This page will aim to gather information about the different networking efforts and contacts to like-minded communities in regard to the EU Policy project. A partnership could be anything from just exchanging ideas to common interest representation efforts.
Electronic Frontier FoundationEdit
Open Society FoundationsEdit
Creative Commons BelgiumEdit
The mere fact that our content is licensed under CC gives us a permanent, common standpint on a large variety of topics. While the exact in manner of cooperation is open to debate and consensus both sides can surely continue to help each other as in the past.
- I have contacted their public lead Yannick and they are indeed interested in working with us. Their background in law makes them furthermore a very valuable partner. We in turn provide them with publicity and a mass of licensed content. Perhaps it would be a good idea to contact other chapters? --Dimi z (talk) 18:19, 20 December 2012 (UTC)
Open Knowledge FoundationEdit
- I will contact their Belgium office in January. Their local chapter is very active and we would have common values and interests. --Dimi z (talk) 18:19, 20 December 2012 (UTC)
European Digital Rights (EDRi) is joint effort by 32 privacy and civil rights organisations from across Europe to protect civil rights in the digital age. Their office is in Brussels and although they refrain from lobbying themselves they support their members by releasing a newsletter as well as a numerous papers and other informational material.
Constant is a non-profit artist organisation in Brussels dedicated to promoting free and open software and knowledge. It strives to promote copyright alternatives to creators.
La Quadrature du NetEdit
Coalition for Open EducationEdit
- Coalition for Open Education - coalition of 22 organizations - advocacy group towards free licensed open educational resources creation. I am currently a head of this organization Polimerek.