TAP Network “Partners” are organizations that take part in the substantive work of the TAP Network, and make explicit commitments to implementing SDG16 or towards accountability for the 2030 Agenda. In exchange for making these commitments, “Partners” enjoy an exclusive set of benefits and privileges, and can benefit from direct support from the TAP Network – both technical and financial.
The Accountability Lab makes governance work for people everywhere by supporting active citizens, responsible leaders and accountable institutions.
|Advocacy, Research, Training and Services (ARTS) Foundation|
ARTS Foundation aims to mainstream marginalized segments of society.
|African Law Foundation (AFRILAW)|
AFRILAW is a development law organization working to advance the rule of law.
African Monitor (AM) was founded in 2006 as an independent Pan African continental body to monitor development commitments, delivery as well as the impact on grassroots communities.
AfroLeadership is a CSO in Cameroon promoting the SDGs.
Aid Organization has been working to achieve the UN's SDGs in the southern region of Bangladesh.
|American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative|
ABA ROLI promotes justice through the rule of law.
|Angels in the Field|
Angels in the Field is a non-profit, humanitarian grassroots relief and development facilitator promoting transformed communities with assured sustainability.
ARTICLE 19 works globally to protect and promote the right to freedom of expression.
|Asia Dalit Rights Forum|
ADRF is a platform of Dalits and those working with Dalits in Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Japan, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka