National Disability Services (Australia)


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National Disability Services Limited
ABN 52 008 445 485

National Office
Locked Bag 3002

33 Thesiger Court

National Disability Services (NDS) is Australia's peak body for non-government disability service organisations. Collectively, the 990 NDS members operate several thousand services for Australians with all types of disability. Members range in size from small support groups to large multi-service organisations

Fondazione Il Circeneo


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Via Marco Polo n. 61/6
66054 Vasto (CH)

The foundation was set up with the primary purpose of supporting, activating and managing services for people with autism and their families. They have opened a residential centre for people with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and also two day centres. 


The Critical Institute


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The Critical Institute
102 Suite 3
St. Catherine Street
Attard ATD2605
Malta, EU

The Critical Institute is a non-profit organisation set up and run by academics and activist practitioners. It offers a democratic and interdisciplinary platform to debate, learn and collaborate on world class critical research, teaching and practice. We engage in educational practice that is not limited to the acquisition of skills and knowledge, but one that actively questions and confronts inequalities and oppression- knowledge that has a transformative agenda.

It is especially "committed to linking research and practice as a project of praxis, motivated by real needs, dedicated to social justice through social and political change ; and seeks to achieve real and lasting ‘impact’ determined by real people on their own terms and not by research councils, universities, policy makers or politicians as we strengthen efforts at decolonizing knowledge, research and practice".

The Education Commission. The International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity

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6 West 48th Street , 12th floor
New York, NY 10036

The International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity was set up to reinvigorate the case for investing in education and to chart a pathway for increased investment in order to develop the potential of all of the world’s young people.  It brings together the best research and policy analysis to identify the most effective and accountable ways of mobilizing and deploying resources to help ensure that all children and young people have the opportunity to participate, learn and gain the skills they need for adulthood and work in the 21st century.

The Commission’s work builds upon the vision agreed to by world leaders in 2015 with the UN Sustainable Development Goal for education: To ensure inclusive and equitable quality education by 2030 and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

The members of the Commission include current and former heads of state and government, government ministers, five Nobel laureates, and leaders in the fields of education, business, economics, development, health, and security.

European association of service providers for persons with disabilities (EASPD)

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Handelsstraat / Rue du Commerce 72
B- 1040 Brussels - Belgium

EASPD, a non-profit NGO in the disability sector, promotes the views of over 15,000 social services and their umbrella associations. There are over 80 million people with a disability throughout Europe. The main objective of EASPD is to promote equal opportunities for people with disabilities through effective and high-quality service systems;;

Together 2030

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Together 2030 is a global, action-oriented initiative aiming to generate and share knowledge on the implementation and accountability of the2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals, and project the voices of different civil society and stakeholders around the world on the challenges and opportunities of implementing this Agenda. Together 2030 was set up in December 2015 as a self-organized civil society initiative to promote national implementation and track progress of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

The Unifying Vision: The commitments of the 2030 Agenda are made a reality, with civil society contributing in a meaningful way.

Together 2030 is about creating and strengthening capacities. Together 2030 aims at contributing to overcoming the huge disparities within the capacities of civil society organizations all over the world, and to support civil society to play a full and meaningful role in the implementation and follow up of Agenda 2030 at all levels.
Together 2030 is about action. As an action-oriented initiative, Together 2030 focus on ensuring that civil society organizations and stakeholders are able to share knowledge and experiences of implementation and accountability; work together on global, regional and national advocacy and track whether commitments made on Agenda 2030 are effectively turned into action

The Core Group

The initiative was started by the following organisations:

CEPEI (Colombia); Justice, Development and Peace Commission – JDPC Ijebu-Ode (Nigeria); Philippine Social Enterprise Network (Philippines); Save Matabeleland (Zimbabwe); Sightsavers (Global); World Vision (Global).

Three organizations have been elected in 2017 to join the Together 2020 Core Group: Leonard Cheshire Disability (Global), Leading Women of Africa (Cameroon) and PACIFICWIN-YOUTH (New Zealand).

AIDS Community Based Outreach Services (ACOBOS)


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P O Box 6316

Aims to improve the quality of life of people living with HIV/AIDS, their families and communities. Its objectives are to reduce discriminationagainst PLWHAs and their families; to provide relevant and first hand information on HIV/AIDS to Kenyans involving PLAs; to provide comprehensive health to PLWAs their families; and teach skills to PLWHAs for income generation

Brent Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Centre


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122 High Street
London NW10 4SP

Provides screening and genetic counselling to all groups of people. Raises awareness about sickle cell/thalassaemia and other haemoglobin disorders. Educates health and non-health personnel, school children and university students etc. Produces information leaflets and other subject related materials

International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA)


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Rue du Marche au Charbon 81
B-1000 Brussels

Forms an international platform of gay and lesbian groups working for the equality of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgendered people and their liberation from all forms of discrimination. Promotes human rights at the international level in all six regions and gives support to its organisations by exchanging information and advocating for gay/lesbian/transexual rights internationally.

Fundacion SIDA de Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico

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PO Box 364842
San Juan
Puerto Rico 00936-4842

Fundacion SIDA de Puerto Rico belongs to the National Minority AIDS Council, and COSSMHO. The resource centre is open to the public

International Nursing Services Ass, India (INSA/INDIA)


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5/1 Benson Cross Road Benson Town, Bangalore Karnataka 560046

The organisation trains trainers to establish need based health development and AIDS prevention projects in remote areas of India, Nepal and Bangladesh. The training programmes conducted offer follow-up services to each trainee in their place of work and establishes a long term relationship with the trainee. The training programme deals with all aspects of health.

AIDS Concern


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17B, Block F
3 Lok Man Road
Chai Wan, Hong Kong

AIDS Concern aim to strengthen community responses to AIDS through targeted outreach prevention for vulnerable groups and support services for people with HIV/AIDS

AfriAfya (African Network for Health Knowledge Management and Communication)


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AMREF Building
PO Box 27576-00506

AfriAfya, African Network for Health Knowledge Management and Communication, is exploring use of modern information and communication technologies for community health among rural poor. AfriAfya collects, sorts and disseminates information to local change agents trained to combine modern and traditional means of spreading information ‘beyond the computer’ to their communities for social transformation. AfriAfya sees communication as a two-way process. It has demonstrated methods of applying ICTs, operated by simply educated community members, to yield health and other benefits. Improved facility performance, discussions within communities of sensitive HIV/AIDS issues, increased requests for voluntary counselling and testing, and condom uptake indicate effect. The change agents have described their involvement in AfriAfya as having changed their lives, and made it easier for them to serve their communities. The system used by AfriAfya can be applied for other types of development information