Avaaz, a civic organization based in the U.S., is in a fight with the ill effects that affect the community, the planet, and the organisms. It is a non-profit activist group formed in 2007 that primarily targets the most critical issues of current days: poverty, climate change, corruption, animal rights, human rights, and conflicts. According to The Guardian, it is the largest and the most influential online activist network. To the people around the world, Avaaz is a promise for future as all its campaigns are looking to provide comprehensive solutions to the sustainability of the planet and its living beings.
The community has more than 44 million members from 194 countries, and this helps the group to make active interference in various countries with a common set of goals. It is working on a mission to connect with people across different nations, limit the gap between them, and transform the world into a new one that most of the people wanted. The community campaigns in 15 languages and known for some major victories in the past with the help of thousands of its volunteers. The group works in a united way to ensure the results, and it takes actions by signing petitions, calling and lobbying governments, emailing, funding media campaigns, direct actions, organizing offline protests and events, and more.
It facilitates a simple option of filing petition regarding anything that goes against the world order and less concerned about a sustainable future of the Earth and its organisms. It should be noted that the Paris Climate Accord that ensures climate change to a controlled level was a significant victory of Avaaz. Its other impactful interventions include ensuring free and open internet for everyone, efforts to protect the marine reserves and life, restricting the chemical agriculture encouraged by Monsanto, curtailing the Murdoch mafia, anti-corruption campaign in Brazil, and more.
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