We are in this together, don’t violate human rights while responding to COVID-19

As governments are undertaking extraordinary measures to curb the spread of COVID-19, we recognise and commend the efforts states are making to manage the well-being of their populations and protect human rights, such as the rights to life and health. However, we urge states to implement these measures in the context of the rule of law: all responses to COVID-19 must be evidence-based, legal, necessary to protect public health, non-discriminatory, time-bound and proportionate.

All responses to COVID-19 must be deeply rooted in these cross-cutting principles: respect of human dignity, independence and autonomy of the person, non-discrimination and equality, and respect of diversities and inclusion. Any response must comply with international standards on emergency legislation and respect human rights and the rule of law. Extraordinary measures are legitimate only under exceptional circumstances, such as when there is an immediate threat to public health. These measures should be used in a necessary and proportionate manner and should be aligned to international human rights law.

To date, there are over two million confirmed cases of COVID-19 around the world. The next few weeks are crucial as measures put in place by states will determine the course of the pandemic. Resources will come under severe strain and there may be more shortages of personnel and protective equipment which will put countries under immense pressure. More cases may be reported which will lead to stricter measures being implemented by some states. Despite the challenges faced by governments across the globe, responses to the pandemic should not be used as a pretext to restrict civic space.

We are particularly concerned by states that are abusing emergency powers to place restrictions on fundamental rights, including freedom of expression and the right to access information. Across the globe, journalists, human rights defenders and other independent voices are threatened and punished for speaking out about the extent of the pandemic in their countries, or the measures adopted in response to COVID-19. These countries include Tajikistan, Niger, Egypt, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, El Salvador, Bangladesh and China. Other governments are adopting legislative measures to curtail fundamental freedoms, such as in Hungary, Armenia, Azerbaijan, and the Philippines. Some states are abusing their powers to suppress peaceful assemblies, including in Hong Kong.

Governments including India, Myanmar, and Bangladesh, have enforced internet restrictions and shutdowns which prevent many people from accessing vital information about how to protect themselves against the virus. These restrictions also negatively affect the growing number of people who are working remotely so that they can practice physical separation.

Access to information is critical in efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19. Governments must proactively share key information about the pandemic as soon as it is available, such as important decisions, the number of cases, availability of equipment and supplies, and clear advice. Information should be widely available to everyone, not just selected government officials or other intermediaries, as is the case in Uzbekistan. This ensures that individuals, communities and health workers can react quickly and responsibly to new information.

Migrants in detention centers, for example in Mexico and Greece, are living in dire conditions without access to adequate hygiene facilities. It is also impossible for them to practice physical distancing due to overcrowding. All asylum seekers who arrived in Greece since 1 March 2020 have been denied access to asylum. We commend states such as Portugal which have temporarily lifted restrictions on asylum seekers with pending applications. This ensures they have access to healthcare and social security in line with the rest of the population.

Women and children who experience or are at risk of domestic violence may be forced to remain in dangerous situations with an abusive partner or relative. At the same time, access to places of safety and support services may be reduced as shelters are impacted by public health measures and criminal justice resources are diverted.

We are concerned by governments confining persons with disabilities within institutions in several countries including France. This contravenes the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and it places persons with disabilities at an increased risk of contracting COVID-19.

We are concerned by governments that have imposed restrictions leading to human rights violations against LGBT+ persons, including in Peru, Uganda, and Colombia. Governments need to ensure that their policies are inclusive and that all public officials are trained on LGBT+ rights.

Several countries have released prisoners as part of their response to curb the spread of the pandemic. These actions are commendable as congested detention facilities and prisons are high risk areas. We urge countries including Egypt, Bahrain, Kuwait, Iran, Israel, Libya, Morocco, Syria, Turkey, India, and the UAE to include human rights defenders, peaceful protesters and prisoners of conscience among those being released.

We are further concerned by the growing practice of monitoring and closely controlling people’s movements, even at the cost of their privacy. Efforts to contain the virus must not be used to expand systems of invasive digital surveillance. Israel and Taiwan are notable examples of how technological surveillance is being used in this context, and how disproportionate the impact of such measures may be when they are not strictly defined and limited.

The unprecedented challenges presented by COVID-19 present an opportunity for states and civil society organisations to work together to defeat the virus.

