Our partners

The Napoleons and the Napoleons Venture Philanthropy to support positive impact projects – IGG Laureate in 2021!

The Napoleons is a network and a professional social media, dedicated to actors united around virtuous and ethical, technological and social, political and entrepreneurial innovation. The network evolves both in the digital world and through the organization of events bringing together members of the community around innovative ideas and values, in France, Europe and internationally. 

The Napoleons Venture Philanthropy is the Napoleons’ new program for supporting positive impact projects. It supports initiatives that are socially innovative, inclusive and responsible, selected each year, as well as more urgent or one-off actions depending on current events. In 2021, IGG is among the Napoleons Venture Philanthropy Laureates, which has decided to value communication, mobilization or advocacy projects that advance effective equality between women and men. 

The IGG thanks the Napoleons for the financial support and the patronage of competence received from the professionals and all their networks.

More information on the Napoleons website.

¡BASTA YA! – a documentary about the collective struggle for reproductive rights in Latin America 

We are Julia and Marion, two 24-years-old feminists. From September to December 2020, we will travel to six countries in Latin America (Brasil, Uruguay, Argentina, Chili, El Salvador and Mexico), to meet the men and women that fight for the right to abortion, especially young women. Throughout diverse medium (papers, podcasts, documentaries and reports), we want to shed light on there actions and help making their voices and messages heard. Our goal is to sensitize the public and encourage the emergence of a global dynamic in favor of reproductive rights and a feminist french diplomacy taking into account the needs and demands of the people involved.

We are pleased to contribute to GGI’s “South America” department with the work we carried out as part of our research for ¡BASTA YA!.

For more information, please visit ¡BASTA YA! website and the affiliated Instagram and Facebook pages. You can also contact us by e-mail: bastaya.documentaire@gmail.com.

Same UTT – a student association supporting the LGBT+ community at the Université de Technologie de Troyes.

SAME is the place to exchange and share information about the LGBTQIA+ community at the Université de Technologies de Troyes. Obviously, everyone who is interested is welcome, whether they are a member or an ally of this community! We wish to create a safe place for the members of the community within our school, to awaken the knowledge of other students and to allow everyone to feel represented within our school.

To learn more, read the interview with their founding members!

Visit their Instagram and Facebook pages and contact them at same.utt@gmail.com

The ELYX Foundation – to make the 2030 Agenda a reality

The ELYX Foundation, under the aegis of the FACE Foundation, which is recognized as a public utility, was created in September 2018. The Foundation aims to create and disseminate the narrative of positive transitions whether they are ecological, social, cultural or technological. Thus, the Foundation accompanies public and/or private entities that wish to move from the era of Sustainable Development to that of Regeneration.

ELYX is currently the first and only digital ambassador of the United Nations. The foundation promotes the values of the United Nations and the Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda. 

As such, the ELYX Foundation has created the 10TOGO program, which deciphers the issues at stake in each international summit and shows how the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide solutions. Each chapter of the 10TOGO program offers perennial content, in open source, in digital form, posters, leaflets, video animations and school books, and a communication campaign.

More information on their website.

The Collectif Générations Féministes: inclusive, intergenerational and intersectional approach 

The Collectif Générations Féministes, an offshoot of the Génération(s) political movement, brings together more than fifty associations from an intersectional perspective in order to make the plurality of their voices heard at the Génération Égalité Forum. The Collective is composed of a secretariat, which brings together five associations: the Association d’Aide à l’Éducation de l’Enfant Handicapé – AAEEH, CARE France, Equipop, the Fonds pour les Femmes en Méditerranée and the Planning Familial.

The mobilization of Générations Féministes is part of a strategy of advocacy for the adoption of feminist approaches in the elaboration of public policies, the representation and participation of the most diverse feminist associations in the co-construction of the Génération Égalité Forum and the increase of funding for feminist associations.

Find the collective on its Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin pages.


Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB): advocating for democracy and human rights in Bahrain from the US

This NGO, created in 2002 around Bahraini American communities in the United States, raises awareness and supports democracy and human rights in Bahrain and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. ADHRB develops its activities around events, including publicizing speakers from the Bahraini American community and Bahrain to come to the United States to meet with legislators and U.S. government officials. 

It works closely with other NGOs such as Amnesty International, Freedom House, Human Rights Watch, Human Rights First, and the Project on Middle East Democracy (POMED), among others. ADHRB is developing its advocacy activities at the international level, in order to raise awareness of the human rights situation in Bahrain among UN officials, state representatives to the UN, and leaders of the European Parliament. All of its work is also aimed at supporting and protecting human rights defenders from the risks they face.

ADHRB is a member of the CIVICUS World Alliance for Citizen Participation and the IFEX Global Network for the Defense and Promotion of Freedom of Expression.

More information on the ADHRB website.