The Latin American Information Agency -ALAI- is a communication agency of international character, committed to the full enforcement of human rights, gender equality and citizen participation in the development and public work of Latin America.
ALAI's mission is to formulate and develop responses to the various challenges posed by communication and its democratization, as a strategic area for democratic validity, social justice, peace and multicultural coexistence and regional integration.
The Data Justice Lab is a new space for research and collaboration at Cardiff University’s School of Journalism, Media and Culture (JOMEC). It seeks to advance a research agenda that examines the intricate relationship between datafication and social justice, highlighting the politics and impacts of data-driven processes and big data. The lab is directed by Dr Lina Dencik, Dr Arne Hintz, and Dr Joanna Redden.
Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN) is a network of feminist scholars, researchers and activists from the economic South working for economic and gender justice and sustainable and democratic development. Through research, analyses, advocacy and, more recently, training, DAWN seeks to support women’s mobilization within civil society to challenge inequitable social, economic and political relations at global, regional and national levels, and to advance feminist alternatives.
Founded in 2005, Derechos Digitales is a non-profit organisation based in Chile that works across Latin America. Its main objective is the development, defense and promotion of human rights in the digital environment. Its work focuses on issues around freedom of expression, privacy and personal data, and copyright and access to knowledge.
INTERNETLAB is an independent research center that aims to foster academic debate around issues involving law and technology, especially internet policy. Our goal is to conduct interdisciplinary, impactful research and promote dialogue among academics, professionals and policymakers. As a nexus of expertise in technology, public policy and social sciences, our research agenda covers a wide range of topics, including privacy, freedom of speech, gender and technology.
Established in 2000, IT for Change is an NGO based in Bengaluru, India.IT for Change’s work in the areas of education, gender, governance, community informatics and internet/digital policies push the boundaries of existing vocabulary and practice, exploring new development and social change frameworks. Network building is key to our work.IT for Change is in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.
The Just Net Coalition (JNC) is a global network of civil society actors committed to an open, free, just and equitable Internet. Founded in February 2014, the coalition engages on topics of the Internet and its governance, with the goal to promote democracy, human rights and social justice. Our founding principles and objectives are contained in the Delhi Declaration.