Institute for Southern Studies - The Institute for Southern Studies and its national award-winning journal Southern Exposure have established a national reputation as an essential resource for grassroots activists, community leaders, scholars, policy makers and all individuals and organizations working to bring lasting social and economic change to the South in the U.S.
Integrated Social Development Centre (ISODEC - Ghana) - A non-profit organisation in Ghana committed to the promotion of human rights (especially social and economic rights) and social justice for all, especially those suffering marginalisation, injustice and powerlessness.
Inter-Parliamentary Union - Established in 1889, the Union is the focal point for world-wide parliamentary dialogue and works for peace and co-operation among peoples and for the firm establishment of representative democracy. The IPU supports the efforts of and works in close co-operation with the United Nations, whose objectives it shares. The Union also co-operates with regional inter-parliamentary organizations, as well as with international intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations which are motivated by the same ideals.
InterAction - The largest alliance of U.S.-based international development and humanitarian nongovernmental organizations. With more than 160 members operating in every developing country, works to overcome poverty, exclusion and suffering by advancing social justice and basic dignity for all.
Interhemispheric Resource Center (IRC) - Provides independent, well-researched analysis of U.S. foreign policy, rooted in progressive values, with an emphasis on fostering strategic dialogue among academics, grassroots advocacy organizations, and policymakers.
International Crisis Group (ICG) - An independent, non-profit, multinational organisation, with over 100 staff members on five continents, working through field-based analysis and high-level advocacy to prevent and resolve deadly conflict. Based on information and assessments from the field, ICG produces regular analytical reports containing practical recommendations targeted at key international decision-takers.
International Religious Liberty Association (IRLA) - Defends the civil right of all people to worship or not to worship, to adopt a religion or belief of their choice, to manifest their religious convictions in observance, promulgation, and teaching, subject only to the respect for the equivalent rights of others; supports the right of religious organizations to operate freely in every country by their establishing and owning charitable or educational institutions; organizes local, regional, and national chapters as well as seminars, and congresses.
Institute for Wisconsin's Future (IWF) - Established in 1994 to research key state economic policies and use this information to help citizens fight for policies that maximize every individual's opportunity to achieve educational, economic and personal success.
International Organization for a Participatory Society (IOPS) - Launched in 2012 with the aim of propelling activism for winning a new world. IOPS is structured as a bottom-up, international organization, based on self-managing interconnected national branches and local chapters. IOPS seeks to transcend 20th Century market and centrally planned socialism with a new participatory society - or participatory socialism - that combines classless participatory economy, feminist participatory kinship, intercommunalist participatory culture, and self managing participatory polity.
Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) - Organized by a group of established Irish human rights and community activists, academics and journalists who were deeply concerned with the current situation in the Occupied Territories.
J Steet - Advocates policies that advance shared U.S. and Israeli interests as well as Jewish and democratic values, leading to a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Jamaat-e-Islami (Bangladesh) - The largest and most influential Islamic political party in Bangladesh. Jamaat is basically an ideological party that advocates for greater role of Islam in public life.
Justice for New Americans - A California public benefit corporation formed to educate New Americans in the United States and help them advocate for their basic civil rights.
LAANE - Addressing the challenges of working poverty, inadequate health care and polluted communities
Land Loss Fund - A grassroots, educational and charitable organization seeking to improve the social, educational and economic welfare of the people whose lives are being affected by the continued loss of family owned land especially in rural African-American communities.
Latin America Solidarity Coalition (LASC) - An association of national and local US-based grassroots Latin America and Caribbean solidarity groups, many of which have long histories of working with grassroots organizations throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. LASC's goal is to define common goals and shared strategies for these groups.
Latin America Working Group (LAWG) - A coalition of over sixty religious, human rights, policy, grassroots and development organizations striving for U.S. policies that promote peace, justice and sustainable development in the region.
Left Forum - Each spring Left Forum convenes the largest gathering in North America of the US and international Left. Continuing a tradition begun in the 1960s, it brings together intellectuals and organizers to share new perspectives, strategies, experience and vision. Also see Videos from Past Left Forum Conferences.
