Leaders of Tomorrow is a Jordanian youth-led, social enterprise, established in 2007 and it operates in the Middle East and North Africa. It aims to build a community of young leaders who are educated, critical thinkers, initiative-takers, and capable of challenging their status quo creatively.
Damascus Center for Human Rights studies (DCHRS) is an independent, non-governmental organization, established in 2005 in the Syrian capital of Damascus. DCHRS is registered in Washington D.C, USA, as a non-profit NGO. Its mission is to foster a spirit of support and respect for the values & standards of human rights in Syria.
To achieve democratic transition on social participatory basis.
Affiliated Regional/Thematic Network(s):
Arab Forum For Civil Society.
Our organization aims at enhancing people’s participation in political, economic and social affairs. We believe that the participation of well-organized peoples can make democratic changes and defend their rights and their freedoms. Our organization is a board members of Arab Network for Nongovernmental Development, Arab Network for Democratic Election, European Initiative for Women Rights, and Euro-Med Platform.
Egyptian political scientist and human rights defender, currently working as a senior research scholar at the Center for Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law at Stanford University
Afghanistan Organization for Research and Social Studies (AORSS) conducts various types of research studies, assessment project in Afghanistan. AORSS is committed to take part in capacity building and perform various training project for Afghan youth, students, lecturer, civil society and human rights activists and also women rights worker in Afghanistan. AORSS arranges sophisticated, professional and applied consultation for both governmental and private sector clients.
Al-Quds Center for Political Studies is an independent, non-governmental, research organization (think tank). It was established in Amman in 1999 and in Beirut in 2012. AQC works to provide a deeper and more accurate understanding of the challenges facing the process of political reform and democratization in Jordan and the Arab countries.
AAEME is an independent platform that supports institutions and projects working on the field of enlightenment and religious renewal in the Arab region, which is dependent on education and training mechanism. The Association provides technical support and information to these institutions and projects and assists them in promoting their mission.