We work with a variety of organisations at European and international levels to support and broaden our work.
Take a look at our different types of partners below!
Civil Society Europe
European Civic Forum is a founding member of Civil Society Europe – the European coordination for civil society organisations. Civil Society Europe brings together 22 European networks of civil society organisations to facilitate and enable dialogue between European civil society organisations and policy-makers and help strengthen CSOs in their activities and relations with the institutions.
Civicus Monitor is a global platform, monitoring developments in civic space and civil liberties across the world. At ECF, we have a strong relationship with CIVICUS, collaborating on research, holding joint events and providing regular updates for CIVICUS Monitor through our own Civic Space Watch platform.
Led by Nyt Europa, this EU-funded project aims to use art to increase awareness of EU fundamental rights and empower people to act, engage and vote. The consortium also includes ECF and its members the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) and Democracy International.
Led by Novact, this new project aims to promote a thriving civic space to uphold fundamental rights in the EU. Our project partners include Fundacja Uniwersyteckich Poradni Prawnych (Poland), and our members Arci (Italy), la Ligue des droits de l’homme (France) and PIC (Slovenia).
Monitoring Action for Civic Space (MACS)
European Civic Forum recieves a grant from the European Union under the Citizens, Equalities, Rights and Values programme.
Open Society Foundations
European Civic Forum recieves a grant from the Open Society Foundations.
European Civic Forum recieves a grant from Civitates.