Leftist Parties of the World - Contains the entire spectrum of political parties, organizations and groups which consider themselves to be leftist or have origins in leftist movements. You will find democratic socialists and reform communists as well as social democratic and green parties, traditional communists, marxists-leninists of stalinist or maoist persuasions, the tendencies of trotskyism, left communists, guerrilla organizations, leftist movements struggling for national or ethnic liberation or for regional autonomy, the different currents of anarchism, alliances with leftist participation and parties outside of these categories.
Lobbyist Database - Lobbyists have to file semi-annual reports with the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House identifying their clients, the lobbyists working for each client, and the amount of income they receive. Companies have to report their overall lobbying expenditures and the names of any lobbyists employed as part of an in-house lobbying effort. Data are periodically updated to reflect late filings and amendments. Opensecrets.org provides this lobbyist information on this page.
Meretz USA - A democratic peace seeking party, in which Arabs and Jews work together. Beyond the the Arab-Israeli dispute, Meretz strives for public discourse regarding social issues - environment preservation, education, unemployment, civil equality etc.
Middle East Children's Alliance (MECA) - A non-governmental organization, working for peace and justice in the Middle East; focusing on Palestine, Israel, Lebanon and Iraq. MECA believes in insuring the human rights of all people in the region, especially focusing on the rights of children.
Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) - Zimbabwe opposition political party. MDC has a srtrong foundation in the labour movement, but it is also backed by business, church and women's organisations as well as student leaders, human rights and civic groups, and representatives of the impoverished rural population.
MoveOn - When there is a disconnect between broad public opinion and legislative action, MoveOn builds electronic advocacy groups. Examples of such issues are campaign finance, environmental and energy issues, impeachment, gun safety, and nuclear disarmament.
Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) - A public service agency working for the civil rights of American Muslims, for the integration of Islam into American pluralism, and for a positive, constructive relationship between American Muslims and their representatives.
National Academies - Provides advice on scientific issues that frequently pervade policy decisions. Comprises the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, the Institute of Medicine, and the National Research Council.
National Alliance for Positive Action - A non-profit multi-ethnic public issues advocacy corporation that promotes economic and social change through legal and peaceful means. It encourages governmental and corporate policy makers to promote social justice and economic fairness. Public advocacy initiatives include: Improved police-minority community relations, corporate diversity, media diversity, hate crime violence, gender discrimination, urban toxic hazards, public education deterioration, criminal justice system reform, urban investment, and "at risk" youth leadership development, urban murder violence reduction, urban policy analysis, and public issues campaigns.
National Council of Churches (NCC) - A leading organization in the movement for Christian ecumenical cooperation in the U.S. The NCC's 36 Protestant, Anglican and Orthodox member communions and denominations include more than 50 million persons in 140,000 local congregations in communities across the U.S.
National Council of La Raza (NCLR) - Headquartered in Washington, D.C. Works to reduce poverty and discrimination, and improve life opportunities, for Hispanic Americans. Through its network of nearly 300 affiliated community-based organizations, NCLR reaches millions of Hispanics each year in 41 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. To achieve its mission, NCLR conducts applied research, policy analysis, and advocacy, providing a Latino perspective in five key areas - assets/investments, civil rights/immigration, education, employment and economic status, and health.
National Lawyers Guild - A national non-proﬁt legal and political organization of lawyers, legal workers, law students and jailhouse lawyers. Represents progressive political movements, using the law to protect human rights above property interests and to attain social justice.
National Security Whistleblowers Coalition (NSWBC) - An independent and nonpartisan alliance of whistleblowers who have come forward to address our nation's security weaknesses; to inform authorities of security vulnerabilities in our intelligence agencies, at nuclear power plants and weapon facilities, in airports, and at our nation's borders and ports; to uncover government waste, fraud, abuse, and in some cases criminal conduct.
NETWORK - A national Catholic social justice lobby that educates, lobbies and organizes to influence the formation of federal legislation to promote economic and social justice.
Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala (NISGUA) - Supports the social movement in Guatemala for a democratic, multiethnic and multicultural society, based on socioeconomic justice and full respect for human rights and freedom of expression and works to educate and empower U.S. citizens in their efforts to influence U.S. policy towards Guatemala in support of the these goals.
New America Foundation - A nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy institute "that invests in new thinkers and new ideas to address the next generation of challenges facing the United States." Launched in 1999, the foundation was guided through a period of rapid growth by founding president Ted Halstead. The institute is now led by President Steve Coll and an outstanding Board of Directors, chaired by Eric Schmidt. New America is headquartered in Washington D.C. and also has a significant presence in California, the nation's largest laboratory of democracy.
New Democratic Network (NDN) - An American think tank that promotes 'progressive' Democratic candidates, especially those in a more centrist vein.
New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) - New York State's largest student-directed research and advocacy organization. Its principal areas of concern are environmental protection, consumer rights, higher education, government reform, voter registration, mass transit and public health.
NicaNet (Nicaragua Network) - A leading organization in the United States committed to social and economic justice for the people of Nicaragua.
Oath Keepers - A non-partisan association of current and formerly serving military, police, and first responders who pledge to fulfill the oath all military and police take to "defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic." That oath, mandated by Article VI of the Constitution itself, is to the Constitution, not to the politicians, and Oath Keepers declare that they will not obey unconstitutional orders, such as orders to disarm the American people, to conduct warrantless searches, or to detain Americans as "enemy combatants" in violation of their ancient right to jury trial.
OMB Watch - Lifting the veil of secrecy shrouding the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB), which oversees regulation, the budget, information collection and dissemination, proposed legislation, testimony by agencies, and more.
Open Society Institute (OSI) - A private operating and grantmaking foundation that seeks to promote the development and maintenance of open societies around the world by supporting a range of programs in the areas of educational, social, and legal reform, and by encouraging alternative approaches to complex and often controversial issues.
Organizing for Action - Founded after President Obama's re-election, the group seeks to mobilize supporters in favor of Obama's legislative priorities.
Overseas Young Chinese Forum (OYCF) - Established for overseas young Chinese to exchange their views on social, economic, political and cultural issues concerning China and to develop common aspirations through regular discussions.
Pacific Council on International Policy - Facilitates an ongoing dialogue among leaders from business, government, the media, labor, non-governmental organizations, education, law, and science and technology to exchange ideas and develop policy recommendations on economic, social and political issues with important regional and international implications.
Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK) - A Greek centre-left political party. In 1981 PASOK formed the first socialist government in Greece's history, and subsequently ruled the country for most of the 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s. It is a member of the Party of European Socialists and the Socialist International. In the European Parliament it has 8 out of 24 Greek MEPs. The current president of PASOK is George Papandreou, who is also president of the Socialist International and was Prime Minister of Greece between 2009 and 2011.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (Pakistan Movement for Justice) - A political party in Pakistan. PTI is headed by Cricket legend Imran Khan."Justice, Humanity and Self Esteem" is the slogan of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf. Imran Khan, the chairman of the party is also the Chancellor of the University of Bradford, England. He has a BA in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics and is a Master of Arts of the University of Oxford. He has recently put forward a solution for Pakistan's issues related to its system. His solution has three points: 1) Independent Election Commission, 2) Independent Judiciary, 3) Independent Accountability Bureau.
Palestine Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) - An independent legal body based in Gaza City dedicated to protecting human rights, promoting the rule of law, and upholding democratic principles in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. It holds Special Consultative Status with the Economic, Social, and Cultural Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations and is an affiliate of the International Commission of Jurists, the Federation Internationale des Ligues des Droits de l'Homme (FIDH), and the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network.
