“Our Participation Advocacy” NGO
Contribute to the development of society by building the capacity of individuals and non-governmental organizations and supporting their initiatives and participation in the welfare of society
“Women in the 21 st Century” NGO
WOMEN OF THE 21ST CENTURY ”NGO was established in 2002 to support women in intellectual and artistic work and to help low-income women who are unable to find employment due to unemployment. , is a non-partisan, non-governmental organization. Due to our regular activities in rural areas, we organized 8 trainings to support employment to reduce poverty in Tarialan soum of Uvs aimag, which involved more than 1,500 women, and organized 4 forums for women farmers.
In order to make its activities more comprehensive and effective, our organization has joined the Human Rights NGO Forum, the Mongolian Women's Association, and MONFEMNET, a member of the National Network, to work for gender equality, women's rights, violence against violence, human rights, democracy, and social justice.
THE 21ST CENTURY The NGO has eight board members, all of whom are women leaders in the field.
MISSION: We have a mission to support women artists and work together to make a positive impact on society through the arts.
“DemoCrazy Youth Center” NGO
DemoCrazy aims to promote human rights, freedoms, gender equality and democratic values, a culture of social justice, and to promote youth personal development, democracy, civic education, and creative participation. "Let's raise our hands for our rights!" The center was established by the participants of the youth campaign and aims to create a youth movement based on active and creative participation, which can have a profound positive impact on society, as a multi-faceted representative of building a fair, humane and democratic society where men and women have equal human rights. All activities are aimed at helping young people become more self-confident, more sensitive to human rights, freedoms and gender, educated in civics and democracy, able to protect their own and others' rights, resolve issues peacefully and creatively, and be self-critical.
“Kazakh Women’s “Arular” Union”NGO
The Kazakh Women’s “Arular” Union was established in 2006 to promote the national language and culture to future generations and to preserve its unique traditions. The purpose of the union is to improve the social participation of Kazakh women, to reveal their talents, to make their voices heard at the appropriate level, and to promote exemplary women to the public. In order to achieve this goal, the union regularly publishes the magazine "Ару жулдыздар (Aru Zhuldyzdar)".
“Liberal Women’s Brain Pool” NGO
Since its establishment in 1992, LWBP has expanded to 21 aimags in Mongolia, with more than 9,000 members. The highest governing body of the LWBP is the Conference, which has a Board of Directors (9 members), a Supervisory Board (5 members) and an Executive Office with 3 full-time staff members responsible for ensuring policy during the Democratic Quarter. Main programs:
- Women's Leadership and Decision Making Program
- Women's Economic Capacity Building Program
- Local development support program
- Monitoring program
- Capacity building program
““Princess” Center for Protecting Girls’ and Young Women’s Rights” NGO
The PRINCESS Center for the Rights of Girls and Young Women was established in 2003 as a non-profit, non-governmental organization.
The Princess Center works to protect the rights of adolescent girls, boys and young women, provide them with socio-psychological counseling, empower them through social working services, and prevent adolescents from potential problems.
“Oyu Tolgoi Watch” NGO
Oyu Tolgoi Monitoring is a non-profit organization dedicated to monitoring compliance with the extractive industries, protecting human rights, restoring violated rights, and conducting research, training, and advocacy. As part of its mission to protect human rights and the environment, the implementation of the Oyu Tolgoi Investment Agreement (IA) and the harmonization of mining and foreign-invested business activities with the Constitution of Mongolia on human rights and environmental protection and international law monitors, prosecutes violations, and restores fairness.
“Women for Change” NGO
Founded in October 2010 on the initiative and volunteerism of young women. Mission: To lead the creation of a society free of human dignity and human rights-based violence. During this process, human rights-sensitive, self-reliant, self-confident and freedom-loving young people, including young women, can develop and become free and open, to create an environment like fertile soil and to expand their reach.
