Access to Information (a2i) Programme is an UNDP and USAID supported project (programme) having its office at the Prime Ministers’ Office. The overall objective of the project is to provide support in building a digital nation through delivering services at the citizen’s doorsteps. The programme aims to improve quality, widen access, and decentralize delivery of public services to ensure responsiveness and transparency.
IPP (Institut Pelangi Perempuan) is Indonesian Young Queer Women Organization. IPP uses strategy called EDUFUNTAINMENT (Education, Fun and Entertainment) as the tool for promoting and struggling for LGBTIQ rights. Creating youth friendly safe and informal space such as dance, sport and operetta club for young queer women are some of the activities which were provided by IPP for organizing and mobilizing the community. Publication such as CD magazines, comic and books are the education media for our community.
The Fiji Women’s Rights Movement is a multiethnic and multicultural non-governmental organisation committed to removing discrimination against women through institutional reforms and attitudinal changes. Our vision is for the women of Fiji to be free from all forms of discrimination, have equal access to opportunities and to live in a healthy environment where the principles of feminism, democracy, good governance, multiculturalism and human rights prevail.
Bytes for All (B4A), Pakistan is a human rights organization and a network of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) professionals and practitioners. It experiments and organizes debate on the relevance of ICTs for sustainable development and strengthening human rights movements in the country.
Women and Media Collective (WMC) was formed in 1984 and is in its 27th year. The organization is based in Colombo, Sri Lanka but works in almost all provinces of the country.
WMC possesses a strong network of institutional links at local, national and international level and undertakes much of its work through close collaboration with these institutions and groups. Networking has been identified as a strategic approach in fulfilling its programme objectives.
2 major working areas
? Gender and Politics