We urge states to be transparent and accountable: this will ensure that any measures adopted to prevent the spread of COVID-19 will be effective. Specifically, we urge states to:

    1. Ensure all measures adopted in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic fully comply with states’ international human rights obligations, and that any associated restrictions on human rights are necessary, proportionate, inclusive and time-limited. Also maintain regular contact with civil society to ensure that new measures are in line with international standards.
    2. Ensure that COVID-19 is not used as a pretext for imposing unjustified restrictions on civil society; it must not be used to target human rights defenders and journalists, and to facilitate authoritarian power grabs.
    3. Ensure the pandemic is not used as an excuse to impose forced returns or refoulement in violation of international human rights law; or as a pretext to suspend or derogate from the fundamental right to seek asylum.
    4. Ensure that the independent judiciary, and not other branches of government, decides on any measures limiting the access and operation of courts. Allow independent courts to evaluate any unlawful imposition or unjustified extension of emergency measures, or the unlawful curtailment of the rule of law.
    5. Ensure that judiciaries and other relevant state authorities give particular consideration to urgent cases, where delay is most likely to cause irreparable harm, or where protective measures are required. This refers to: migrants (including asylum-seekers and refugees as well as internal migrants), women and children, LGBT+ communities, older persons, persons with disabilities, religious minorities and other vulnerable groups.
    6. Release detainees; immediately and unconditionally release all human rights defenders and prisoners of conscience. This will ease pressure on the prison system and reduce the chance of the prison population, and the population more broadly, of contracting COVID-19.
    7. Pay special attention to traditionally marginalised or vulnerable groups and ensure access to appropriate support, resources and protection mechanisms. Be aware of any issues relating to stigmatisation, exclusion, violence, hatred, labelling and the targeting of victims of COVID-19.
    8. Ensure that no one is left behind in the national policies and strategies to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Make sure policies are inclusive and effectively protect against discrimination on any ground. Consider persons with a disability and make sure all information is delivered in accessible formats.
    9. Apply a gender perspective in all policies relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.
    10. Maintain reliable and unfettered access to the internet so that all have the right to access and share information. End all unjustified interference with internet connectivity.
    11. Protect the role of independent media outlets and public interest journalism. Ensure that measures to contain the virus, as well as the fight against disinformation, are not used as a pretext to muzzle the media or regulate media freedoms.
    12. Ensure any use of surveillance to track the spread of coronavirus is limited in purpose and time and abides by human rights safeguards. States should adhere to the rights of free expression, privacy, non-discrimination, confidentiality and protection of journalist sources.

Endorsed by

 

