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There is no cost to becoming an SMT Outreach Partner. Funders, organizing networks, and groups with large email lists of progressive groups or unions can become Outreach Partners.

As an Outreach Partner, when SMT offers a training of use to your network, you send out a broad email notification about it.  (The email can reference multiple upcoming trainings, but it can only be used for a discount on the next immediate training or two after it was sent.) SMT can only afford to offer discounted rates if Outreach Partners are enabling significantly more people to access SMT trainings. 

Anyone affiliated in any way with an Outreach Partner gets a discount on trainings (generally 50% off or so).  They must forward the Outreach Partner’s email about the training to us to get the discount.

If you would like your organization to become an SMT partner, send an email to info@socialmovementtechnologies.org indicating so with your name, title and contact information as well as the size and nature of the network you can share training info with, and we will be in touch.

Multi-region or Global networks

  2. OPEN – Online Progressive Engagement Network

Africa – Sub-Sahara

  1. Africa Human Rights Network
  2. Africans Rising
  3. Afrika Youth Movement
  4. Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ)
  5. GALCK+
  6. Laudato Si’
  7. MOLI Burundi
  8. WoMin African Alliance


  1. Legal Empowerment Network


  1. European Network Against Racism (ENAR)
  2. European Sex Workers Rights Alliance (ESWA)
  3. South East Europe Network (SEENET)
  4. Migrants Organise (UK)
  5. ActionAid Italy

Latin America

  1. 350.org – Latinoamérica
  2. Afrochingonas – México
  3. Campaña Colombia Contra Minas – Colombia
  4. Coalición por Venezuela. CPV – Venezuela
  5. Fundación para el Desarrollo de la Población Afrocolombiana del Quindío – Colombia
  6. Manifesta LGBT – Brasil
  7. Plataforma Global (Action Aid). GPES – El Salvador
  8. Tinta – The Invisible Thread

Middle East – North Africa

  1. Takatoat – Jordan
  2. Gusoor for Peace and Coexistence – Yemen

North America

  1. Alliance San Diego
  2. America Votes
  3. Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID)
  4. Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League
  5. Blueprint NC
  6. Center for Community Change
  7. Center for Health, Environment and Justice (CHEJ)
  8. Center for Innovation in Worker Organization (CIWO-Rutgers)
  9. Center for Popular Democracy
  10. Choose Clean Water Coalition
  11. Clean Water Action
  12. Climate Advocacy Lab
  13. Colorado Civic Engagement Roundtable
  14. Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF)
  15. Corporate Accountability International
  16. Durham For Organizing Action
  17. Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR-USA)
  18. Food Chain Workers Alliance
  19. Gamaliel Foundation
  20. Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives
  21. Global Justice Ecology Project
  22. Indigenous Environmental Network
  23. Interfaith Worker Justice
  24. International Labor Communications Association
  25. Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP)
  26. May First Movement Technology
  27. Michigan Voice
  28. Midwest Academy
  29. National Coalition for the Homeless
  30. Nation Inside (end mass incarceration network)
  31. National Democratic Training Committee (NDTC)
  32. National Juvenile Justice Network (NJJN)
  33. New Economy Coalition (NEC)
  34. New Hampshire Labor News
  35. Nurses for Sexual and Reproductive Health (NSRH)
  36. Ontario Clean Water Alliance
  37. People’s Action
  38. Popular Resistance
  39. Power Shift Network
  40. Right to the City Alliance
  41. Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ)
  42. Toxics Action Center (New England)
  43. Training for Change
  44. UniteWomen.org
  45. US Campaign for Palestinian Rights
  46. U.S. Labor Against the War (USLAW)
  47. Workers Independent News
  48. Unions and labor councils
    1. Colorado Education Association (CEA)
    2. NewsGuild – CWA
    3. California Labor Federation
    4. North Carolina State Federation
    5. Upper Ohio Valley CLC
    6. Washington State Labor Council
    7. Washington DC CLC
  49. Equity in Education Coalition


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