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The Association of Conscious Consumers
The Association of Conscious Consumers (ACC) works towards developing proactive communities of individuals to base their consumer decisions with increased awareness, supplementing the usual price-quality considerations with other considerations, such as the environmental and social performance of the manufacturer of a given product, the ecological features thereof or the health related to its consumption.
Website: www.tudatosvasarlo.hu

 

Cividep
Cividep-India has helped workers organise, studied the effects of corporate activities on communities and the environment and campaigned with many other organisations and individuals for workers' rights and corporate accountability. 
Website: www.cividep.org/

 

DanWatch
DanWatch is an analytical research centre and an in-depth journalistic watchdog that creates new agendas by documenting the consequences of Danish and multinational companies' investments, spendings, trade and production abroad. DanWatch focuses on sustainable consumption, human rights and labour rights, the environment, conflicts and corruption. DanWatch is managed by a foundation and is independent of any political, governmental and private interests. 
Website: www.danwatch.dk

 

Fair Trade Center

A Swedish non-governmental organisation (NGO). We have been promoting fair trade with developing countries since 1996. Our intention is to increase consumer and company awareness of social and environmental responsibility. 
Website: www.fairtradecenter.se

 

Finnish Association for Nature Conservation

Suomen luonnonsuojeluliitto, the SLL is the largest non-governmental organization for environmental protection and nature conservation in Finland. Its objectives include the promotion of sustainable production and consumption patterns and the protection of biodiversity. Website: www.sll.fi/

 

FinnWatch

FinnWatch collects, analyses and spreads information on the consequences
of Finnish companies’ operations on human and labour rights and the
environment in developing countries. FinnWatch is a network of seven
organisations: Service Centre for Development Cooperation (Kepa),
Finnish Association for Nature Conservation, Central Organisation of
Finnish Trade Unions (SAK), Finnish Confederation of Salaried Employees
(STTK), Trade Union Solidarity Centre of Finland (SASK), Consumers and
Friends of the Earth Finland. 
Website: http://www.finnwatch.org

 

Germanwatch
Germanwatch is a non-governmental organisation promoting North-South equity and the preservation of livelihoods. We observe and analyse politics and economics of the North with their worldwide consequences and interfere towards sustainable development. We work on climate protection, world trade, development policies, the financial sector and corporate accountability.
Website: http://www.germanwatch.org/

 

Pro Ethical Trade Finland

Pro Ethical Trade Finland is a politically and ideologically non-aligned NGO whose mission is to promote fair and ecologically sustainable world trade. At the core of the activities of Pro Ethical Trade Finland lie the local groups already operating in more than ten towns. Various civic activities include the arranging of study groups, tasting stalls and different campaigns, in addition to which Pro Fair Trade Finland has arranged concerts, photo exhibitions and seminars. Pro Ethical Trade Finland also organises national training and cooperative events.
Website: http://www.eetti.fi

 

SOMO

The Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations (SOMO) is an independent, not-for-profit research and network organisation working on social, ecological and economic issues related to sustainable development. Since 1973, the organisation investigates multinational corporations and the consequences of their activities for people and the environment around the world.
Website: www.somo.nl

 

SwedWatch

A non-governmental organisation whose task is to critically examine Swedish business relations with developing countries focusing on environmental and social concerns. SwedWatch consists of five member organisations: The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation, Church of Sweden, Education for Aid Activities, Friends of the Earth Sweden and Fair Trade Center. SwedWatch is financed by the Swedish Development Aid Agency, Sida.
Website: www.swedwatch.org

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