Commoning (Masha'eyyih), is a collective based in Beirut, creating connections and exchange between marginalized communities and activists, academics, and artists to create an open and accessible co-learning hub for social change.
Alarm Phone is a network of over 200 activists on both sides of the Mediterranean Sea. Alarm Phone maintains a 24/7 emergency phone hotline for people, mainly traveling by boat, en route to Europe. Alarm Phone fights for safe migration routes, freedom of movement and an end to border violence.
Plano Negativo: Colectivo de Investigación de Arquitectura Forense en Colombia is a collective of visual artists, architects, social scientists, earth scientists, designers, and artists who conduct collaborative investigations on human violence and environmental conflicts in Colombia and Latin America.
The Laab is a creative and critical research and action unit concerned with the relationships that artistic and cultural endeavors bear to politics.
ECCHR is an independent, non-profit legal and educational organization dedicated to enforcing civil and human rights worldwide.
Damj began its work by creating safe and secure spaces for the LGBTQI++ community in Tunisia, following a wave of arrests of LGBTQI++ community members in 2008.
Social choreographer Ernesto Pujol designs durational group performances as public portraits of peoples and places under threat. Pujol choreographs immersive cultural experiences across vast expanses, crafted with elements of walking and stillness, silence and minimal gestures.
Last Exit Kabul is a decentralized solidarity and direct action project created spontaneously by journalists, activists, and advocates with a shared sense of responsibility toward the Afghans left behind after the U.S. military withdrawal in August of 2021.