1. 11.11.11
2. A Common Future
3. A K M Zakir Hossain
4. A.C Consorcio Desarrollo y Justicia
5. Abraham's Children Foundation
6. Acat Congo
7. Accountability Lab
8. ACPDH
9. ACS a division of yobibs-a integrated services Limited
10. Action by Christians for the  Abolition  of Torture
11. ACTION D'URGENCE POUR TOUTE DÉTRESSE AUTDasbl
12. Action for Humanity and Social Progress
13. Action for Peoples Voive
14. Action pour la Lutte Contre l'Injustice Sociale
15. Action pour le Developpement
16. Action Sociale et d'Organisation paysanne
17. Actions des Femmes Engages pour le Developpement Integral
18. Active Youth Agancy
19. Adolescent Reproductive Health and Rights Initiative
20. Adolescents Initiatives Support Organization
21. Adopt A Goal for Development Initiative
22. Afasda
23. AFeJE ONG
24. Afghans Coordination Against Corruption - AFCAC
25. African Center for Solidarity and mutual Aid between the Communities - CASEC | ACSAC
26. African Centre for Democracy and Human Rights Studies (ACDHRS)
27. AFRICAN FOUNDATION FOR ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT - AFED
28. African Girls Empowerment Network
29. African Observatory of Civic Freedoms and Fundamental Rights OCFFR-AFRICA
30. African Youth for Development commission  AYDEC
31. African Youth Union Commission
32. Afrihealth Optonet Association
33. AfroLeadership
34. Agape movement
35. Agents of Communication and Development
36. Aid Organization
37. AJPD-RDC
38. AJSA -Anchalik Jana Seva Anusthan
39. Akhand
40. Al Mezan Centre for Human Rights
41. Albino Trust of Zimbabwe
42. alcondoms cameroun
43. Al-Haq, Law in the Service of Man
44. Alliance for Better Life Association
45. Alliance Sud - Swiss Network of Development Organizations
46. ALQST for Human Rights
47. AL-Shafaa Organisation
48. Alternativas y Capacidades, A.C
49. Amaka Chiwuike-Uba Foundation- ACUF
50. Amazon Theatrix Ensemble
51. Americans for Democracy and Human Rights in Bahrain
52. Amis des Etrangers au Togo
53. Amis Progressistes du Sud
54. Amnesty International
55. Amoclimwec
56. Anasabdul enterprises
57. ANDDH
58. Angaza Youth Empowerment Group
59. AOSED-An Organization for Socio-Economic Development
60. APPUI SOLIDAIRE POUR LE RENFORCEMENT DE L AIDE AU DEVELOPPEMENT
61. ARBO A.C.
62. Arcfrancis Foundation
63. Architect Rajendra Kumar
64. Arise and Shine Uganda
65. Ark Wellness Hub Uganda
66. Art Starts
67. ArtLords
68. Asia Pacific Forum on Families Ine.
69. Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA)
70. Asian Legal Resource Centre (ALRC)
71. Asm Gafsa
72. Aspilos Foundation
73. ASSOCIATION ACTION VITALE SANS FRONTIERE
74. Association Aide aux Femmes et Enfants
75. Association Avenir Nepad Congo
76. Association des Amis de la Nature
77. Association for Advocacy and Legal Initiatives Trust
78. Association for Advocacy and Legal Initiatives Trust
79. Association for Dalit Women's Advancement of Nepal
80. Association for Farmers Rights Defense, AFRD
81. Association for Human Rights in Ethiopia
82. Association For Promotion Sustainable Development
83. Association for the Podlasie Land DRUMLA
84. Association Jeunesse pour la paix et la Non violence
85. Association Nationale des Usagers de la Psychiatrie et leurs Familles  "ANUPF asbl"
86. Association of citizens PLANT
87. Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons
88. Association of Uganda School Leaving Youth-AUSLEY
89. Association Paix et Environnement
90. Association pour l'Integration et le Developpement Durable au Burundi, AIDB in acronym
91. ASSOCIATION WELFARE
92. Avenir Jeune de l'Ouest
93. Awareness programme for covid19
94. AwazCDS-Pakistan
95. Balanced Stewardship Development Association
96. Bangladesh Institute of Human Rights
97. Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication
98. Banjul Youths in Community Services
99. Banlieues Du Monde Mauritanie
100. Bareedo Platform
101. Bauchi Human Rights Network
102. Belgium Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel
103. Bella  Foundation for Child and Maternal Care
104. Benenfance Congo
105. Bicosito Bangladesh Foundation
106. Bina Foundation
107. Biofish
108. BONABO UNITED
109. BOOKMYSCHOOL
110. Brain Builders International
111. Bridge Initiative Organisation
112. Bua Urban Youth Network
113. BUDDHA OUTCAST SOCIAL SOCIETY
114. Building Blocks for Peace Foundation
115. Bunjakko Modern Farm Limited
116. Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
117. Bytes For All, Pakistan
118. Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS)
119. Cameroon Women's Peace Movement.
120. Campaign Against Ignorance and  Illiteracy
121. Campaign for Human Rights and Social Transformation Nepal
122. Carbone Guinea 
123. CareMe E-clinic
124. Caribbean ASEAN Council
125. CASM
126. Catch Dem young
127. CDIA PARAGUAY
128. CEDECO ASBL
129. CEDESO
130. Center for Children's Happiness
131. Center for Civil Liberties (Ukraine)
132. Center for civil society development PROTECTA
133. Center for Deliberative Forums
134. Center for Law and Policy Affairs -CLPA
135. Center for Peace and Development Africa
136. Center for Reproductive Rights
137. Centre d'Actions pour la Securitas Alimentaire et le Developpement Durable
138. CENTRE DE RECHERCHE SUR L'ANTI-CORRUPTION
139. Centre d'Encadrement et d'Appui en Faveur des Personnes Démunies
140. Centre d'Initiatives et d'Actions pour le Developpement durable au Burundi
141. Centre for Civil and Political Rights
142. Centre for Community Regeneration and Development
143. Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa
144. Centre for Human Rights and Social Advancement CEFSAN
145. Centre for inclusion and Empowerment
146. Centre for Political Studies Universitas Indonesia
147. Centre for Skills and Innovation
148. Centre for Social Policy Develoment
149. Centre for the Sustainable use of Natural and Social Resources
150. Centre Oecuménique pour la Promotion du Monde Rural 
151. Centre Stage Media Arts Foundation Zimbabwe
152. Centro de Estudios y Apoyo al Desarrollo Local
153. Centro de Estudios y apoyo Al desarrollo Local
154. Centro de Investigación y Promoción de los Derechos Humanos (CIPRODEH)
155. Centro Transdisciplinario para el Humanismo Econamico, A.C.
156. Cepad
157. Cerathais-Liberia
158. CESPHA
159. Chambre Transversale des Jeunes ntrepreneurs du Burundi
160. Childcare Community
161. Children and Youth for Peace Agency Sierra Leone  - CYPA SL
162. CISU - Civil Society in Development
163. Civic and Legal Aid Organization CILAO
164. Civic Assistance Committee 
165. CIVICUS World Alliance for Citizen Participation 
166. Civil Rights Defenders (CRD)
167. Civil Society Institute - Armenia
168. Claudio Daniel Boada Unión de Usuarios y Consumidores
169. Coalition Des Volontaires Pour La Paix ET Le Developpement, Cvpd Asbl
170. Coalition of youth organizations SEGA
171. CODDHU
172. Collectif des Avocats des Victimes des Crimes de Droits International Commis au Burundi-CAVIB
173. Committee for Justice (CFJ)
174. Committee for Legal Aid to Poor CLAP
175. Committee on the Administration of Justice (Northern Ireland)
176. Committee to Protect Journalists
177. Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative
178. Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI)
179. Commonwealth Lawyers Association
180. Commonwealth Magistrates' and Judges' Association 
181. Commonwealth Society of Nigeria
182. Community Alliance for Human Settlements in Zimbabwe
183. Community Healthcare Initiative
184. Community LEAD
185. Community LIFE  REORIENTATION DEVELOPMENT
186. Community Transformation Foundation Network-COTFONE
187. Community Youth Network Program CYNP
188. Comrade Deji Adeyanju, Concerned Nigerians Group
189. Comunidad de Organizaciones Solidarias
190. Conectas Direitos Humanos
191. Connecting Gender for development
192. Consortium of Ethiopian Human Rights Organizations
193. Cooperation for Peace and Development
194. Corner Stone Salvation.org
195. COSAD BENIN
196. CSYM HUDUMA CHRISTIAN SPIRITUAL YOUTH MINIẞTRY
197. Cultura Democratica
198. Curbing  the spread of COVID 19 pandamic.
199. Curtis business
200. Cvetan Krastev
201. DANTAK PEST AND VECTOR CONTROL
202. DefendDefenders (East and Horn of Africa Human Rights Defenders Project)
203. democracy africa youth parliament
204. Denis Miki Foundation
205. Development Organization of Coastal Area's People DOCAP
206. Dhameer for Rights and Freedom - Yemen
