Avaaz is a civic organization that is based in the United States and was unveiled in January 2007 whose main role is to promote global activism on matters like conflict, poverty, corruption, animal rights, human right and climate change. It is considered by the Guardian as the worlds most powerful and biggest activist network that is online. The word Avaaz which means “voice” in various Middle East, European and Asian language has a simple mission democratically which is to organize people of different nations to bridge the gap between the globe we have and the globe a lot of people everywhere want and read full article.
The group co-founders of Avaaz are Res Publica which is a group of professionals in the public sector committed to promoting deliberative democracy, civic virtue and good governance and MoveOn.Org which is non-profit advocacy group in public policy that is based in America. A founding partner that is known as the Service Employees International Union also supported Avaaz. The individual co-founders of Avaaz are Tom Pravda, Ricken Patel, Tom Perriello, Eli Pariser, David Madden, Andrea Woodhouse and Jeremy Heimans. Avaaz board consist of the president Ricken Patel, the secretary Tom Pravda, the board chairman Eli Pariser and the treasurer Ben Brandzel. The executive director and the president who founded Avaaz is known as Ricken Patel. Patel is a graduate of Oxford University and he studied PPE-Philosophy, Politics, and Economics and also has a master from Harvard University in Public policy and learn more about Avaaz.
The community of Avaaz normally campaigns in fifteen languages, served by a team of six continents and volunteers who are in thousands. The organization takes actions like media campaigns funding, signing petitions, lobbying governments and the organization of offline events and protests to ensure that the values and views of the people of the globe inform the decisions that normally affect us in general and Avaaz’s lacrosse camp.
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