Agora Central Europe’s general mission is to support democratic processes with the following objectives: to enhance communication and co-operation between citizens and town halls
Amnesty International is a global movement of more than 3 million supporters, members, and activists in over 150 countries and territories who campaign to end grave abuses of human rights.
AMO is a non-governmental non–profit
Development cooperation and humanitarian aid are an integral part of Caritas’ activities. The programs specialize in the fields of education, health care and prevention, and community development. The aid is brought mainly to the Sub-Saharan Africa region (Uganda, Zambia, Democratic Republic of Congo) and to India.
CASLA’s mission is to share with Latin-American reformers the finest lessons of democratic and economic transformation in post-communist Europe. Our fellows and analysts are on the front-lines of the battle of ideas and the unending defense of human rights.
The CEELI Institute is a non-governmental non-profit organization focused on advancing the rule of law through providing trainings and education for legal professionals and civil society.
The Center for Community Organizing (CCO) is a nonprofit non-governmental organization that provides information and advisory services to representatives from public administration, civic organizations and businesses.
CEVRO was established in 1999 in Prague, Czech Republic as a non-profit organization seeking to support democratic development home and abroad.
Democracy and Culture Studies Centre (CDK) is an independent, non-profit educational and cultural organization founded as a civic association in August 1993 in Brno.
Forum 2000 aims to identify the key issues facing civilisation and to explore ways to prevent the escalation of conflicts that have religion, culture or ethnicity as their primary components.
EUROPEUM is a non-profit, non-partisan and independent institute.
The International Association Civic Belarus was established in 2004 in order to support democratic initiatives and diverse ways of developing civil society and free media in Belarus.
People in Need (PIN) is a Czech organisation that provides relief aid and development assistance while working to defend human rights and democratic freedom.
Transitions is a Prague-based international publishing and media development organization.
TI-CZ has been safeguarding the public interest and working towards an effective and responsible state administration for 18 years.