El Taller International
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1991-11-20 Santiago Chile
20 Nov 1991, Santiago (Chile), as a world network of non-governmental organizations of development, environment, gender and human rights groups/movements from diverse cultures and communities. Originally referred to as El Taller. Since Mar 1992, headquarters located in Tunis (Tunisia), where an official 'Accord de Siège' with the government of Tunisia was signed.
Participate in a worldwide movement of NGOs and social movements working towards building a strong civil society; offer a space for analysis and action learning on critical issues, networking and innovation around issues of justice and peace, challenging dominant discourses on human rights, development and peace and working towards alternative concepts/praxis of justice, democracy, subjugated knowledge, etc.
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International Board, comprising 15 members from 6 regions of the world (Africa, Asia, Central and Latin America, Arab, Europe and USA). International Secretariat based in Tunis (Tunisia).
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