207. Diakonia
208. Dialogue Villages
209. Dibyabhumi Multiple College, affiliated to Tribhuvan University
210. Dignity Initiative
211. DISCOURAGE YOUTHS FROM POVERTY
212. Dolly Foundation
213. Dr Uzo Adirieje Foundation
214. Dream Factory Foundation
215. Droits de l’homme sans frontières
216. Dynamic women of vision organisation, Buea
217. Ebenezer Women Social Entrepreneurship Trust
218. Economic Community of West African States Commission
219. Economic Empowerment and Human Rights Sierra Leone
220. Eco-Razeni Association
221. Ecumenical Advocacy Network on the Philppines
222. Edo Civil Society Organisations
223. Educating Girls and Young Women for Development-EGYD
224. Eduyalfoundation
225. Egyptian Front for Human Right (EFHR)
226. Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR)
227. EIP
228. Elizka Relief Foundation
229. Empower India
230. EMPOWERING THE AFRICAN WOMAN - EMTAFWO
231. ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE
232. ETHIOPIAN CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS FORUM
233. Ethiopian Initiative for Human Rights
234. European Center for Not-for-Profit Law Stichting 
235. European Civic Forum
236. European Youth Parliament Serbia
237. FairVoting FL
238. Faith Orphanage Home Liberia
239. FAMBUL PIKIN TALK NETWORK
240. Family Health Options Kenya
241. Feminist for peace rights and justice centre
242. FINESTE
243. Finnish Development NGO's - Fingo
244. Flac (Free Legal Advice Centres)
245. Formal Education Network for Private Schools
246. Foundation for Social Transformation
247. Fourthline Zambia
248. Franciscans International
249. Fraternity Foundation For Human Rights FFHR-Birati
250. Friends of Emergence Initiatives
251. Fundacion CELTA
252. Fundacion cideal
253. Fundacion Ciudadana y Desarrollo
254. Fundación Comité de Solidaridad con los Presos Políticos
255. Fundación Construir
256. FUNDACION EOLH
257. Fundacion Integral para el Desarrollo Regional FINDER
258. Fundación Internet Bolivia
259. Fundacion Regional de Asesoría en Derechos Humanos, INREDH
260. Fundacion Ronda
261. FUNDACION SELVA SAGRADA
262. Futur Radieux
263. FUTURE LEADERS SOCIETY
264. Future Team Rwanda
265. Gala initiative uganda
266. GalliGalli
267. Gender Links Initiative Uganda
268. GENERATION EPANOUIE
269. Geneva for Human Rights - Global Training (GHR)
270. GEYC - Group of the European Youth for Change
271. GHANA EDUCATION SERVICE
272. GINIIS
273. Give Hope Uganda
274. Global Exchange Program International
275. Global Humanrights Vanguard
276. Global Learning for Sustainability
277. Global peace chain
278. Global Welfare Association - GLOWA
279. Global Youth Leaders Network
280. Global Youth on the Quest for Developmental Networking
281. GLRA Ethiopia
282. GODH
283. Goldlife Initiative Africa
284. Good Neighbors Chile
285. Governance Links
286. Grassroot Development Support and Rural Enlightenment Initiative
287. Great Mind Empire Africa
288. Green Bangla Garments Workers Federation-GBGWF
289. Greenpeace
290. Groupe d'Appui-Conseils aux Réalisations pour le Développement Endogène
291. Groupe LOTUS
292. GRRZ
293. Grupo Social CESAP
294. Gulf Centre for Human Rights (GCHR)
295. Gutu -United- Residents -and- Ratepayers- Association- GURRA
296. Hadejia youth movement for social cohesion
297. Halley Movement Coalition
298. Hallo Bangladesh
299. Hands of External Love Program
300. Hawa Feminist Coalition
301. Health Healing Network BURUNDI
302. Help4help
303. Higher Incubator Giving Growth and Sustainability
304. Hivos
305. Holding Albus
306. Hope for Vulnerables and Orphans HOVO
307. HOPE Worldwide-Pakistan
308. Horizon Jeune
309. HRM "Bir Duino-Kyrgyzstan"
310. Human Right Association
311. Human Rights Association (Turkey)
312. Human Rights Association of Spain (APDHE)
313. Human Rights Center MEMORIAL (Russia)
314. Human Rights House Foundation (HRHF)
315. Human Rights in China
316. Human Rights Network, Nigeria
317. Humanitarian Affairs Asia
318. Humanium
319. ICA Nepal
320. ICD - Instituto de Comunicacion y Desarrollo
321. iCON Enterprise Foundation - iCON
322. Ideals And Morals
323. IDHEAS, LITIGIO ESTRATÉGICO EN DERECHOS HUMANOS - MÉXICO
324. IM Swedish Development Partner
