Friends of One World Media
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The African Foundation for Development aims to enhance & expand the contribution of the Diaspora to Africa's development through enterprise development, diaspora engagement, remittances, policy and research.
BRITDOC is a non-profit film foundation supported by Channel 4, Bertha Foundation and PUMA.Creative, empowering documentary filmmaking by enabling great films with global ambition.
The Center for International Media Assistance is dedicated to improving U.S. efforts to promote independent media in developing countries around the world.
The Commonwealth Journalists Association brings journalists - be they in print, broadcasting or online - from all 54 countries of the Commonwealth of Nations together, widening their professional contacts and horizons.
Commonwealth Writers is the cultural initiative of the Commonwealth Foundation. It inspires, develops and connects writers and storytellers in a range of disciplines. It builds communities of less-heard voices and links them to groups which seek to bring about social change.
Creative Skillset is the industry body which supports skills and training for people and businesses to ensure the UK creative industries maintain their world class position.
The Documentary Filmmakers Group is an independent body formed of industry professionals working to provide high level training, consultancy, resources and opportunities for documentary filmmakers in the UK and throughout the world.
Dochouse is London's only year-round documentary film festival. Bringing outstanding documentaries to London cinemas to inform, inspire, and satisfy doc-lovers across the capital.
ESoDoc brings together documentary filmmakers, NGO film practitioners and new media operators who want to work in the areas of human rights and environmental protection.
The Frontline Club promotes engagement and dialogue on international affairs, champions independent journalism and provides a diverse range of training for journalists and other media workers through its extensive programme of debates, screenings and workshops.
Hatch Events produce cultural arts events, training events and experiential events ranging from conferences, festivals, arts programmes and launches to seminars.
The International Broadcasting Trust is an educational and media charity working to promote high quality broadcast and online coverage of the developing world.
The Independent Cinema Office is the national organisation for the development and support of independent film exhibition in the UK. They exist to bring a wider range of films to a wider range of audiences.
Internews Europe is an international development organisation specialising in supporting independent media, freedom of information and free expression around the globe.
The Innovation in Development Reporting Grant Programme is a media-funding project operated by the European Journalism Centre. The grant programme aims to advance creative reporting approaches, thus enabling a better coverage of international development issues.
Let’s All Be Free is a cross-platform initiative that encourages individuals all over the world to seek out free lives through the exploration and celebration of the many expressions that can lead to that freedom.
The Media Society is unique in bringing together people who work in all parts of the media – radio, television, newspapers, magazines, new media, academia, media law, PR and independent media companies.
The National Council for the Training of Journalists is the industry's charity that delivers the premier training scheme for journalists in the UK. We provide a world-class training system that develops current and future journalists for the demands of a fast-changing multimedia industry.
ODI (The Overseas Development Institute) is the UK's leading independent think tank on international development and humanitarian issues.
Open City Docs is where the next generation of filmmaker is nurtured and celebrated. They deliver films screenings and live events, training programmes and projects throughout the year including Open City Docs Fest, MyStreet and Open City Docs School.
Pact is the UK trade association representing and promoting the commercial interests of independent creative content producers.
Publish What You Fund is a not-for-profit organisation that campaigns for aid transparency – more and better information about aid.
Sheffield Doc/Fest is a film festival, industry programme and marketplace offering pitching opportunities, discussion panels and masterclasses, as well as a wealth of inspirational documentary films from across the globe.
Womankind Worldwide is an international women’s rights charity working to help women transform their lives in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Women in Film & Television is the leading membership organisation for women working in creative media in the UK, and part of an international network of over 10,000 women worldwide.
Women in Journalism is a networking, campaigning, training and social organisation for women journalists who work across all the written media, from newspapers and magazines to digital media.