Solar Cookers International improves human and environmental health by supporting the expansion of effective carbon-free solar cooking in world regions of greatest need. SCI leads through advocacy, research, and strengthening the capacity of the global solar cooking movement.
CliMates mobilizes youth and raises awareness, working to raise the voice of youth on climate-related issues.
Landesa (Rural Development Institute) is an international non-governmental organization that fights poverty and provides opportunity and security for the rural people living in extreme poverty through the power of land rights. The impacts of secure land rights cut across the spectrum of global development and human rights concerns– from health to economic growth, from women’s empowerment to political stability. Landesa is one of few global organizations dedicated to promoting secure land rights as a path to social justice and gender equality. Founded in Seattle, Washington in the United States, Landesa has helped secure land rights for more than 120 million families in over 50 countries. In 2015, Landesa was awarded the Hilton Humanitarian Prize, the largest humanitarian prize in the world, in recognition of its extraordinary contributions to alleviating human suffering. Landesa currently has active projects in India, Myanmar, China, Ghana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Liberia, Tanzania, Malawi, and Mozambique. The Landesa Center for Women’s Land Rights reinforces Landesa’s commitment to gender-responsive land reforms and advocacy.
NGO CSW/NY amin to facilitate the interaction between NGOs and the UN on gender equality and women’s empowerment; support the UN consensus documents and human rights
WECF is an international network of over 150 women’s and civil society organizations implementing solutions locally and advocating globally to shape a just, healthy and sustainable world. Our network’s activities are based on our partners’ own visions and needs. We enable women to participate at local and global levels in policy processes for sustainable development. WECF has ECOSOC statute and is a founding member of the “Women Major Group” significantly contributing to the adoption and monitoring of the Sustainable Development Goals. WECF is also one of the founding members of the Women and Gender Constituency, actively involved in the Climate Convention since 2006.
The Centre for 21st Century Issues works to build capacity for sustainable development and poverty reduction by engaging with youth groups, promoting environmental, social and economic justice and peace building, and deepening democratic culture and good governance, including women’s human rights, equity and social justice. The Centre has organized gender and climate change workshops in Nigeria and at the COP negotiations in Copenhagen and Cancún.