Partnership for Civil Justice Fund (PCJF) - A public interest legal organization dedicated to the defense of human and civil rights secured by law, the protection of free speech and dissent, and the elimination of prejudice and discrimination. Among the PCJF cases are constitutional law, civil rights, women's rights, economic justice matters and Freedom of Information Act cases. Founded by Carl Messineo and Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, who the Washington Post has called "the constitutional sheriffs for a new protest generation," the PCJF's work includes landmark constitutional rights litigation, often concentrated in the areas of free speech, assembly or other protected political organizing activity. The PCJF's litigation program works alongside an equally important programmatic emphasis on education and outreach.
Partnership for Public Service - From providing professional development for mid-level managers to offering leadership training for high-level employees, the Partnership fosters good federal management and leadership skills through seminars, programs and webinars designed for current and aspiring leaders.
PeaceActionWest - Works to reduce the threat posed by nuclear weapons, end US arms sales to human rights-abusing governments, cut excessive military spending, and promote international cooperation.
Pension Rights Center - Consumer organization dedicated solely to protecting and promoting the pension rights of American workers, retirees and their families.
People for the American Way - Organizes and mobilizes Americans to fight for fairness, justice, civil rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution.
Platypus Affiliated Society - Organizes reading groups, public fora, research and journalism focused on problems and tasks inherited from the "Old" (1920s-30s), "New" (1960s-70s) and post-political (1980s-90s) Left for the possibilities of emancipatory politics today.
Preservation Institute, The - Believes modernization damages the social environment - that many of our social problems are side-effects of modernization and economic growth.
Privacy International (PI) - A human rights group formed as a watchdog on surveillance by governments and corporations. PI is based in London, England, and has an office in Washington, D.C. PI has conducted campaigns throughout the world on issues ranging from wiretapping and national security activities, to ID cards, video surveillance, data matching, police information systems, and medical privacy.
Progressive Democrats of America (PDA) - Working with activists to organize progressive caucuses within the Democratic Party to support civil and labor rights, real environmental protection, women's rights, the rights of the poor, consumer rights, and the right to live life in peace, free from racism, discrimination and institutional domination.
Progressives United - Formed to demand democratic reforms to our election system, support candidates who want corporations out of the electoral process, and call out the media when they hide the real story.
Project for the New American Century - Conservative organization advocating U.S. global leadership through issue briefs, research papers, advocacy journalism, conferences, and seminars. Directed by William Kristol, Robert Kagan, and Bruce Jackson.
Project on Government Oversight (POGO) - A multi-issue organization with an expertise for working with inside sources and whistleblowers to provide irrefutable evidence of U.S. government waste, fraud or abuse.
Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC) - Founded in 2009 by Adam Green, a former MoveOn online organizer and Democratic party communications worker, and Stephanie Taylor, former MoveOn and SEIU organizer, the PCCC endorses progressive candidates, helps them run effective campaigns, raises money for them through grassroots donations, and gives volunteers the opportunity to help these campaigns succeed.
Progressive Labor Party (PLP) - Revolutionary communist progressive labor party fights for internationalism and an egalitarian communist society based upon Marxist-Leninist principles.
Rainbow PUSH Coalition - Progressive organization fighting for social change. Founded by Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.
Refuse and Resist - Formed by artists, lawyers, activists and others who saw an alarming trend in the U.S. toward greater state control and repression. Builds and encourages many forces of resistance: speaking out in schools, communities and in the media; organizing forums and meetings; demonstrating in the streets; creating and performing cultural works; and contributing financially.
Reset-Dialogues On Civilizations (Reset-DoC) - An Italian non-profit Association (since 2004), based in Rome. It promotes dialogue and intercultural understanding through public meetings both nationally, in Italy and at an international level, through publications and press work dedicated to more profound knowledge as well as the translation of notions and concepts from one into the other universe of understanding, from one into another culture - particularly between 'East' and 'West' in matters of culture, religion and politics.
Resist - A group of Vancouver-based activists working to provide communications and technical services, information and education to the greater activist community. The Resist! Collective (Resist!) and resist.ca project grew out of the old Vancouver TAO collective.
