IRIS Actions / SMSI / Droits de l'homme - Human Rights

Shirin Ebadi as Civil Society Speaker for WSIS Tunis Opening Ceremony
Nominated on October 12, 2005 by WSIS CS Human Rights Caucus
List of CS supports, as of October 14, 2005

WSIS CS Thematic and Regional Caucuses:
  1. African Caucus (ACSIS: African Civil Society for the Information Society)
  2. Asia Pacific Family
  3. Community Media Working Group
  4. Cultural Diversity Caucus
  5. Disability Caucus
  6. Financing Mechanisms Working Group
  7. Gender Caucus
  8. Grassroots Caucus
  9. Health and ICT Working Group
  10. Human Rights Caucus
  11. Internet Governance Caucus
  12. Media Caucus
  13. North American & European Family
  14. Privacy and Security Working Group
  15. West-Asia Family
  16. Youth Caucus
Worldwide and Regional CS Organizations and Coalitions:
  1. AMARC (Association Mondiale des Radiodiffuseurs Communautaires), Worldwide
  2. APC (Association for Progressive Communications), Worldwide
  3. Article 19, Worldwide
  4. CMIC/WFCN (Carrefour Mondial de l'Internet Citoyen), Worldwide
  5. CMRTV (Conseil Mondial de la Radio Télévision), Worldwide
  6. The Conference of NGOs (CONGO Board), Worldwide
  7. CPSR (Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility), Worldwide
  8. EURAG (European Federation of Older Persons), Europe
  9. FIDH (Fédération Internationale des Ligues des Droits de l'Homme), Worldwide
  10. Front Line (International Foundation for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders), Worldwide
  11. HIVOS (Humanistisch Instituut voor Ontwikkelingssamenwerking), Worldwide
  12. IFLA (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions), Worldwide
  13. IFUW (International Federation of University Women), Worldwide
  14. Isis-WICCE (Isis-Women's International Cross Cultural Exchange), Worldwide
  15. IWTC (International Women's Tribune Centre), Worldwide
  16. OMCT (Organisation Mondiale Contre la Torture), Worldwide
  17. OneWorld International Foundation, Worldwide
  18. PEN Club, Worldwide
  19. SIGNIS (World Catholic Association for Communication), Worldwide
  20. Soroptimist International, Worldwide
  21. WBU (World Blind Union), Worldwide
  22. WPFC (World Press Freedom Committee), Worldwide
National CS Organizations and Coalitions:
  1. AFNET (Association Francophone des utilisateurs du Net), France
  2. Alliance Rights, Nigeria
  3. CAPDA (Consortium d'Appui aux Actions pour la Promotion et le Développement de l'Afrique), Cameroon
  4. CEFEPROD (Centre Féminin pour la Promotion du Développement), Cameroon
  5. Comunica-CH (Swiss CS Coalition for the Information Society), Switzerland
  6. CSDPTT (Coopération, Solidarité, Développement aux PTT), France
  7. Danish Institute for Human Rights, Denmark
  8. Disability Australia Ltd., Australia
  9. DR-DK (Digital Rights Denmark), Denmark
  10. FAMES (Forum des Femmes Africaines pour un Monde de l'Economie Solidaire), Senegal
  11. Fantsuam Foundation, Nigeria
  12. FFCWI (Foundation for Future Christian Workers International), Ghana
  13. GLOCOM (Center for Global Communications, International University of Japan), Japan
  14. House of Culture and Sustainable Development, Iran
  15. IGP (Internet Governance Project), USA
  16. IP Justice, USA
  17. IRIS (Imaginons un Réseau Internet Solidaire), France
  18. ISOC-BG (Internet Society of Bulgaria), Bulgaria
  19. ITeM (Instituto del Tercer Mundo), Uruguay
  20. IT for Change, India
  21. LDV (Lagos Digital Village), Nigeria
  22. LTDH (Ligue Tunisienne des Droits de l'Homme), Tunisia
  23. Norwegian PEN, Norway
  24. Open Forum of Cambodia, Cambodia
  25. Ouvaton, France
  26. Pain pour le prochain, Switzerland
  27. UDC (Union for Democratic Communications), USA/Canada
  28. UNA-ANUV (United Nations Association of Venezuela), Venezuela
  29. UNA-DK (Danish United Nations Association), Denmark
  30. UNOY (United Nations of Youth, Network Nigeria), Nigeria
  31. Vérité-Action, Switzerland
  32. Village Suisse ONG, Cameroon/Switzerland
In their individual capacity (only people whose organization is not listed, or who are participating in WSIS in their individual capacity):
  1. Vittorio Bertola, Italy
  2. Harold L. Burstyn, USA
  3. Elizabeth Carll, USA
  4. Larbi Chouikha, Tunisia
  5. Ababacar Diop, Senegal
  6. Avri Doria, USA
  7. Alex Gakuru, Kenya
  8. Jeanette Hofman, Germany
  9. Richard Jordan, USA
  10. Bertrand de La Chapelle, France
  11. Ken Lohento, Benin
  12. Françoise Massit-Folléa, France
  13. Lee W. McKnight, USA
  14. Linda D. Misek-Falkoff, USA
  15. Francis Muguet, France
  16. Tracey Naughton, South Africa
  17. Claudia Padovani, Italy
  18. Joseph Sarr, Senegal

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