Nonprofit association that aims to promote transparency and accountability in the management of state resources in the Dominican Republic.
Human-rights collective which uses art, education and policy as social justice tools in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. This organization strives to commemorate, collaborate and continue the legacy of hope and justice.
Nonprofit organization created in order to promote institutional strengthening, citizen empowerment, local development, community participation and transparency.
Organization whose mission is to contribute to the construction of a just, equitable, participatory and democratic society, based on the fulfillment of the right to the city, in a healthy habitat and safe housing, as a guarantee for the dignified life of the population.
Institution founded on the basis of international relations in order to educate and promote human rights in the Dominican Republic.
Institution made up of qualified and productive men and women, who seek to provide solutions to social problems that lead to the strengthening of the State-Society relationship, under an efficient system characterized by the excellence of its work based on the best ideals of the nation.
Non-profit institution that, supported by the principles of solidarity, equity, shared effort and participatory democracy, facilitates processes and accompanies the social actors of the communities in which it intervenes so that they are active subjects in the construction of collective well-being. It develops projects aimed at strengthening the advocacy capacity of civil society organizations, participatory municipal management, promoting transparency and training for civil society organizations and municipalities on issues related to local development.
Nonprofit institution whose main objective preventing domestic and gender violence.
Organization that promotes access to information, and citizens collaboration and participation, contributing to improve public management, transparency and the increase of society confidence in the Public Administration.
Non-profit civil association created to promote the development, access, and open and universal use of the Internet; And encourage the study and adoption of new information and communication technologies for the benefit of Dominican society.
Private civil association created to promote development, access; open and universal use of the Internet; and encourage the study and adoption of new information and communication technologies for the benefit of Dominican society.
The Observatory is dedicated to building a comprehensive and long-term perspective on the dynamics of Caribbean migrants, contributing to the development of fair immigration policies and its proper implementation, and strengthening the capacities of key groups of civil society that work the issue of human mobility and human development.
Social research team that auscultate the Dominican sociopolitical reality systematically and permanently, in order to build and disseminate knowledge, to help raise the quality of national political debate and impact the quality of public policies.
Center for Reflection, encounter and solidarity which strive for democracy and and works to address discrimination, social exclusion and prejudice.
Non-partisan civic movement, of pressure, agreement and connection of the social sphere with the public powers. It is constituted with the purpose of promoting articulation within civil society and to encourage the participation of citizens in order to achieve the political, institutional and democratic reforms required by the republic and a fair and balanced social development.
Nonpartisan Civic Movement, whose purpose is the empowerment of Dominicans living in the Dominican Republic without forgetting the responsibility of those who for one reason or another immigrated to the United States. Aimed to encourage the development of the Dominicans in the economic, political, cultural and educational sector.
Institution aimed at ensuring respect and fairness to the Dominican trans community.
Open organization with no party affiliation. It is voluntarily made up of Dominican leaders, professionals, executives, businessmen, communicators, academics, and citizens with experience in various areas and sectors. We believe that we all have the opportunity to contribute to a change in order to have a different government that does things well, thinking of the interests of all and not of a few.