ArtLords was established in 2014. It is a grassroots movement of artists and volunteers motivated by the desire to pave the way for social transformation and behavioral change through employing the soft power of art and culture as a non-intrusive approach
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.
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.
To achieve democratic transition on social participatory basis.
Affiliated Regional/Thematic Network(s):
Arab Forum For Civil Society.
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.
Alkhawaja is a Bahraini Woman Human Rights Defender who works as a consultant and trainer on Human Rights. She is a leading voice for human rights and political reform in Bahrain and the Gulf region. Alkhawaja has been influential in shaping official responses to human rights atrocities in Bahrain and the Gulf region by leading campaigns and engaging with prominent policymakers around the world.
Nikahang launched Khodnevis.org, a collective news website, in December 2009 in order to continue the fight for freely reported news and information and “to give a voice to the voiceless.”
Nissan Institute for Democratic Awareness