Meet our members
What unifies ACTION coalition members is our work to promote the right to information as a basic human right, necessary for the enjoyment of all other rights and critical for human development.
The list below includes organisational members:
Citizens for an Accountable and Transparent Society
Citizens for an Accountable and Transparent Society (CATS) is a pressure group campaigning for effective investigation of corruption cases. Its core value is based on the Namibian people’s democratic right to know.
Editors’ Forum of Namibia
The Editors’ Forum of Namibia (EFN) is a non-profit, non-governmental voluntary organisation comprising editors and senior journalists of Namibia’s print, broadcasting and online media. The EFN is committed to a programme of action to defend and promote freedom of expression and media, pluralism, independence and self-regulation.
Institute for Public Policy Research
The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR)’s mission is to deliver independent, analytical, critical yet constructive research into social, political and economic issues that affect development in Namibia. It was established in the belief that free and critical debate informed by quality research promotes development.
Internet Society Namibia (ISOC Namibia)
The Namibian chapter of the Internet Society is Africa’s 32nd Chapter of the Society. It works for an open and free Internet.
MyDigitalBridge Foundation is committed to enriching the lives of marginalised communities through equitable access to technology by facilitating and implementing appropriate private public sector initiatives in order to attain universal access and service and to act in an advisory capacity to relevant stakeholders.
Namibia Media Trust
The Namibia Media Trust (NMT) works to advance media freedom, freedom of expression and access to information in Namibia and beyond. It currently hosts the secretariat of the ACTION coalition.
Sister Namibia is a feminist and women’s rights organisation which has been a constant voice for women and women’s equality throughout the lifespan of independent Namibia.