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Burkina Faso

The Democratic Youth Organization of Burkina Faso (ODJ) is a youth organization in Burkina Faso that works for solidarity among young people and the improvement of their living conditions.

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The objectives of the Amilcar Cabral Foundation are to preserve the work and memory of Amilcar Cabral; to encourage and promote studies and research on the theoretical work of Amilcar Cabral, in order to contribute to the enrichment of his legacy.


Côte d'ivoire

OIDH seeks to contribute to the promotion and protection of Human Rights in Côte d’Ivoire and beyond. It seeks to sensitize and strengthen the capacities of citizens, institutions of the Republic and decentralized communities on Human Rights issues in order to prevent any political or social violence.

The ESD Center is an organization for political training and support for the civic and political participation of young people, created in the aftermath of the 2010-2011 post-electoral crisis where young people found themselves not only as victims but above all as actors in the context of political violence in Côte d’Ivoire.


The Ghana Congress of Trade Unions (TUC) is the main trade union organization in Ghana. It is composed of eighteen affiliated national trade unions that are autonomous bodies pursuing their own activities. It is non-political and currently has about five hundred thousand (500,000) members.


The general objective of the Project is to contribute to the information, sensitization and formation of the people of Falea on the risks of the threats of the activities of the extractive industries (uranium, bauxite, copper…) that weigh on the environment and the defense of human rights in the municipality of Falea.


The Association for the Motion and Protection of Human Rights, Peacebuilding, Development, TEMEDT, is dedicated to the promotion and protection of human rights, particularly the fight against slavery and discrimination, peacebuilding and development in the northern regions of Mali.


“AGHIRIN’MAN” is a non-governmental organization for the protection of the environment and well-being whose goal is to raise awareness, train and inform the population about radioactivity. It also monitors the negative environmental impacts of uranium mining in Niger.


The Integrated Centre for Social Development (Social Action) is a Nigerian organization working to promote resource democracy, social justice and human rights, with a focus on the energy and mining, environment and climate change, trade, budgets and public debt sectors.


The Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) aims to facilitate multidisciplinary research, promote research publications, and strengthen the skills of African researchers.

The network of associations for the protection of the environment and nature RAPEN has the following objectives: the preservation of the environment, the fight against the advance of the sea, the improvement of fishing resources, the strengthening of the local economy and the fight against the real threats of the environment by the installation of a coal-fired power station.

ARCADE – Africaine de Recherche et de Coopération pour l’Appui au Développement Endogène – is a civic, secular and apolitical association which aims, among other things, to facilitate the orientation of development policies and actions in line with the aspirations of African populations. arcade

“At the beginning of this century, Africa appears as one of the main theaters where the future of the planet will be played. For its inhabitants and its diasporas – all those who for a long time have been caught in the rets of the conquering gaze of others …. ” the workshops of the think-tank

Enda Tiers Monde is an international non-governmental organization, born in the South in 1972 to serve the peoples of the South through action research for development, lobbying and advocacy, etc… Enda Tiers Monde began its collaboration with the RLS in 2016, which financially supported the launch activities of the “Alternative Report on Africa” initiative.

lThe CNCR brings together the main peasant and producer federations of Senegal. It organizes consultation and cooperation and contributes to the development of peasant agriculture which ensures a sustainable socio – economic promotion of family farms.

LASPAD is a research laboratory of the University Gaston Berger of Saint-Louis in Senegal. It intends to contribute to providing Africa with spaces for research and reflection on the problems of African societies and on global issues.

The Laboratoire d’Etudes et de Recherches sur les Dynamiques Sociales et le Développement Local (LASDEL) is made up of university researchers and students based in Niger and Benin who conduct research on social dynamics in all West African countries.

MBORO SOS is an advocacy platform mainly supported by young people from the Commune of Mboro. It brings together all social and socio-professional strata and brings all the concerns of the locality in a participative and inclusive approach by associating religious, confraternal, political and socio-professional structures.

It is a non-profit association, based in Hann (Dakar). Composed of migrants and members of their families, the association’s main goal is to participate in the protection of migrants’ rights. It contributes to the awareness of the population on the harmful effects of the pollution of their environment (Senegal).