325. Impact Youth Organization
326. India Youth For Society
327. Indigenous peoples Forum Odisha
328. Indus Future Foundation
329. Innovación Cívica A.C.
330. Innovazing Vision
331. Inspired Faith Organisation
332. INSPIRIT Creatives UG NGO
333. INSTITUTE FOR CIVIC EDUCATION IN VIETNAM
334. Instituto de Reiki de P.R.
335. Integrated Agricultural Association-I,A,A
336. International Bar Association
337. International Commission of Jurists
338. International Dalit Solidarity Network (IDSN)
339. International Development Opportunity Initiative
340. International Disability Alliance 
341. International Federation for Human Rights Leagues (FIDH)
342. International Federation of Women Lawyers FIDA Nigeria
343. International Initiative for Peace
344. International Institute on Race, Equality and Human Rights (Race & Equality)
345. International Legal Initiative (ILI) - Kazakhstan
346. International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA World)
347. International Media Support
348. International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism (IMADR)
349. International platform of NGOs working for palestine
350. International Service For Human Rights (ISHR)
351. International social movement self help group
352. International Youth Alliance for Peace
353. International Youth federation, Sierra Leone
354. Iraqi journalists right deafenc association
355. iSTACS Rythmos Advisory
356. IWRAW Asia Pacific
357. IYAFP Nicaragua
358. JAD Foundation
359. Jade Propuestas Sociales y Alternativas al Desarrollo, A.C.
360. Jan Lok Kalyan Parishad
361. Japan Civil Society  Network on SDGs
362. Japan NGO Action Network for Civic Space - NANCiS
363. JARINGAN AKTIVIS KEMANUSIAAN INTERNASIONAL
364. Jeunesse Africaine contre la Corruption et pour la Transparence
365. Jeunesse Assistance
366. Jibran Ali Khan
367. Jonathan Peter    PFTrust
368. Jóvenes con visión 2020
369. JOY AID FOUNDATION
370. JUNTA CIVICA DE GUAYAQUIL
371. Justiça Global
372. JusticeMakers Bangladesh
373. Kadesh Internarional
374. KALU Okereke Foundation
375. Kampus Liberty Uganda-KLUG
376. Kano Youths Discussion Circle
377. Karapatan Alliance Philippines
378. Kawempe Health and Education Intiative
379. Kenya red Cross society
380. Key populations Uganda
381. Keystone Accountability
382. Khmer National Liberation Front
383. Khpal Kore Organization
384. Kibera Joy Initiative
385. Kiribati Citizens Against Corruption
386. kisicare for agriculture and development
387. Knowledge and Policy Management Initiative
388. Kranti
389. KRSD Trust Fund
390. kurdistan without genocide
391. Kushal
392. Kyiv Institute of Gender Studies
393. La Ruta del Clima
394. Las verdes
395. Lawyers Alert
396. Lawyers’ Rights Watch Canada
397. Legal Clinic “Adilet” (Kyrgyzstan)
398. Les amis du verbe
399. LGBT Danmark
400. Liberia Good Governance and Democracy Initiative
401. Liberia Youth Initiative for Peace and Sustainable Development
402. Liberty and Peace NOW Human Rights Reporters
403. Lifewalk Foundation
404. Liga lidských práv (LLP) / Czech League for Human Rights
405. Ligue des Droits de la personne dans la Région des Grands Lacs LDGL
406. LIGUE DES JEUNES DES GRANDS LACS
407. Ligue suisse des droits de l'Homme
408. Local Comnunities Development Initiative
409. Lokataru Indonesia
410. Mainsah
411. MAMA AFRICA INNOVATION
412. Manna Development Agency
413. Masvingo Residents Trust
414. Mauriac AHOUANGANSI
415. Mawjoudin we exist
416. Meadows Community and Development Outreach
417. Medical Mission Sisters
418. Micsmile empowerment initiative
419. Monica Sanchez de Ocaña, Baobab
420. Morogoro Saving the Poor Organization
421. Mouvement pour la reforme sociale
422. Move up Madagascar
423. Movimento Nacional de Direitos Humanos - MNDH Brasil
424. MPS GABON
425. Murna Foundation
426. Musaala Organization for Human Rights
427. MushinToTheWorld foundation
428. My Leader Kenya Foundation
429. My Rights My Future
430. National Association of Youth Organizations
431. National Campaign for Sustainable Development Nepal
432. National Conference of Dalit Organisations
433. National Forum for Advocacy, Nepal
434. National Sudanese Women Association
435. National Youth Council of India