Richmond Progressive Alliance (RPA) - Members and supporters are active on city commissions, neighborhood councils, and community organizations in Richmond, California. Promote programs to reduce crime. mobilize for immigrant rights, opposing ICE raids and police checkpoints that target immigrant communities. Support Richmond's teachers and students in the struggle for quality education and youth organizations. Active in coalitions for climate justice and reduction of greenhouse gases and other toxins.
Rosa Luxemburg Foundation - Founded in Berlin. A provider of political education, a discussion forum for critical thinking and political alternatives, and a centre for progressive social thinking and research both in Germany and throughout the world. The Rosa Luxemburg Foundation is actively involved in political education throughout the Federal Republic of Germany. It considers itself part of the political movement for democratic socialism.
Ruckus Society - Provides environmental, human rights, and social justice organizers with the tools, training, and support needed to achieve their goals. Based in Oakland, California.
San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace - A non-profit organization concerned with the local dangers involving the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant, and with the dangers of nuclear power, weapons and waste on national and global levels.
Sankofa - A social justice organization founded by Harry Belafonte that enlists the support of artists and influential individuals in collaboration with grassroots partners to elevate the voices of the disenfranchised and promote justice, peace, and equality.
School of the Americas Watch (SOA Watch) - An independent organization that seeks to close the US Army School of the Americas, under whatever name it is called, through vigils and fasts, demonstrations and nonviolent protest, as well as media and legislative work.
Sem Terra Movement (MST)/Landless Workers Movement - The Brazilian Landless Workers Movement is the largest social movement in Latin America and one of the most successful grassroots movements in the world. Hundreds of thousands of landless peasants have taken onto themselves the task of carrying out a long-overdue land reform in a country mired by an overly skewed land distribution pattern.
Sinn Fein - Sinn Fein is an Irish Republican party. It seeks to end British rule in Ireland, national self-determination, the unity and independence of Ireland as a sovereign state.
Socialist Alliance - Opposition to the profit-driven economic rationalist agenda of social austerity, privatisation and deregulation. Advocates empowering communities and redistributing the wealth of society to create jobs, expand public services, and improve welfare and services.
Socialist Equality Party Australia - The Australian section of the International Committee of the Fourth International (ICFI), the world party of socialist revolution. The Fourth International was established by Leon Trotsky, the co-leader with Lenin of the Russian revolution, in 1938 to continue the fight for internationalism against the nationalist program advanced by Stalin and his bureaucratic apparatus in the Soviet Union. The ICFI publishes the World Socialist Web Site.
Socialist Labor Party of America - SLP's goal is a classless society based on collective ownership and control of the industries and social services to be administered in the interests of all society through a Socialist Industrial Union government composed of democratically elected representatives from all industries and services with production carried on for use instead of profit.
Socialist Party UK - Campaigns as part of working class communities against all attacks by government and big business - from the privatisation of the NHS to the destruction of the environment.
Socialist Party USA - The Socialist Party USA believes the problems facing America and the world (environmental despoliation, the systematic waste of public resources for private profit, persistent unemployment concentrated among women and racial minorities, the maldistribution of wealth, power, and income) are not aberrations of the capitalist system, but the capitalist system itself.
South Carolina Progressive Network - A broad-based coalition of advocacy groups and individual activists from across the state who have joined forces to promote social and economic change in South Carolina.
Stand Up! Chicago - A coalition of community and labor organizations and working families standing up together to demand good jobs and a strong investment in our community's schools and neighborhoods. Committed to defending Chicago families against the wealthy banks and corporations that have taken our tax dollars through tax breaks, bailouts, and corporate welfare payments.
State PIRGs Working Together - State Public Interest and Research Groups (PIRGs) working together nationally to share ideas and resources and cooperate on regional and national public policy issues.
Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) - A diverse group of students, faculty, staff, and community members at the University of California, Berkeley, organized on democratic principles to promote justice, human rights, liberation, and self-determination for the Palestinian people.
Sweatshop Watch - Coalition of labor, community, civil rights, immigrant rights, women's and religious organizations, and individuals committed to eliminating sweatshop conditions in the garment industry.
