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Citizen Network

A global movement to create a world where everyone matters



Citizen Network is a global non-profit network with over 200 groups members and 800 individual members. It was launched in Wellington, New Zealand in 2016 and it has members in 30 countries. Its purpose is to help create a world where everyone matters by advancing citizenship for all and supporting the creation of inclusive communities. The network is supported by a cooperative registered in Helsinki, Finland.

Citizen Network provides support to its members to collaborate and develop, publish and share a variety of media, including writing, video, audio and graphics. Citizen Network has created a number of networks on a variety of topics including basic income (UBI Lab Network), self-directed support (SDS Network), neighbourhood development (Neighbourhood Democracy Movement), inclusive culture and media (No Labels No Walls) and a programme of festivals celebrating diversity (CitizenFest). It has also supported European projects (SKILLS and Day Centres Without Walls).

Citizen Network supports its members with a number of services:

  • Inspiring action and innovation with examples of good practice
  • Amplifying communications for members wanting to reach a wider audience
  • Creating collaborative projects and networks to create change locally and globally
  • Creating information about priorities, needs and opportunities for change 
  • Community media Citizen Network TV and meeting platforms for networking

Find out more and join us:

www.citizen-network.org

People

Markus Vähälä

Markus Vähälä

Simon Duffy

Simon Duffy

Director

Nicola Protopapadakis

Nicola Protopapadakis

Library

Keys to Citizenship in Greek

Keys to Citizenship in Greek

infographics on the keys to citizenship translated into Greek by Puzzle.

True Happiness & the Keys to Citizenship

True Happiness & the Keys to Citizenship

Varun Vidyarthi explores the true meaning of happiness and how the keys to citizenship links to the wisdom of East and West.