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Wolters Kluwer

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A global company that provides information, software, and services. Customers are legal, business, tax, accounting, finance, audit, risk, compliance, and healthcare professionals. Publish a large range of healthcare journals.

The Centre for Research into Autism and Education (CRAE)


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UCL Institute of Education
University College London
55-59 Gordon Square
London, WC1H 0NU

The Centre for Research in Autism and Education (CRAE) is a partnership between the UCL Institute of Education, the leading centre for education and social research in the UK, and Ambitious about Autism, the national charity for autistic children and young people. They conduct groundbreaking scientific research to enhance knowledge about interventions, education and outcomes for autistic children, young people and adults.

Together 2030

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Together 2030 is a global, action-oriented initiative aiming to generate and share knowledge on the implementation and accountability of the2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals, and project the voices of different civil society and stakeholders around the world on the challenges and opportunities of implementing this Agenda. Together 2030 was set up in December 2015 as a self-organized civil society initiative to promote national implementation and track progress of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

The Unifying Vision: The commitments of the 2030 Agenda are made a reality, with civil society contributing in a meaningful way.

Together 2030 is about creating and strengthening capacities. Together 2030 aims at contributing to overcoming the huge disparities within the capacities of civil society organizations all over the world, and to support civil society to play a full and meaningful role in the implementation and follow up of Agenda 2030 at all levels.
Together 2030 is about action. As an action-oriented initiative, Together 2030 focus on ensuring that civil society organizations and stakeholders are able to share knowledge and experiences of implementation and accountability; work together on global, regional and national advocacy and track whether commitments made on Agenda 2030 are effectively turned into action

The Core Group

The initiative was started by the following organisations:

CEPEI (Colombia); Justice, Development and Peace Commission – JDPC Ijebu-Ode (Nigeria); Philippine Social Enterprise Network (Philippines); Save Matabeleland (Zimbabwe); Sightsavers (Global); World Vision (Global).

Three organizations have been elected in 2017 to join the Together 2020 Core Group: Leonard Cheshire Disability (Global), Leading Women of Africa (Cameroon) and PACIFICWIN-YOUTH (New Zealand).


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TED Conferences, LLC
330 Hudson St.
11th Floor
New York, NY 10013

TED is a nonpartisan nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks. TED began in 1984 as a conference where Technology, Entertainment and Design converged, and today covers almost all topics — from science to business to global issues — in more than 110 languages. Meanwhile, independently run TEDx events help share ideas in communities around the world.

Tororo Women and Disabled Persons Development Initiative (TWADDI)


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Buganga Village, Ojilai Parish, Iyolwa sub county, Tororo District
C/O Iyolwa sub county

Vision: Empower marginalised category of people living in poor condition to obtain an improved status of living.

Mission: To fight discrimination, marginalisation, poverty through mobilisation and sensitisation as well as accessing economic training programmes and avail funding for development programmes at both local and regional levels.


FrameWorks Institute


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1333 H St NW Suite 700 West
Washington, DC 20005

The FrameWorks Institute mission is to advance the nonprofit sector's communications capacity by identifying, translating, and modelling relevant scholarly research to frame the public discourse on social problems. An independent nonprofit organization founded in 1999, FrameWorks has become known for its development of Strategic Frame Analysis ™, which roots communications practice in the cognitive and social sciences. FrameWorks designs, conducts, and publishes multi-method, multi-disciplinary communications research to empirically identify the most effective ways of reframing social and scientific topics


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OrCam Technologies Ltd. 13 Hartum St. Jerusalem, Israel
OrCam Inc. 1350 Broadway, Suite 1600 New York, NY 10018
OrCam UK Ltd. 60 Gresham St. London, United Kingdom

OrCam’s mission is to harness the power of artificial vision by incorporating pioneering technology into a wearable platform which improves the lives of individuals who are blind, visually impaired, have a reading disability or people with other conditions. The OrCam MyEye device provides a visual aid through a discreet, wearable platform and easy-to-use interface. An easy, unobtrusive fit on any eyeglass frame, OrCam’s conversion of visual information into the spoken word enables you to instantly and discreetly read text, recognize faces, as well as identify products and money notes.

Danish Demining Group (DDG)


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Borgergade 10, 3rd floor
1300 Copenhagen K

The Danish Demining Group (DDG) is a Humanitarian Mine Action and Armed Violence Reduction Unit within the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), operating in many of the most fragile and conflict-affected places in the world

UNICEF Malaysia


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United Nations Children’s Fund
Wisma UN, Block C, 2nd Floor
Kompleks Pejabat Damansara
Jalan Dungun, Damansara Heights
50490 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA

UNICEF collaborates with Malaysian partners in government, corporations or civil society organisations and are honoured to be part of Malaysia's journey to improve the lives of its children while developing the nation

Disability research and capacity development (DRD)


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311K8 7 street, KDTC Thu Thiem, Ward An Phu, District 2, HCMC

DRD supports disabled people and a network of disability groups in southern Vietnam. Activities include internships, training, awareness raising, employment, skills training, scholarships, assistive devices, information.

UN Women Training Centre

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Av. César Nicolás Penson, #102A,
La Esperilla Santo Domingo,
Dominican Republic 10108

The Training Centre is dedicated to supporting the UN and other stakeholders to realise commitments to gender equality, women’s empowerment and women’s rights through transformative training and learning. The eLearning Campus is a global and innovative online platform for training for gender equality. It is open to everybody interested in using training or learning as a means to advance gender equality, women’s empowerment and women’s rights. Training courses are available in self-paced, moderated, blended, face-to-face and customised formats. Resources include a library, glossary, training initiatives in the field and communities of practice 

Equal Measures 2030

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Equal Measures 2030 envisions a world where no girl or woman is invisible. 

They connect data and evidence with advocacy and action, helping to fuel progress towards gender equality. That means making sure girls’ and women’s movements, rights advocates and decision makers have easy-to-use data and evidence to guide efforts to reach the Global Goals by 2030.

Global Protection Cluster

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The Global Protection Cluster (GPC) is the main inter-agency forum at the global level for standard and policy setting as well as collaboration and overall coordination of activities supporting the protection response in complex and natural disaster humanitarian emergencies. In light of their specific expertise, certain agencies have agreed to serve as Focal Point Agencies for certain Areas of Responsibility (AORs) within the GPC: Child Protection (UNICEF), Gender-Based Violence (UNFPA/UNICEF), Land, Housing and Property (NRC/IFRC), Mine Action (UNMAS)


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