436. NAV BHARTIYA NARI VIKAS SAMITI
437. Nazra for Feminist Studies
438. NEIGHBOURHOOD ENVIRONMENT WATCH FOUNDATION
439. Nepal Peacebuilding Initiative
440. Nerve Centre for Community Empowerment Initiative
441. New HIV vaccine and microbicide Advocacy society
442. New Myanamr Foundation
443. New Owerri Youth Organisation
444. Next-generation organization
445. NGO CONSTRUISONS ENSEMBLE LE MONDE
446. Nigerian Students Accountability Network
447. Observatoire des Droits de l'Homme au Rwanda
448. Oceania Pride
449. Office law kilongozilaw
450. Omotoso Groupe Multi Service
451. ONADE
452. One Future Collective
453. ONG ASSAUVET
454. ONG BAL'LAME
455. ONG ESPOIR POUR TOUS
456. Open Briefing
457. OPPFI
458. ORGANISATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HUMANITY AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
459. Organization of the Justice Campaign
460. OSIENALA, Friends of Lake Victoria
461. Our-Hope Foundation
462. Outreach Social Care Project- OSCAR
463. Pacific Sexual and Gender Diversity Network
464. Pahel Pakistan
465. Pakistan Development Network
466. Pakistan International Human Rights Org
467. Pakistan NGOs Forum
468. Palestina Solidariteit
469. Palestinian Centre for Peace and Democracy
470. Palestinian National Institute for NGOs
471. Pan African University
472. PANOS INSTITUTE SOUTHERN AFRICA
473. Parent-Child Intervention Centre
474. Pariwartan Khabar, No.1 non-profit media company of Nepal
475. Pariwartan Sanchar Samuha
476. Partenariat pour la Protection Integree
477. Participatory Research Action Network - PRAN
478. Pathways for Women's Empowerment and Development.  PaWED
479. Pauline Long Entrepreneurship Foundation
480. PAX PRESS
481. PDS
482. Peace Academy
483. Peace Education and Practice Network
484. People's Federation for National Peace and Development - PEFENAP
485. PJUD-BENIN ONG
486. Plate forme d'autonomisation des organisations de jeunesse de côté d'ivoire
487. Plateforme Esprit Citoyen
488. Portuguese League for Human Rights - Civitas (Portugal)
489. PRIA
490. Primadent Initiative for Oral Health
491. PRIYA
492. Pro Public
493. Programa Venezolano de Educación - Acción en Derechos Humano (Provea)
494. Prospérité et solidarité durables - Québec (PSD-QC)
495. Psychologues du Monde Afrique
496. Public'Mans
497. Purple Innovation for Women and Girls
498. Radio Wave FM-Haiti
499. Rainbow Pride Foundation
500. Rainbow Pride Foundation
501. Raise The Young Foundation
502. Reach Beyond
503. Red Dot Foundation
504. Red Global de Acción Juvenil GYAN México
505. REDHNNA
506. Reigners in Life - RIL
507. Re-Imagining New Communities
508. REJADD Togo
509. Rencontre pour la Paix et les Droits de l'Homme
510. REPONGAC
511. Research and Advocacy Unit
512. Reseau Nigerien des Defenseurs des Droits Humains
513. Réseau Panafricain pour la Paix, la Démocratie, et le Développement (REPPAD)
514. Resource Integration Cetre
515. Revolution Human Aid and Transparency Initiative
516. Right Livelihood Foundation
517. Rural Enterprise Trust of Zimbabwe
518. Rural Sustainable Development and Research Center
519. Rural women's Network Nepal-RUWON Nepal
520. Safety and Risk Mitigation Organization
521. Sahara Observatory for Peace Democracy  and Human Rights OSPDH
522. Sangam Yuwa Pariwar
523. SANGOCO
524. Sauti  ya  Haki  Tanzania
525. Save Our Continent, Save Nigeria
526. Save the Climat
527. SDGs National Network Nepal
528. Secours de la Femme Rurale au Développement, Safrf
529. SERAC-Bangladesh
530. SEVICS
531. Shakirina Youth for Development
532. Shalom International
533. Shalupe Foundation
534. Shanduko Yeupenyu Child Care
535. SHANKARAPPA
536. Shine The Light Sisters Int'l
537. Shirley Ann Sullivan Educational Foundation
538. Sierra Leone School Green Clubs
539. Silver Lining Africa   SiLA
540. SIXKNM Self-Help Group
541. Smart Zharan Association
542. Social Action for Minorities Empowerment
543. SOCIAL AND HEALTHY ACTION FOR RURAL EMPOWERMENT
544. Social Science Center for African Development-KUTAFITI
545. SocietyInside
546. Socio Economic Development Alliance-SEDA
547. Solar Links Initiative
548. Solidagro vzw
549. Solidarité aux Personnes Vulnérables pour le Développement Communautaire, en sigle SOPEVUDECO ASBL
