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Regional Web Sites

These Web sites reflect the diversity of places and cultures. They aim to gather the people of a town, region, country, or continent on the basis of the realities and challenges specific to their society. > See the Geocultural Groups of the Alliance here.


Action for an Equitable, Integrated and Durable Development (ADEID)

Contribute to the development to be it on all its dimensions and to the emergence of a collective vision for the durable improvement of the living conditions of the rural and urban populations.

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ADEPES

The Agence pour le Développement et la Promotion de l’Economie Solidaire en Midi-Pyrénées is a resources hub for solidarity economy.

Its prime aim is to develop and promote solidarity economy at the regional level.

Its missions consist in promoting solidarity-economy companies, encouraging the institution of solidarity financing, supporting over time the generation of solidarity activities for a variety of publics.

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Adital

ADITAL, Agencia de Información Fray Tito para América Latina, is a new agency born to bring the Latin American and Caribbean agenda to international attention.

Wishes to encourage ethical and social journalism. Wishes to facilitate integration and solidarity among the peoples.

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African Develompent Bank Group

Web site of the official Afrian development entities (bank, funds, institutes, etc.). News and events, research, a rich data base of downloadable documents and publications.

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African Success

African Success is a Web site that seeks to show successful African people from across the continent. Its aim is to change the way that the world looks at Africa. It is a community Web site, free to consult and to add names to.

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All Women’s Action Society

Independent feminist organisation committed to improving the lives of women in Malaysia.

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Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa

AGRA is a dynamic, African-led partnership working across the African continent to help millions of small-scale farmers and their families lift themselves out of poverty and hunger.

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Alternatives Forum Morocco

The “forum of the Morocco Alternatives” has a first role to contribute to set up a social movement democratic, citizen, extremely and autonomous. It is defined as an association of defense and promotion of economic , political, social, civic and cultural rights of the groups and individuals, without racial, ethnic, linguistic, religious, sexual etc dintinction.

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Asian Development Bank

Asian Development Bank official website

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Astha Children Care Home (RCCO)

Rehabilitation Centre for Children & Orphans (RCCO), Kathmandu, Nepal was founded to act as a non-profit, child development organization. It was set up to foster full and harmonious development of children’s personality. The founder of RCCO has two years experience dealing with the children whose family are the victims of violence, trotures, murders, abduction and looting of the so-called ‘Conflict and War’. RCCO, since its inception, has been helping these children in terms of their welfare and rehabilitation into the society.

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Barcelona 1999

what countryside? what food? what agriculture for Europe? - for an European public debate

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Borderlands Cooperative

Borderlands Cooperative is a non-profit organisation involved in community, social and international development, ecological sustainability and social justice.

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Building Bridges and Dialogue, Traveling Seminar 2005

This project is funded and coordinated by the Charles-Léopold Mayer Foundation, a private Franco-Swiss foundation. It is part of a global effort, by the foundation, to increase its ties around the world with other funders and partners, as well as engage in frequent dialogues with individuals and groups who share its vision that a globalized world needs global solutions and concerted efforts to think together about the problems that we face today and will have to confront tomorrow.

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Canadian Professional Fish Harvesters

The Canadian Council of Professional Fish Harvesters (CCPFH) is a non-profit organization founded in 1995. The Council’s mission is to ensure that fish harvesters have appropriate knowledge, skills and commitment to meet the human resource needs of the Canadian fishery of the future.

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Care For India

Care for India was set up as a nonprofit website whose purpose is to aggregate information about the many issues impacting India’s development as well as the various initiatives taken by private citizens, the government and NGOs to tackle each of these issues. The purpose of Care for India is to make it easier for each of us who cares for India to understand her problems and be able to help.

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CEMR - Council of European Municipalities and Regions

CEMR is the largest European association of local and regional authorities. Its main aims are to promote local and regional self-government and democracy, to influence EU legislation, to help share local and regional experience.

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Centre d’Animation Paysanne et d’Action Communautaire

Information Web site for the CAPAC, a non-profit organization for community action and facilitation founded in 2004 in the rural community Petite Rivière de l’Artibonite (Haiti).

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Centre Français d’Information sur les Entreprises (CFIE)

The CFIE, French Center for Information on Enterprises, is devoted to promoting the ethical, social, environmental, and societal dimensions in the strategy of enterprises, to analyzing the implementation of corporate responsibility, and to stimulating relations between enterprises and their stakeholders, including shareholders.

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Charter of Human Responsibilities Quebec/Canada

Canada-Quebec regional Web site of the Charter of Human Responsibilities

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