- The Communication Rights in the Information Society (CRIS) Campaign, is a campaign to ensure that communication rights are central to the information society and to the World Summit to the Information Society (WSIS). The campaign is sponsored and supported by the Platform for Communication Rights, a group of NGOs involved in media and communication projects around the world.
- The US CRIS Campaign, is a node of the global CRIS network; a point of contact between communication rights activists in the USA and elsewhere; an initial 'umbrella' to bring together diverse US groups with common interest in communication rights; a spearhead for pressing forward a progressive voice on communication rights from within the US.
- The Association for Progressive Communications (APC), is a global network of non-governmental organisations whose mission is to empower and support organisations, social movements and individuals in and through the use of information and communication technologies to build strategic communities and initiatives for the purpose of making meaningful contributions to equitable human development, social justice, participatory political processes and environmental sustainability.
- The Heinrich Böll Foundation's foremost task is political education in Germany and abroad with the aim of promoting informed democratic opinion, socio-political commitment and mutual understanding. In addition the Heinrich Böll Foundation supports artistic and cultural as well as scholarly projects, and co-operation in the development field. The political values of ecology, democracy, gender democracy, solidarity and non-violence are our chief points of reference.
- Panos UK aims to illuminate and provide insights from developing countries into issues facing us globally; and to stimulate informed, enlightened discussion around such issues.
- Free Press, is a national nonpartisan organization working to increase informed public participation in crucial media policy debates, and to generate policies that will produce a more competitive and public interest-oriented media system with a strong nonprofit and noncommercial sector.
- The Center for International Media Action, is a nonprofit organization created to strengthen connections among grassroots organizers, public-interest advocates, activists and researchers focused on media policy and social justice.
- OURMedia/Nuestros Medios, is an emerging global network with the goal of facilitating a long-term dialogue between academics, activists, practitioners and policy experts around citizens’ media initiatives.
- AMARC, is an international non-governmental organization serving the community radio movement, with almost 3 000 members and associates in 106 countries. Its goal is to support and contribute to the development of community and participatory radio along the principals of solidarity and international cooperation.
- The European Digital Rights Initiative, is a coalition of groups working to defend civil rights in the information society, specifically regarding the internet, copyright and privacy in the European Union.
- Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility, is a public-interest alliance of computer scientists and others concerned about the impact of computer technology on society.
- The Danish Institute for Human Rights, is a national human rights institution in accordance with the UN Paris Principles, which became part of the Danish Centre for International Studies and Human Rights on January 1, 2003.
- Reclaim the Media, is a coalition of independent journalists, media activists and community organizers in the Pacific Northwest United States, promoting press freedom and community media access as prerequisites for a functioning democracy.