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We have collected large lists of activist organisations in Europe that were publicly available on the internet (700+ email addresses). Because of privacy concerns, we cannot share these contact details on our website. However, in certain circumstances, we can share a portion of this database with you. For example:
You are organising a climate protest in a certain city and you would like to contact all climate activist related organisations in that particular city.
You are a researcher looking into the kinds of social justice movements that exist in Europe.
Contact us to see if we can help you. We have contact details for (local departments of) the following organisations:
Climate movements such as Fridays for Future and Extinction Rebellion
European political (youth) organisations, such as FYEG and all its national and regional member organisations
Various human rights, women's rights and social justice organisations
The list below is still quite short, but this might (hopefully) change in the future. We will need to start organising all activists movements on this website better. For example, we could make categories for "environmental movements" and a "LGBTQ+ movements".
Federation of Young European Greens (FYEG): "FYEG is the European umbrella organisation for Young Green organisations from all over the continent, from Georgia to Ireland and from Cyprus to Norway. Our 36 member organisations comprise various backgrounds: local ecological groups, student unions, youth wings of Green parties and Green Youth NGOs. In addition, we are also the independent, official youth wing of the European Green Party (EGP)."
Extinction Rebellion (XR): "Extinction Rebellion is a global environmental movement with the stated aim of using nonviolent civil disobedience to compel government action to avoid tipping points in the climate system, biodiversity loss, and the risk of social and ecological collapse." - Wikipedia