Social Watch is an international network of citizens’ organizations in the struggle to eradicate poverty and the causes of poverty, to end all forms of discrimination and racism, to ensure an equitable distribution of wealth and the realization of human rights. We are committed to peace, social, economic, environment and gender justice, and we emphasize the right of all people not to be poor.
The Reflection Group on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
A joint initiative by Social Watch, Third World Network, Global
Policy Forum, Arab NGO Network for Development, Development Alternatives with
Women for a New Era, Society for International Development, Public Services
International and the Center for Economic and Social Rights. The Civil Society
Reflection Group was proposed to enhance concerted action in the 2030 process,
it concentrates on inequalities, sustainable production and consumption, means
of implementation and systemic issues, the resolution of which are necessary
conditions for implementing the 2030 Agenda.
Civil society organisations Partnership for Development Effectiveness, a platform that unites civil society organisations from around the world on the issue of effective development cooperation. CPDE works in 117 countries, and our members come from seven regions and eight major sectors: faith-based, feminist, indigenous peoples, international CSOs, labour, migrants, rural, and youth. Together, we strive for a more effective development, the kind that truly responds to poverty and inequality.
CIVICUS is a global alliance of civil society organisations and
activists dedicated to strengthening citizen action and civil society
throughout the world. Civicus was established in 1993 and since 2002 have been
headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa, with additional hubs across the
globe. Civicus is a membership alliance with more than 9,000 members in more
than 175 countries.
The International Network for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ESCR-Net) connects over 270 NGOs, social movements and advocates across more than 70 countries to build a global movement to make human rights and social justice a reality for all.
The ETO Consortium
The ETO Consortium is a network of some 80 human rights related CSOs and academics. ETO is short for extraterritorial obligations, the human rights obligations of states towards persons outside their territories. These obligations have so far been underused, even though they are crucial for addressing the challenges of globalization.
Our World is Not For Sale
Affinity Group of National Associations (AGNA)
Affinity groups are groupings of CIVICUS members that exist to take forward CIVICUS’ mission and values. The Affinity Group of National Associations (AGNA) brings together national associations from around the world to foster greater co-operation across national and regional boundaries and to increase their ability to collaborate on mutual areas of interest.
Better Aid Network
CIVICUS People’s Alliance
|World Alliance for Citizen Participation is an international alliance established in 1993 to nurture the foundation, growth and protection of citizen action throughout the world, especially in areas where participatory democracy and citizens' freedom of association are threatened.|
Global Call to Action Against Poverty
The Global Call to Action Against Poverty (GCAP) is a growing alliance that brings together trade unions, INGOs, the women’s and youth movements, community and faith groups and others to call for action from world leaders in the global North and South to meet their promises to end poverty and inequality.
EuroMed Non-Governmental Platform
Adopted in Limassol (Cyprus) on 25 and 26 June 2004, the present Charter constitutes the common basis for the members of the Euromed Non-Governmental Platform initiated in December 2002. It recalls the values on which we build our cooperation, objectives of common actions and working principles.
Asia Pacific Research Network
The Asia Pacific Research Network (APRN) was established in 1998 as a result of networking including a number of conferences in 1997, where the objective to channel and focus the efforts of NGO research towards supporting the need for information, education and advocacy of grassroots organizations was recognized by a number of key Asian research organizations or non-government organizations with established research departments.