The Environmental Justice Networking Forum (EJNF) is a network and forum established to service the common interests of participating South African non-governmental and community-based organizations on matters concerning environmental justice and sustainable development.
The Khulumani Support Group is a non-profit organization comprised of roughly 85,0000 victims and survivors of Apartheid-related human rights violations in South Africa. The mission of the Khulumani Support Group is to build an inclusive and just society in which the dignity of people affected by Apartheid is restored through the process of transforming 'Victims into Victors'.
The Open Democracy Advice Centre (ODAC) is a non-profit organization aimed at promoting an open and transparent democracy, fostering a culture of corporate and government accountability, and assisting the South African people in realizing their human rights. ODAC seeks to contribute to social and economic justice through realizing the right to know to help make a material and tangible difference to the lives of the poor. ODAC provides practical and niche services to individuals and organizations with a social justice agenda to help citizens access their rights in respect to access of information laws.
Oxpeckers Investigative Environmental Journalism is Africa's first journalistic investigation unit focused on environmental issues. We combine traditional investigative reporting techniques with data analysis and geo-mapping tools to expose ecological and environmental offences in Southern Africa.
Oxpeckers aims to improve the quality and impact of African environmental journalism by providing a home for investigative journalists interested in environmental issues, stimulating transnational and transcultural investigative reportage through project- or research-based Oxpecker Fellowships, and sharing investigative resources, source documents and data, as well as specialist tools and skills.
Oxpeckers also curates specialist environmental reporting or research projects on behalf of media partners and publishes its own exclusive environmental investigations, in mainstream, legacy and new media.
The South African History Archive (SAHA) is an independent human rights archive dedicated to documenting, supporting, and promoting greater awareness of past and contemporary struggles for justice through archival practices and outreach, and the utilization of access to information laws. SAHA is committed to recapturing lost and neglected histories; recording aspects of South African democracy in the making; bringing history out of the archives and into schools, universities and communities in new and innovative ways; extending the boundaries of freedom of information in South Africa; and raising awareness, both nationally and internationally, of the role of archives and documentation in promoting and defending human rights. SAHA has two core programs: The Struggles for Justice Program and the Freedom of Information Program. The Freedom of Information Program is dedicated to using South Africa's Promotion of Access to Information Act to extend the boundaries of freedom of information and to build up an archive of materials for public use.