#WeThePeoples | 23 April 2021

The following civil society groups and networks have endorsed the statement for inclusive global governance (in alphabetical order and here sorted by country). Note that new endorsements are received continuously. Sign here!

  1. AbibiNsroma Foundation, Ghana
  2. Accountability Lab, International
  3. Action for Sustainable Development, International
  4. ActionAid International, International
  5. African Child Agape Foundation, Malawi
  6. Africans Defenders, International
  7. Al Mumtaz Welfare Society, Pakistan
  8. Amis des Étrangers au Togo, Togo/International
  9. Asia Democracy Network, International
  10. Asia Development Alliance, International
  11. Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA), International
  12. Asian Partnership for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Areas (AsiaDHRRA), International
  13. Asociatia GEYC, Romania
  14. Association of World Citizens, International
  15. Avaaz, International
  16. Bareedo Platform Somalia, Somalia
  17. Bays Planet Foundation, Nigeria
  18. Botswana Council of Non-Governmental Organisations, Botswana
  19. Bridging Ventures, International
  20. Cameroon Vision (CAMVISION) Trust, Cameroon
  21. Campaign for a UN Parliamentary Assembly, International
  22. Center for War & Peace Studies, United States/International
  23. Centre for Human Rights-Nis, Serbia
  24. Centre for Muslim Youth In Peace and Development, Ghana
  25. Challenges Togo, Togo
  26. Children and Young People Living for Peace, Nigeria
  27. Citizens for Global Solutions, United States
  28. CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation, International
  29. Coalition for the UN We Need, International
  30. Collectif des organisations de défense des droits de l’Homme et de la démocratie (CODDHD), Niger
  31. Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative, International
  32. Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd, International
  33. Congregation of the Mission, International
  34. Creativity Lab for Empowerment and Innovation, Palestine
  35. Cultural Infusion, Australia
  36. Defend Defenders, International
  37. Democracia Global - Movimiento por la Unión Sudamericana y el Parlamento Mundial, Argentina
  38. Democracy & Culture Foundation, International
  39. Democracy International, International
  40. Democracy Without Borders, International
  41. Democratic World Federalists, United States/International
  42. Disrupt Development, International
  43. Dr Uzo Adirieje Foundation (DUZAFOUND), Nigeria
  44. Earth Constitution Institute, International
  45. Edmund Rice International, International
  46. Egyptian Green Party, Egypt
  47. Einstein Centre for International Studies (CESI), Italy
  48. Emonyo Yefwe International, Kenya
  49. EPE Movement, Turkey/International
  50. Federalist Party of the United Kingdom, UK
  51. Forum 2000 Foundation, Czech Republic/International
  52. Forus International, International
  53. Freedom Forum Nepal, Nepal
  54. Friends of Franbarnie International, Liberia
  55. Fundación Agenda Ciudadana, Chile
  56. Global Call to Action Against Poverty, International
  57. Global Challenges Foundation, Sweden/International
  58. Global Distribution Advocates, United States/International
  59. Global Focus, Denmark
  60. Global Governance Forum, Switzerland/International
  61. Global Justice Now, UK
  62. Global Voice, United States
  63. Greenpeace, International
  64. Halley Movement Coalition, Mauritius
  65. Hope for Women and Children, Tanzania
  66. HuMENA for Human Rights and Civic Engagement, International
  67. Indonesian Club, Indonesia
  68. Initiative and Referendum Institute at University of Southern California, United States
  69. Inspirator Muda Nusantara, Indonesia
  70. Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, South Africa
  71. International Alliance of Women, International
  72. International Presentation Association, International
  73. Intersection Association for Rights and Freedoms, Tunisia/International