550. SOLIDARITE DES JEUNES FILLES POUR L’EDUCATION ET L’INTEGRATION SOCIOPROFESSIONNELLE (SOJFEP)
551. Solidarity Uganda
552. Solomon Islands Youth Strive Investors for Liberty Association
553. SOS FEMMES INDIGENES DE CONCESSIONS MINIERES
554. SOS Jeunesse et Enfance en Détresse
555. Soulace Africa
556. South Sudan Community Change Agency
557. Southern Africa Human Rights Defenders Network (SAHRDN)
558. SPEAK, AND, ACT
559. SpringAid International Development, SAID Sweden
560. SRHR Network
561. St. Mary Secondary School, Child Rescue and Vocational Center.
562. Stichting Coalition for Work with Psychotrauma and Peace
563. Strategic Health Initiative for Empowerment, Learning and Development - SHIELD
564. Street Youth Connection Sierra Leone
565. Success Capital Organisation
566. Sukkur IBA University
567. Survivors in Action Grassroots Women Network
568. Sustainable Beekeeping and Human Development
569. Talent Africa Foundation
570. Tanzania Agricultural Modernization Association
571. TATU Project
572. Teach Liberia Inc
573. Teamcoby Nigeria
574. TEDIC
575. The Advocates for Human Rights 
576. The Association for Progressive Communications (APC)
577. The Big Smile Foundation
578. The Dignity Project
579. The Future Community Foundation
580. The Green Ribbon Foundation Uganda
581. The Hub
582. THE LOTUS IDENTITY
583. The Mandate Health Empowerment Initiative
584. The Millennials Movement
585. The Network of NGOs of Trinidad and Tobago for the Advancement of Women
586. The New Dawn Pacesetter
587. The New Wash Burn Foundation
588. The Nomzamo Club
589. The Policy and Governance Centre
590. The Regional Center for Rights and Liberties
591. The SDGs Winners
592. The SDGs Winners
593. The Youth Voice of SA
594. Tim Africa Aid Ghana
595. Tobago Youth Council
596. Tourism for All The Gambia Charter
597. Tournons la page-Burundi
598. Treebuilder Forum
599. Trinity Forestry Services
600. Tulips international foundation
601. Uganda National NGO Forum
602. Uganda Peace Foundation
603. Ugonma Foundation
604. Un Mundo Sin Mordaza
605. Union Burundaise des Journalistes, UBJ
606. Union Internationale des Avocats (UIA)
607. United Nations Association of Fiji
608. UNIVERS DES FILLES
609. Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation (UNPO)
610. Validity Foundation - Mental Disability Advocacy Centre
611. Vanuatu Civil Society Platform
612. VEILLE CITOYENNE TOGO
613. Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium
614. vision  for learning and  peace
615. Viva Salud
616. Vrede vzw
617. VSO
618. Wacare Organization
619. Wakwetu Youth Group
620. Watch for Human Rights - Yemen
621. We for Nepal
622. Welfare Of Children and Youth Association
623. Wellington Workers Educational Association
624. Womankind Worldwide
625. Women Against Violence and Expediency Handling Initiative
626. Women Empowerment Group
627. Women Resilience Foundation
628. Women's Centre for Legal Aid and Counseling (WCLAC)
629. Women's March Global
630. Worcester Energy Alliance
631. World Federalist Movement - Canada
632. World OrganizatioN Against Torture
633. World without chemical, biological and phosphorous weapon
634. YALI
635. Yesaid society kenya
636. YMCA Zimbabwe
637. Young Peace Builders - YPB
638. Youngmen Engage for Equality2030
639. Youth Alliance for Rural Development in Liberia Inc.
640. YOUTH AND ENVIRONMENT VISION
641. Youth Association of Sierra Leone
642. Youth Council in Action for Nation
643. YOUTH DESK EVANGELICAL CHURCH OF CAMEROON
644. Youth Environment Service
645. Youth for Development Network
646. Youth For Environment Education And Development Foundation - YFEED Foundation
647. Youth For Human Rights Nigeria
648. Youth for Peace and Dialogue
649. Youth for the Mission
650. Youth Icons Ghana
651. Youth Initiative Against Societal Menace
652. Youth initiative for change and development
653. Youth LED Algeria
654. Youth Partnership for Peace and Development - Sierra Leone
655. YOUTH SERVICE AFRICA  YSA
656. Youth Without Borders - Tunisia
657. YOUTHAID-LIBERIA
658. Zero Pauvre Afrique
659. Zimbabwe Human Rights Association

 

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