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Index on Censorship

Index on Censorship was founded in 1972 by a dedicated team of writers, journalists and artists to take to the page in defence of the basic human right of free expression. Today Index on Censorship continues to log free expression abuses in scores of countries world wide in its Index section, reported on censorship issues from all over the world and has added to the debates on those issues.
Its website publishes news, reports and special features regarding freespeech all over the world. is a virtual network that links the freedom of information movements as they struggle for greater openness.
Its website contains information on freedom of information laws and how they were drafted and implemented, including how various provisions have worked in practice. It is the online institutional memory of freedom of information campaigns throughout the world.

Publish What You Pay

Publish What You Pay is a campaign which aims to help citizens of resource-rich developing countries hold their governments accountable for the management of revenues from the oil, gas and mining industries. It is a coalition of over 280 NGOs worldwide which call for the mandatory disclosure of the payments made by oil, gas and mining companies’ to all governments for the extraction of natural resources.
The resources section of the site offers information on measuring transparency, toolkits, materials and publications and gives detailed information on the coalition’s objectives. The website is available in French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Russian, Azeri and Bahasa Indonesia.


Panos London was established in 1986 as a UK registered charity. Since 1996, Panos London has set up a network of regional offices in Southern Africa, Eastern Africa and South Asia. Panos aims to ensure that the perspectives of the people whose lives are most affected by development (mainly the poor and marginalised) are included within decision-making and that decisions are subject to their scrutiny and debate. Panos’ job is to make the immensely complex issues facing developing countries accessible and understandable, to provide information that people can trust, and to open up opportunities for different perspectives to be heard.
The website holds case studies, daily news bulletins, journalist briefs, reports and lists of publications.

Article 19

Founded in 1987, ARTICLE 19 is an international human rights organisation which defends and promotes freedom of expression and freedom of information all over the world.
The website holds an online library of publications and a legal analyses section.

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