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ACCEDE at the University of the Western Cape's School of Government focuses on issues of citizenship, democracy and development. It plays a key role in mobilizing scholars and resources toward a constructive but critical examination of the factors and policy environments that affect the development of a more inclusive citizenship in Africa.
Global Development Studies is a research-intensive teaching department at Queen's University, Canada, offering undergraduate and graduate programmes in the field of development studies.
AWN is a collective of water workers and activists in Africa working toward equitable access to water for all through active campaigns against policies of commercialization.
CESU at the University Mayor San Simón is a multidisciplinary research centre focusing on pressing current issues in the areas of development, economics, environment, and legal and political studies.
Focus on the Global South promotes critical analysis of national and international policies related to corporate-led globalization, neoliberalism and militarization through policy research, advocacy, activism and grassroots capacity building.
PHM is a global grassroots network of health workers, activists and academics advocating for health for all as an equitable, participatory and inter-sectoral movement and rights issue.
PSIRU at the University of Greenwich researches the privatization and restructuring of public services around the world, with a focus on water, energy, waste management, and health care.
Red Vida is an inter-American network of civil society groups uniting to defend the right to water.
EQUINET is a network of professionals, civil society members, policy makers, state officials and others within the Eastern and Southern African region working toward realizing shared values of equity and social justice in health.
SOAS at the University of London specializes in the study of Asia, Africa and the Near and Middle East.
TNI is an international network regrouping activist-scholars committed to critical analysis of global problems of today and tomorrow, with a view to providing intellectual support to those movements concerned to steer the world in a democratic, equitable and environmentally sustainable direction.
SIDGS contributes to the development of knowledge, research and public policy dealing with issues of international development and globalization.