Issue Area: Democratic Participation

180 Movement for Democracy and Education

The 180 Movement for Democracy and Education is dedicated to helping build a campus-based movement for political empowerment and participatory democracy. Through education and organizing we hope to encourage a radical political presence in our schools to transform them and our communities into truly democratic spaces. We oppose corporate control …

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Mission2amase is a Social Enterprise consultancy, training and research organisation. Our mission is to ensure that Social Enterprise is seen as a viable way to make a positive impact on society.2amase offers a range of services to new and existing social enterprises, social entrepreneurs, voluntary and community organisations, umbrella organisations, …

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2V/ACT’s mission is to educate, empower and engage Washington youth in the democratic process to promote youth voice and encourage a lifelong commitment to community.2V/ACT plans and runs many programs and events. We plan one-day youth summits for middle and high school youth complete with workshops, panels, skill-building and fun. …

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9to5 Los Angeles

About 9to5In 1973 a group of office workers in Boston got together to talkabout issues which had no name, sexual harassment, work/familychallenges, and pay equity. From this beginning 9to5 emerged as thenational organization dedicated to putting working women’s issues onthe public agenda. 9to5’s constituents are low-wage women, women intraditionally female …

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A Majority for Justice

A Majority for Justice will focus on democratizing the California electorate by informing, registering, and mobilizing voters of all races and income levels who care about meeting the needs of all Californians. Our initial strategy will be to educate and galvanize high school and college students across the state to …

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A. Philip Randolph Institute APRI

A. Philip Randolph and Bayard Rustin, APRl’s co-founders, the fight for workers’ rights and civil rights were inseparable.Randolph (1889-1979) was the greatest black labor leader in American history and the father of the modern American civil rights movement. Rustin (1912-1987), a leading civil rights and labor activist and strategist, was …

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ABANTU for Development UK

ABANTU’s mission is to empower African people, particularly women, to participate at local, national, regional and international levels in making decisions that affect their lives enabling action for change. ABANTU strives to eradicate the cultural, legal and political obstacles to women attaining economic independence and equality before the law. It …

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Abdorrahman Boroumand Foundation ABF

The Abdorrahman Boroumand Foundation for the promotion of human rights and democracy in Iran (ABF) is a non-governmental non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of human rights and democracy in Iran. The Foundation is an independent organization with no political affiliation.The Foundation is committed to the values enshrined in the …

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