• The Lantos Foundation for Human Rights and Justice was formed to preserve the incredible legacy of the late Congressman Tom Lantos, an ardent champion for human rights, to carry, in his words, "the noble banner of human rights to every corner of the world."

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  • Founded in 1993, Venice Arts is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to ignite, expand, and transform the lives of Los Angeles’ low-income youth through photography and film education. 

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  • UN Women - UNSC LA Chapter, formally known as 'The Greater Los Angeles Chapter of the US National Committee for UN Women,' is an inclusive and multi-community based effort to support UN Women. 

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  • GlobalGirl Media (GGM) develops the voice and media literacy of teenage girls and young women, ages 14-22, in under-served communities by teaching them to create and share digital journalism designed to improve scholastic achievement, ignite community activism and spark social change.

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  • The Building Bridges Art Exchange (BBAX) mission is dedicated to cultivating cultural understanding through the arts. We work to engage local communities and contemporary artists across the globe by facilitating workshops, educational programs, traveling exhibitions, international art exchanges and artist residencies.


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  • The Domari Society of Gypsies in Jerusalem was founded in 1999 by the society's directer Amoun Sleem. It was established in response to severe discrimination, cultural marginalization and poverty directed towards the Dom (Gypsy) community. 

     

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  • Genera supports the filmmaking industry across the world by offering grants of up to £5,000 per quarter to filmmakers whilst taking no creative control.

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  • Kinoclan [NGO] is an ensemble of Israeli writers, artists and film professionals working together for over a decade. It aims to create and promote works of art in various media, representing the feminine experience as seen through women’s eyes.

  • The European Independent Film Festival (ÉCU) is Europe's premier event for independent film. Since 2006, ÉCU has been forging the path for the most daring, creative, and pioneering independent filmmakers.

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  • Challenge to Change is ​the Middle East’s first Mental Wellness Network for women. It aims at creating a platform for women to cope with life challenges and gain mental wellbeing through a wealth of resources, guidance, mentoring, and structured personal development programs. Equipping women with life skills and personal growth opportunities will enhance their positive contribution to society, as individuals, mothers and future leaders.

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  • The Visionary Woman, a media network ahead of the curve, has bridged the gap among women desiring their purpose and women living in their purpose.  

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  • SIMA celebrates social-documentary storytelling of excellence, screens films in communities and classrooms worldwide, and connects international audiences and organizations with the best global impact cinema.

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