“Center for Human Rights and Development” NGO
Introduction: The Center for Human Rights and Development is a non-profit, non-governmental organization established in 1998 by human rights activists and lawyers. We currently have:
- Anti-human trafficking program
- Human Rights Advocacy Program
- And has three main programs: a community-based development program.
In addition to these core programs, specific activities are being carried out to strengthen national human rights mechanisms, increase the efficiency of formal development loans and assistance, increase the role of civil society in development, and effectively use international human rights mechanisms.
We specialize in human rights, legal advocacy, advocacy, monitoring, research, development of recommendations, dissemination of information, training and discussions, publication of books and manuals, networking with domestic and foreign organizations, and public campaigns. We are organizing, mobilizing and empowering local people.
The Center for Human Rights and Development has 5 board members, 9 executives, and 2 contractors in charge of office equipment and cleaning. The South Australian Young Prime Minister Program, the International Senior Lawyers Project, and the Norwegian Foreign Ministry's Fredskorpset Foundation for South-South Youth Exchange The program employs foreign volunteers and consultants.
“National Center against Violence” NGO
The National Center Against Violence is an independent, ensure the natural right of human dignity, security, inviolability and independence from anyone, non-partisan, non-religious, non-profit NGO. Founded in 1995, it is the first of its kind in Mongolia to combat sexual and domestic violence against women and children. The NCAV works nationwide through a combination of services and advocacy, reaching out to the public through its 19 branches and 7 shelters.
“Women Leaders Foundation” NGO
The Women's Leadership Foundation was established in 2000 to promote women's political participation and protect the rights of girls and women.
Mission: The Women's Leadership Foundation promotes women's leadership in promoting gender equality and contributes to the training, education and empowerment of strong, empowered and leading women leaders in all sectors of society and at all levels of government. Ensuring equal participation of women, improving leadership in good governance, developing and implementing gender concepts, sensitive laws and policies, human resources, capacity and opportunities, and promoting gender equality in public life, family, public policy and social issues. It contributes to the reduction of poverty and the suppression of violence.
“Men-Healthy Family Center” NGO
It was established in 2005 and started its operations. Our goal is to help the vulnerable, such as the homeless, and those who have moved from rural areas to urban areas, to recover from alcoholism, to build a sense of purpose and belief, and to acquire a profession. Also, contribute to the prevention and suppression of domestic and gender-based violence by changing inequalities in power among men, stereotypes that promote violence, and negative cultural norms.
“Beautiful hearts” NGO
The “Beautiful hearts Campaign” is a non-governmental, religious, non-partisan, and non-profit organization that has been working tirelessly since 2012 to end sexual violence against children. Our vision is to influence policy for a healthy and safe society, to raise public awareness of human rights, gender equality, and gender-based violence, to influence attitudes, to prevent potential risks, and to positively change advocacy, is a union of young people. Organizational structure: “Beautiful Hearts” NGO has 7 board members (57% women and 43% men).
Has a total of 32 full members and 40 volunteers. The office has 10 full-time and part-time employees. Our staff members will be Social Workers, Psychologists, Lawyers and Journalists.
Tuva Women’s ABAM Union
The NGO was established in 2014, has a 9-member board and is founded by A.Ariunaa. Currently based in Ulaanbaatar. There are also branch councils in Darkhan, Erdenet, Bayan-Ulgii, Khovd, Selenge aimags and Tsengel soums of Bayan-Ulgii aimag, Tsagaannuur and Orkhon-Jims Nogoo soums of Khuvsgul aimag, and Zaamar soum of Tuv aimag.
“Mongolian family welfare association”
The Mongolian Family Welfare Association (MGWA) is a voluntary, non-religious, non-political, and non-governmental organization that provides sexual and reproductive health education and care services to the population. The Association was established in 1994 and has been a member of the International Family Planning Association (IFRA) since 1996, Internationally accredited in 2005, 2010, 2019. Since 2015, Mongolian family welfare association has been the first NGO in Mongolia to have special consultative status with the United Nations Socio-Economic Council.