In many fields we cooperate with other organizations. Apart from formal affiliations listed below we belong to the “Digital Challenges” group coordinated by the Information Society Development Foundation (FRSI) and the informal coalition of organizations fighting for the rule of law (“SOS”) centered around the Stefan Batory Foundation. We contribute to the campaign “To działa” conducted by Klon/Jawor, we participate in the Donors Forum project “Stronger voice of social organizations”. We are a member of a number of networks and coalitions.

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Coalition of Media and Digital Education

On March 6, 2015 we co-founded the Coalition of Media and Digital Education (KEMiC). KEMiC is a group of citizen organizations, institutions and individuals working in the field of media education. The Coalition aims at promoting media and digital education e.g. by developing and promoting best practices, initiating debates, discussions, conferences and workshops, sharing knowledge, initiating and supporting research in the field of media and digital education.

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European Digital Rights

European Digital Rights was founded in June 2002. Presently, it gathers 35 member organizations dealing with the protection of privacy and other rights in 21 countries in Europe. Members of EDRi together stand for freedom in the information society. EDRi issues EDRi-gram – a bi-weekly newsletter, commenting on the latest news from the field of battle for digital rights in Europe. We joined EDRi in 2010. In the years 2012-2020, Katarzyna Szymielewicz, president of Panoptykon was a member of EDRi board.

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Fundamental Rights Platform

The Fundamental Rights Platform is a group of over 300 European social organizations cooperating with the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA). Owing to that cooperation, organizations dealing with human rights in various regions of the European Union may directly participate in the decision-making process on what should be the course of the Agency's actions. We joined FRP in 2013.

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National Federation of Polish NGOs

National Federation of Polish NGOs (Polish acronym: OFOP) was founded in 2003 as a response to the need for appointing a nation-wide representation of organizations. The first General Meeting was held on 6 December 2003. The mission of OFOP is to build a strong and credible non-governmental sector as an essential element of the civil society. The aim of the Federation is, i.a. developing cooperation and standards of action, building the sense of identity of the third sector and rendering advocacy for the interests of non-governmental organizations in matters common for all organizations. Presently, OFOP gathers over 120 organizations from all over Poland. Among them there are large organizations, including regional or branch federations and smaller, local ones. We joined OFOP in 2010.