Our Partners

NGOs which share our values and can work with us on various future projects.

DRA (Deutsch-Russische Austausch)

Promotes the German-Russian dialogue that plays a key part in the development of a European civil society and societies beyond the European Union. Promotes permeable borders surrounding the European Union.

  • DRA e.V. Badstraße 44 D-13357 Berlin
  • info@austausch.org
  • 49 (0)30 446 680 0

EU-Russia Civil Society Forum (CSF)

EU-Russia Civil Society Forum (Forum, or CSF) is a network of thematically diverse non-governmental organisations from Russia and the European Union, established as a bottom-up civic initiative, independent from governments, political parties and businesses. The goal of the Forum is to strengthen cooperation between civil society organisations and to contribute to the integration between Russia and the EU, based on common values of pluralistic democracy, rule of law, human rights and social justice.

  • 44, Bad St. 13357 Berlin Germany
  • info@eu-russia-csf.org
  • 49 30 46 06 45 40


DLA Piper

DLA Piper is a global law firm with lawyers located in more than 40 countries throughout the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific, positioning us to help clients with their legal needs around the world. We strive to be the leading global business law firm by delivering quality and value to our clients. We achieve this through practical and innovative legal solutions that help our clients succeed. We deliver consistent services across our platform of practices and sectors in all matters we undertake.

PILnet (The Global Network for Public Interest Law)

PILnet envisions a world where the rule of law delivers justice and protects human rights. PILnet collaborates with local partners around the globe to develop the legal landscape essential to rights-respecting societies. It provides lawyers with the tools they need to challenge injustice, strengthens the ability of citizens to shape law and policy, and connects a global community of activist lawyers who are using law to advance change.

  • PILnet Budapest 43 Pozsonyi street 6th floor 1137 Budapest Hungary Tel: +36 1 799 1410 Fax: +36 1 799 1411
  • pilnet@pilnet.org
  • 36 1 799 1410



OAK Foundation

Oak Foundation commits its resources to address issues of global, social and environmental concern, particularly those that have a major impact on the lives of the disadvantaged.

  • Oak Philanthropy Ltd Case Postale 118 58, Avenue Louis Casaï 1216 Cointrin, Geneva Switzerland
  • info@oakfnd.ch
  • http://oakfnd.org/contact.html


Code for Romania

We are a community of +500 volunteers who create open source digital tools for solving societal challenges. Our mission is to innovate through open data, transparency and civic tech. At Code for Romania, we believe that technology can enable citizens to more meaningfully engage in the public sphere and have a positive impact on their communities. Code for Romania is part of the international movement Code for All, uniting civic tech organizations from all over the world.

  • Aleea Alexandru no.9, district 1, Bucharest
  • contact@code4.ro



Cristina Cazacu – Strudelific

Cristina is a 26 year-old Bucharest based graphic designer and illustrator. She is always happy to work with new people, so if you’re interested, you can contact her.

  • Bucharest, Romania
  • chris.cazacu@gmail.com be.net/strudelific
  • 40722464225


Humanity in Action Poland

Humanity in Action Poland works towards an active civil society. This is why we support young people in developing the knowledge and skills they need to act in support of human rights. We inspire them to take effective and creative actions to protect the rights of individuals/groups who face discrimination.  We help these young people to become leaders in social activism in a variety of environments and areas of public life, throughout our network of activists in Poland and Ukraine. Humanity in Action Poland is a part of the transatlantic educational consortium of  Humanity in Action organizations operating in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Denmark, France, the Netherlands, Germany and the United States, whose constantly growing network of alumni (Senior Fellows) currently consists of more than 1,600 people worldwide.

  • Konwiktorska 7, Room 43/7, Warsaw, Poland
  • poland@humanityinaction.org

Amnesty International Poland

Amnesty International is a global movement of more than 7 million people who take injustice personally. They are campaigning for a world where human rights are enjoyed by all

  • Stowarzyszenie Amnesty International pl. Lelewela 8 01-624 Warszawa tel/fax: (22) 827-60-00 KRS 0000 11 06 95 NIP: 957-00-54-285
  • contactus@amnesty.org
  • (22) 827-60-00


UNITED for Intercultural Action

UNITED for Intercultural Action is the European network against nationalism, racism, fascism and in support of migrants, refugees and minorities. Together with over 560 supporter organisations all around Europe, ranging from local grassroots associations to national and international NGOs, UNITED coordinates campaigns, organises conferences, takes part in projects, produces publications and undertakes advocacy work to protest against discrimination and promote our shared vision for a diverse and inclusive society.

  • Postbus 413, NL-1000 AK Amsterdam, Netherlands phone +31-20-6834778, fax +31-20-6834582
  • info@unitedagainstracism.org
  • 31-20-6834778

Subjective Values Foundation

Subjective Values Foundation aims to support an ongoing dialogue between cultures, to create a sustainable society, and to promote the European ideals in Hungary.

  • 1013 Budapest Alagút u. 1. HUNGARY
  • foundation@szubjektiv.org
  • 36 1 6043161