Partners & Supporters
CRIIGEN, the Committee for Independent Research and Information on Genetic Engineering, was founded on 1 June 1999.
Inf’OGM is a non-profit organization born in 1999. It publishes independent and critical information on GMOs, biotechnology and seeds.
JINUKUN is a national network for the sustainable management of genetic resources and the Benin’s focal point of the Coalition for the Protection of the African Genetic Heritage (COPAGEN). It has been created in 2003 by a group of scientists and development stakeholders that are active in Benin.
ClientEarth works to protect the environment through advocacy, litigation and science. It uses the best research and policy analysis when choosing its strategic direction.
Générations Futures is an organization for the protection of the environment since 2008. It acts to inform on the risks of chemical substances and pesticides and to promote alternatives.
PAN Asia Pacific
PAN Asia Pacific (PANAP) is one of five regional centres of Pesticide Action Network, a global network dedicated to the elimination of harm upon humans and the environment by pesticide use.
U.S. Right to Know
United States of America
U.S. Right to Know is working for transparency and accountability in the U.S. food system. It researches what goes on behind the scenes in the food industry and stands up for the right to know what is in our food, and how it affects our health.
Women Engage for a Common Future (WECF) is an international network of over 150 women’s and civil society organisations implementing projects in 50 countries and advocating globally to shape a just and sustainable world; our Common Future.
Born in 2011, Phyto-Victimes is the only organisation that helps and defends the rights of professionals that are victims of pesticides in France, notably in helping them in the process for recognition of occupational disease.
Sciences Citoyennes aims at supporting and prolonging the current movement of democratic and civil appropriation of science in order to put it at the service of the common good.
FNAB federates the agrobiologists of the regions of France. Its purpose is to organize, represent and defend the agrobiology profession. It works for a consistent, sustainable and mutually supportive development of organic production.