Partner spotlight - Network for Active Citizens
Our work is primarily based on partnerships.
We are experts on what we do, but the communities we work with and our local partners have the contextual knowledge required to truly understand their community’s aspirations and resource levels.
They stand in a better position to work in their local contexts, to find the appropriate methods of engagement and mobilization.
Read all about our project partners below.
Our Partners in Europe
INTERMEZZO is a local, non-political, independent, not-for-profit organization run by students and members. Its members are interested in world issues, localization, culture, European awareness, minorities, youth policies, and social obstacles.
Världskulturmuseerna (The National Museums of World Culture) comprises four separate museums with different thematic orientations, which together span all over the world and thousands of years of human culture from prehistoric times to our world today.
The Academy for Peace and Development (APD) is an international, non-governmental, non-profit, non-political youth organisation, which aims at empowering youth, promoting peace, tolerance and solidarity in the South Caucasus and beyond by capacity development of young people and civil society organisations.
The Academy for Peace and Development (APD) was established in October 2002. APD is based on the six years’ experience of the Young Leaders for Peace and Development (YLPD) Training Programme with the mission to build bridges of friendship, understanding and dialogue among teenage war victims of the Georgian – Abkhaz conflict.
Our Partners in Africa
“Barwaaqo” which is a Somali word that means “prosperity” was established in 1996 and registered at the Ministry of National Planning and development. The organization understood that its domain needs to be as wide as the issues faced by the millions of underprivileged. Under this registration, Barwaaqo Voluntary organization could perform social development work in Somaliland. BVO nurtures the status of being a formal NGO. BVO fights hunger and promotes poverty reduction, human rights, women and child rights, and justice for all; It has taken up the women and children’s rights, it engages the wider social context of the systemic barriers faced by different women and children in Somaliland.
NAC works with communities to enhance a community-led social development approach to influence pro-development programs and policies, build capacities of citizens in the communities for positive transformation among vulnerable communities and social enterprise development as a sustainability strategy for the socio-economic well-being of poor and marginalized women and youth.
Zambia Centre for Communication Programmes (ZCCP) is a not-for-profit, locally based multi-media communications organization, which uses the power of the mass media (radio, TV and print) and social mobilisation to reach the Zambian population and to affect social and behaviour change. The organization uses a rigorous formative research process to generate appropriate edutainment content relevant to health and development priorities in Zambia.
My Age Zimbabwe Trust is a youth-led organization that champions youth leadership, participation, gender equality and the health and rights of adolescence and young people. We harness evidence and unite diverse voices to spark a commitment to youth-related issues Anchored in sexual and reproductive health, we advocate for the rights of young people across every aspect of their lives.