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ActionAid fights poverty by promoting the political empowerment of the world’s poor. Until 2012 ActiodAid was called NiZA (Netherlands Institute for southern Africa).
Fair Finance Guide Indonesia assesses 11 banks. It is a coalition of Prakarsa, Walhi, Indonesian Corruption Watch, International NGO Forum on Indonesian Development, Publish What You Pay Indonesia andYayasan Lembaga Konsumen Indonesia.
In Indonesie Fair Finance Guide Indonesia is called Responsibank.
Fair Finance Guide Japan (FFGJ) is a guide to Japan's 5 largest commercial banks. FFGJ is run by a network of non-profit organizations based in Japan: A SEED Japan, Japan Center for a Sustainable Environment and Society (JACSES) and Pacific Asia Resource Center (PARC).
The Fair Finance Guide Netherlands is a coalition of Amnesty International, FNV (a Dutch Trade Union), Friends of the Earth Netherlands (Milieudefensie), Oxfam Novib, PAX en World Animal Protection
Fair Finance Guide Norway assesses 15 Norwegian banks. It is a coalition of Forbrukerrådet and Framtiden i våre hender.
Forbrukerrådet is an independent organisation that assists consumers en that tries to nudge the government and companies into a more consumer friendly direction.
Framtiden i våre hender is Norway's biggest environment and solidarity organisation with moret than 25.000 members.
In Norway the Fair Finance Guide Norway is called Etisk Bankguide Norge.
Fair Finance Guide Sweden assesses 9 Swedish banks. It is an initiative of Sveriges Konsumenter, Amnesty International, Diakonia, Fair Action, Naturskyssdföreningen.
In Sweden the Fair Finance Guide Sweden is called Fair Finance Guide Sverige.
The Fair, Green and Global Alliance is an alliance of ActionAid Netherlands, Transnational Institute (TNI), the Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations (SOMO), Both Ends, Milieudefensie (Friends of the Earth Netherlands) and the Clean Clothes Campaign.
Fairfood is a campaign and lobby organisation that has no interest in making profit. Fairfood encourages the food (processing) industry to make its products more sustainable.
Finance Watch believes that finance should benefit everyone by bringing capital to productive use and without causing detriment to society as a whole.
Bont voor Dieren (Fur for Animals) is a Dutch animal protection organization dedicated to the rights and protection of all fur-bearing animals.
Greenpeace Australia is the Australian branch of Greenpeace, a large, international environmental organisation.
JACSES is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) conducting policy research.
In the Netherlands, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, companies, financial institutions, civil society organizations and knowledge institutes have repeatedly expressed the ambition that they want to contribute to the improvement of land governance. This has resulted in an initiative to organize the Dutch LANDdialogue (formerly the Land Governance Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue).
The Ministry promotes the Netherlands as a country of enterprise with a strong international competitive position and an eye for sustainability.
The Netherlands has 12 provincial nature and environment federations who protect a vital nature and healthy environment on the provincial level.
Netherlands Enterprise Agency stimulates companies in doing sustainable, agricultural, innovative and international business.
Partij voor de Dieren (Political party for the rights of animals), including The Nicolaas G. Pierson Foundation, their scientific bureau.
PAX means peace. Together with people in conflictareas and critical civilians in the Netherlands, Pax focuses on a humane, democratic and peaceful society, all over the world. Until 29 January the organisation was known as IKV Pax Christi.
The Dutch Heart Foundation fights cardiovascular diseases.
Wageningen Economic Research is part of Wageningen University & Research Centre. Wageningen Economic Research's mission is "To explore the potential of nature to improve the quality of life".
World Animal Protection (WAP) is promoting animal welfare. Its work is focused on four priority areas: companion animals, commercial exploitation of wildlife, farm animals, and disaster management. Until 2014 this organisation was known as World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA).