Rich Mix is a hub for artists from a diverse array of countries, let alone backgrounds. Their aim is to be a place where the communities of the world, who are the citizens of East London and beyond, can come together to experience and make world class art and feel that it’s a place where they belong. They are committed to delivering excellent art to increasing and increasingly diverse audiences.
CreativeFuture is a nonprofit coalition of more than 520 companies and organizations and more than 160,000 individuals – from film, television, music, book publishing, photography, and other creative industries that speaks about the value of creativity, the importance of copyright in protecting creativity.
Caribbean Linked creates viable opportunities for young artists, writers, critics and creative activists to foster new relationships with a larger community, contributing to the holistic development of the creative industries. In addition, it provides the opportunity to link with industry professionals who facilitate access to wider global conversations for the region’s practitioners, while allowing the artists to create work, exchange ideas and participate in larger dialogues around art production.
UNICEF’s Office of Innovation works with partners– and through UNICEF’s network of global problem solvers – to tackle the big challenges and take advantage of the big opportunities facing the world’s children.
Since 2005, Google.org has worked to bring the best of Google to nonprofit innovators who are committed to creating a world that works for everyone. They look for nonprofit innovators who understand the needs of marginalized and vulnerable populations in their own communities– and around the world.
The Welcome Board is a project supporting those who work in the field of music and have fled or migrated to the federal state of Lower Saxony in Germany. It creates spaces that support a wide range of diverse musical cultures and creative collaborations.
Designer Island is a Caribbean Creative Collaboration in search of understanding the Modern Caribbean Aesthetic. It seeks out and collaborates with talented creatives throughout the Caribbean and across various fields by presenting thoughtfully written interviews, profiles, and stories.
LATRA innovation labs develop collaborative multidisciplinary open source projects, that bring together designers, makers, producers, entrepreneurs and change-makers to work in humanitarian workshops in S. Africa, UK and Greece. Their creative projects aim to inspire and empower young refugees to become tomorrow’s change-making entrepreneurs.
b.creative brings together a global community of around 2200 creative entrepreneurs, networks and associations throughout the world to network, exchange ideas, and share projects. It facilitates the convergence of various artistic and creative competences, technical, scientific and entrepreneurial skills in order to generate social and economic innovation.
The Everyday Projects uses photography to challenge stereotypes that distort our understanding of the world. They are creating new generations of storytellers and audiences that recognize the need for multiple perspectives in portraying the cultures that define us.
upgration.de is an online magazine and a platform for projects and knowledge. In addition to journalistic and artistic content from the co-working space, our online platform offers various partners and actors space for content that shows perspectives on a diverse society. upgration.de makes the knowledge of all partners available to learn from each other. With a variety of content, the network has set itself the goal of making the upgrade experience through migration.
CatchLight is a San Francisco Bay Area-based non-profit dedicated to visual storytelling and the power of photography to drive social change. They serve as a transformational force, urgently bringing resources and organizations together to help photographers of all levels tell visual stories that have social impact.
Reclaim is an alliance of The Everyday Projects, Native, Majority World, Women Photograph, and Minority Report: five organizations committed to amplifying the voices of underrepresented photographers and decolonizing the photojournalism industry.
The Native Foundation connects emerging journalists, documentary makers and visual storytellers from underrepresented regions and communities with major publications and introduces them to a global audience.
Stance Podcast is an independent arts, culture and current affairs podcast exploring diverse, global perspectives. Presented as a transatlantic conversation between broadcasters, Chrystal Genesis in London and Heta Fell in San Francisco, Stance aims to inform, entertain and inspire action. A new episode is released on the 1st of every month.
One Fine Day was founded in 2008 following a fateful encounter with photographer Bee Gilbert. Bee and Andrew Birkin, had started the London based foundation ANNO’S AFRICA in 2006 in memory of their son Anno, with the conviction that every child has creative potential worthy of expression.
Magnum Foundation expands creativity and diversity in documentary photography, activating new audiences and ideas through the innovative use of images. Through grantmaking, mentoring, and creative collaborations, they partner with socially engaged imagemakers experimenting with new models for storytelling.