TransAfrica Forum - A non-profit organization dedicated to educating the general public - particularly African Americans - on the economic, political and moral ramifications of U.S. foreign policy as it affects Africa and the Diaspora in the Caribbean and Latin America.
Transformative Studies Institute (TSI) - The Institute is concerned with issues of social justice and related activism, and its aim is to provide a working model of theory in action, through shared research, governance, and operation of the center. As such, the institute provides a working laboratory for evolutionary socioeconomic forms of organization.
Transnational Institute (TNI) - An international network of activist-scholars concerned to analyse and find viable solutions to such global problems as: militarism and conflict, poverty and marginalisation, social injustice, and environmental degradation.
Trilateral Commission - Formed in 1973 by private citizens of Japan, Europe (European Union countries), and North America (United States and Canada) to foster closer cooperation among these core industrialized areas of the world with shared leadership responsibilities in the wider international system. Originally established for three years, its work has been renewed for successive triennia (three-year periods), most recently for a triennium to be completed in 2012. See Membership. Also see Wikipedia article.
U.S. Conference of Mayors - Official nonpartisan organization of cities with populations of 30,000 or more. There are about 1,100 such cities in the U.S. Each city is represented in the Conference by its mayor.
Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) - An international, nonviolent, and democratic membership organisation. Its members are indigenous peoples, minorities, and unrecognised or occupied territories who have joined together to protect and promote their human and cultural rights, to preserve their environments, and to find nonviolent solutions to conflicts which affect them.
USAction - A national coalition of social action organizations.
Urban Institute - Gathers data, conducts research, evaluates programs, offers technical assistance overseas, and educates Americans on social and economic issues - to foster sound public policy and effective government.
Wellstone Action - A non-profit organization dedicated to continuing Paul and Sheila Wellstone's fight for economic justice and progressive social change.
Witness For Peace - Working for human rights, peace, justice, and sustainable economies through socially responsible travel, personal experience, popular education, and grassroots activism.
WMD Awareness Programme - Created to remove confusion about WMD by bringing honesty, transparency and accountability into this field. The web site shows what a weapon of mass destruction is, who has them, where they are, and what their effects are. Calls for a full inventory of WMD to be created by the UN and for all WMD sites to be placed under UN guardianship.
Womankind - UK charity dedicated to women's development and women's human rights globally.
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) - Works to achieve through peaceful means world disarmament, full rights for women, racial and economic justice, an end to all forms of violence, and to establish those political, social, and psychological conditions which can assure peace, freedom, and justice for all.
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Working Families (WF) - Runs campaigns to raise standards for working families. Since its founding, WF has won minimum wage increases and passed paid sick days laws in states and cities; fought off school privatization schemes; raised taxes on the rich to fund hospitals and schools; created tens of thousands of green jobs and passed the nation's most innovative plans to tackle student debt.
Working Families Party (WFP) - A grassroots, community and labor based political party with chapters throughout New York State. The goal of the Working Families Party is to inject the issues of working-class, middle-class, and poor people - like jobs, health care, education, and housing - into the public debate, and hold candidates and elected officials accountable on those issues.
World Federalist Association - A non-profit educational and advocacy organization advancing effective global solutions to global problems through a federal system of democratic global governance.
World Forum of Alternatives (WFA) - An international network of research centres and militant intellectuals from the South and the North. Created in 1997 it aims at supporting the convergence process of the social movements, as well as to the development alternatives that are democratic, pluralistic and sustainable, as opposed to neoliberal globalization and all the various forms of discrimination and domination.
World Policy Institute - Identifies critical emerging global issues in an interdependent world and gives voice to compelling new global perspectives and innovative policy solutions. Its World Policy Journal provides a forum for solution-focused, accessible policy analysis and public debate.
World Political Forum (WPF) - The WPF was the original idea of the Mikhail Gorbachev. The Forum's aim is to create a permanent structure for international political and cultural debate regarding the 21st century's problems, dedicating particular attention to the inextricable geopolitical and economic interdependence between the different areas of the planet.
Zanu (PF) - The political party ruling Zimbabwe since its attainment of political independence on April 18, 1980.
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