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.
|Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI)|
CHRI works for the realisation of human rights across Commonwealth countries.
|Dalit Welfare Association (DWA)|
Dalit Welfare Association (DWA) aims at empowering, educating and organizing the community.
|Desh Seba Sangstha|
Desh Seba Sangstha aids the needy poor peoples of Bangladesh.
|Development & Integrity Intervention Goal Foundation|
DIG Foundation works towards ensuring a peaceful and democratic Nigeria.
|Documentation and Information Network for Indigenous Peoples’ Sustainability (DINIPS)|
DINIPS supports efforts to protect Indigenous Peoples, lands, languages, laws, livelihoods, and cultures.
|Economic Empowerment and Human Rights Sierra Leone|
EEHRSL focuses on the promotion, protection and the advancement of women and girl’s rights in rural Sierra Leone.
|Economic Justice Network Sierra Leone|
EJN-SL is a coalition of civil society organizations, academics and other interested actors in Sierra Leone and beyond.
Friendship aims to strengthen marginalized communities.
|Global Forum for Media Development (GFMD)|
The GFMD’s core value is to support the creation and strengthening of journalism.