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The Privacy International Network

Through it's global advocacy, Privacy International is building a global network of advocates to fight for privacy, uncovering surveillance practices around the world, and advocating for strong privacy protections on the domestic and regional level.

Privacy International works in partnership with human rights advocates in twenty countries, creating a network of champions fighting for the right to privacy around the world. Working in Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Egypt, Hong Kong Special Administration Region of China, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, Morocco, Namibia, Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand, Tunisia, Uganda, South Africa, and Zimbabwe, Privacy International covers major continents and diverse cultures.

Privacy International and its partners collaborate together to fight back against unlawful surveillance wherever it may occur. Building the understanding of organisations, activists, journalists, and researchers around the world helps these groups to identify and respond to surveillance techniques and technologies proliferating across these regions.


VOICE is a rights-based, activist organization working mainly on the issues of food sovereignty, aid effectiveness, economic justice, and the right to information and communication, both in Bangladesh and on a global scale.

Instituto NUPEF

Created in 2005, Nupef (Center of Research, Studies and Learning) is a non-profit institute based in Rio de Janeiro dedicated to reflexion, analysis, knowledge production and learning activities, with focus on ICTs as they relate to policy-making and political processes which affect democracy, hu


A group of Colombian professors founded Dejusticia in 2003 with the aim of engaging in debates about law, institutions and public policy, by drawing upon rigorous studies and actions that promote social inclusion, democracy, the Rule of Law, and human rights in Colombia and Latin America.

Bytes for All

Bytes for All (B4A), Pakistan is a human rights organization with a focus on Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). It experiments and organizes debate on the relevance of ICTs for sustainable development and strengthening human rights movements in the country.


Jonction is a rights-based Senegalese organisation which regroups engaged men and women to bring their modest contribution to the sustainable and fair development of Africa but in particular Senegal.

Thai Media Policy Center

The Thai Media Policy Center (Thai MPC), formerly Thai Media Policy & Advocacy Center (Thai MPAC), is a non-profit body that specializes in research and public education on media law and policy. Thai MPC activities include: Public information, Advocacy, Research and Conferences and Seminars.

Nawaat is an independent collective blog managed by Tunisians. It gives a voice to all those who make themselves heard, and share their voice through civic engagement. It was launched in 2004.

Unwanted Witness

Unwanted Witness was registered in 2013 as a non partisan and non-profit organisation that use different media tools to amplify voices of the poor and vulnerable groups and add an active voice to initiatives that work towards demanding and promoting democratic governance.

Zimbabwe Human Rights Forum

The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (the Forum) is a coalition of nineteen human rights NGOs in Zimbabwe who while having their own objectives, are concerned with the level and nature of organized violence and torture in the country perpetuated mainly, though not exclusively, by state agents and