The network consists of organisations that support citizen initiatives in global solidarity (CIGS) in their country or region. Organisations that provide funding to CIGS. Organisations that organise training or other activities that improve the capacities of CIGS or that assist CIGS in connecting to each other in networks or to lobby for better opportunities and facilities for CIGS. If your organisation is such an organisation and would like to become a member please look here.
The Lithuanian Development Cooperation Platform is an association uniting organizations working in the field of development cooperation from Lithuania. Currently the Lithuanian NGDO Platform has 22 members. The Lithuanian NGDO Platform was established in 2007.
4de Pijlersteunpunt is a platform created by 11.11.11, the umbrella organization of ngo’s and organizations for International solidarity in the Flemish part of Belgium. 4de Pijlersteunpunt provides training, support, coaching and network opportunities to over 900 CIGS.
Consorzio delle Ong Piemontesi (COP) is the Italian platform representing the main 33 CSOs based in the Piedmont Region, operating in International Cooperation and Global Citizenship Education.
The Wilde Ganzen Foundation is a Dutch NGO, founded in 1957 with a mission to reduce poverty and inequality through community-led initiatives. We support community-based organisations in the Global South and their Dutch fundraising partners in joint efforts to achieve a better future because we believe that communities should have control over their own development.
Hub Cymru Africa is a partnership supporting the Wales Africa Community, bringing together the work of the Wales and Africa Health Links Network, the Sub-Saharan Advisory Panel and Fair Trade Wales.
We represent the international solidarity sector in Wales.
CISU – Civil Society in Development is an independent association of 280+ Danish Civil Society Organisations (CSOs). All members are together with partners actively engaged in development work in Asia, Africa, Latin America or Eastern Europe – either as their main engagement or as part of their activities.
Vastenactie strives for a world in which people themselves work on a dignified live and have the opportunities to do so. A world in which people can take care of themselves and their families and wealth is distributed equitably within communities. Sometimes some support is needed. This is what Vastenactie wants to give! Regardless of their religion, their ethnic background, their gender or origin.
The Partnership Fund has existed since 2004. It conducts educational activities promoting the ideas of environmental protection and sustainable development of cities and villages. The fund provides substantive and financial support to local organizations, non-governmental institutions, educational institutions and small, local communities.
As an umbrella organisation, Partin gives citizen initiatives in the Netherlands a voice in discussions about international cooperation and thereby represents their interests.
The European Guild was created in 1967 as a non-profit association. Its main objectives are to promote adventurous spirit, international solidarity and cultural engagement.
The Province of West Flanders (Belgium) believes that our actions and connections make us who we are, which is why we continuously look beyond our borders and adapt our actions in solidarity with others, especially those who are not as fortunate as ourselves.
Small International Development Charity Network (SIDCN) began in 2016 as an online collective on Facebook and has now grown to a community of 1,500 members. SIDCN’s aim is to amplify the voices of small international development charities through building on the sector’s community support approach and further advocacy within the UK.
CLI develops concepts, trainings, and projects to achieve the SDGs in multi-stakeholder partnerships and transformation processes. With offices in Germany, South Africa, USA, and Egypt CLI collaborates with international development cooperation, the public sector, NGOs, corporates, and foundations.
Thanks to contributions from EU staff and many volunteers eu can aid supports small NGOs to carry out micro-development projects producing immediate results and lasting effects.
Fingo is the umbrella organisation of about 280 Finnish civil society organisations (CSOs) and an expert in global development.
In research and education, CAOS focuses on the interaction between cultural diversity and inequality in discussions and discourses and in social practices.