  74. ISIZIBA Community Based Organizations of South Africa, South Africa
  75. Jade Propuestas Sociales y Alternativas al Desarrollo, A.C., Mexico
  76. Jamaica Environmental Entrepreneurs Advocacy Network, Jamaica
  77. Jaringan Aktivis Kemanusiaan Internasional (JAKI), Indonesia/International
  78. Keen and Care Initiative (KCI), Nigeria
  79. Kenyan Paraplegic Organization, Kenya
  80. Kijiji Yeetu, Kenya
  81. Kurdistan Without Genocide, Iraq
  82. Latin American and Caribbean Network for Democracy (REDLAD), International
  83. Manusher Jonno Foundation, Bangladesh
  84. Medical IMPACT, International
  85. Mehr Demokratie! Österreich, Austria
  86. Moscow Helsinki Group, Russia
  87. Movimento Federalista Europeo, Italy
  88. MY World Mexico, Mexico
  89. National Campaign for Sustainable Development Nepal, Nepal
  90. NGO Federation of Nepal, Nepal
  91. Nigerian Network of NGOs, Nigeria
  92. NOW!, International
  93. One More Percent, Kenya
  94. One World Trust, UK
  95. ONG Maqay, Peru
  96. Open Society Foundations, International
  97. Organization Against Weapons of Mass Destruction in Kurdistan‎, Iraq
  98. Organization of the Justice Campaign, Iraq
  99. Pacific Islands Association of Non-Governmental Organisations, International
  100. Pakistan Development Alliance, Pakistan
  101. Pan Pacific and Southeast Asia Women’s Association, International
  102. Parlement des Jeunes Leaders de la Société Civile Guinéenne, Guinea
  103. Peoples’ Vigilance Committee on Human Rights (PVCHR), India
  104. Progressive World Federalists, Canada/International
  105. Ramapough Lenape Nation, United States
  106. Reacción Climática, Bolivia
  107. Red Dot Foundation, India/International
  108. Red Line Art Works, UK
  109. Refugee Youth Empowerment Network, Tanzania
  110. Rethink Youth Platform, Zambia
  111. RSMH Landskrona fågel Fenix, Sweden
  112. Réseau Nigérien des Défenseurs des Droits Humains (RNDDH), Niger
  113. School of Civic Education, International
  114. Sino Euro Voices, Germany
  115. Sisters of Charity Federation, United States/International
  116. Society for Civic Participation and Direct Democracy, Bulgaria
  117. Society for Conservation and Sustainability of Energy and Environment, Nigeria
  118. Society for Threatened Peoples (GfbV), Germany/International
  119. Soroptimist International, International
  120. South Asian Federalists, International
  121. Stichting Mission Lanka, Netherlands
  122. Stimson Center's Global Governance, Justice and Security Program, United States
  123. Stop Fighting Start Voting, International
  124. Students for Global Democracy Uganda, Uganda
  125. Taşova Arıcılar ve Bal Üreticileri Derneği, Turkey
  126. The Global Sunrise Project, Canada
  127. The International Union for Experts of Sustainable Development, Egypt/International
  128. The Nature Conservancy, International
  129. The Voluntary Team for Humanitarian Action, Egypt
  130. Together 2030, International
  131. Together First, International
  132. Transnational Institute, Netherlands/International
  133. UNANIMA International, International
  134. Union des Amis Socio Culturels d'Action en Developpement, Haiti
  135. United Nations Association of South Africa, South Africa
  136. United Nations Association of Stenungsund, Tjörn and Orust, Sweden
  137. United Nations Association-UK, UK
  138. United Nations Youth Association of Zambia, Zambia
  139. Unity Earth, United States/International
  140. VIVAT International, International
  141. West Africa Action Network on Small Arms Nigeria, Nigeria
  142. World Citizen School Alliance, Germany
  143. World Citizens Association Australia (WCAA), Australia
  144. World Federalist Movement-Institute for Global Policy, International
  145. World Roma Federation, International
  146. World without chemical and biological weapons, Iraq
  147. Young European Federalists, International
  148. Young World Federalists, International
  149. Youth Action for Rural Development in Liberia, Liberia
  150. Youth Harvest Foundation Ghana, Liberia
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