Organizações nossas associadas
A Free Software Foundation Europe está a dar às pessoas a capacidade de controlarem a tecnologia. Este é um objectivo que nenhuma organização consegue alcançar sozinha, mas há muitos grupos que estão a trabalhar para este objectivo com sucesso. Alguns ajudam pessoas e organizações a compreender como contribui o Software Livre para a liberdade, a transparência e a auto-determinação. Outros reforçam os direitos dos utilizadores abolindo barreiras à adopção de Software Livre. Outros, ainda, focalizam-se em encorajar as pessoas a usarem e desenvolverem Software Livre.
O foco ou o estatuto legal de cada grupo não são importantes; acreditamos que o importante é juntar forças e trabalhar em conjunto para que alcancemos os nossos objectivos comuns. Juntamente com as nosas organizações associadas, queremos mostrar que somos um movimento forte. Trocamos ideias, coordenamos esforços, motivamo-nos mutuamente e procuramos oportunidades para trabalharmos em conjunto em projectos específicos.
Se o seu grupo considera tornar-se numa organização nossa associada, entre em contacto conosco.Às empresas que queiram demonstrar apoio ao alcançar dos nossos objectivos, recomendamos que se tornem doadores à FSFE ou a uma das organizações nossas associadas:
Associação Nacional para o Software Livre
A ANSOL, "Associação Nacional para o Software Livre", é uma associação portuguesa sem fins lucrativos que tem como fim a divulgação, promoção, desenvolvimento, investigação e estudo da Informática Livre e das suas repercussões sociais, políticas, filosóficas, culturais, técnicas e científicas.
Ελληνική Ένωση Φίλων Ελεύθερου Λογισμικού (Free Software Friends Greek Association)
The "Free Software Friends Greek Association" (also called "Greek Linux User Group" and since June 2010 was given also the name "GNU Greece" by Richard M. Stallman) is a greek NGO/Society, whose purpose is to promote GNU/Linux and Free Software in Greece through various activities as seminars, introduction speeches at schools, daily operation of GNU/Linux Labs around Greece and struggle for Free Software in the Greek public sector.
Barcelona Free Software Group
Barcelona Free Software is an organization which aims to unite the local Free Software community and spread Free Software values in Barcelona. They started in 2014 and since have met several times to discuss and celebrate different aspects of Free Culture ranging from Wikipedia and OSM to Clang. Their goal is to: Make sure the community is aware of local developments and teams; make sure there is someone to back Free Software locally by either becoming the contact or reaching to the right interlocutor if it is out of our scope; spread Free Software in Barcelona.
Fundația Ceata is a Romanian Free Software and Free Culture foundation aligned with the Free Software philosophy of the GNU Project. It is incorporated in Bucharest and has local teams in Cluj County and the Republic of Moldova. Ceata (Romanian for "the gang") has started as an informal group in June 2008 and it has become foundation in February 2013. Since its beginning Ceata is heavily involved in Free Software activism, organization of digital freedom events, and development of Free Software and Free Cultural works.
Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure
The FFII is a not-for-profit association registered in twenty European countries, dedicated to the development of information goods for the public benefit, based on copyright, free competition, open standards. More than 850 members, 3,500 companies and 100,000 supporters have entrusted the FFII to act as their voice in public policy questions concerning exclusion rights (intellectual property) in data processing.
Verein zur Förderung Freier Informationen und Software e.V. (Union for the Promotion of Free Information and Software)
The ffis e.V. is a German non-profit association of Free Software enthusiasts that supports the development and establishment of free information and Free Software with various events and projects.
Föreningen fri kultur och programvara (Society for Free Culture and Software)
The Society for Free Culture and Software is a Swedish non-profit organisation working for a society built around a free exchange of knowledge, ideas and culture. The society works inter-disciplinary and gathers in the conference FSCONS knowledge from several different groups, including Creative Commons, Free Software Foundation Europe, Wikimedia, FriBit and EFN.
Fundación Conocimiento Libre (Free Knowledge Foundation)
The FKF is a non-profit organisation based in Spain that promotes the idea of knowledge as a common good accessible by everybody. Its focus is on Free Knowledge, Free Software, Free Standards and Intellectual Wealth.
Free Software Initiative of Japan
A Japanese non-profit association to further Free Software.
Irish Free Software Organisation
The goals of Irish Free Software Organisation (IFSO) are to prevent changes in legislation which would harm Free Software users and developers, and to promote awareness of Free Software among Irish computer users.
KDE e.V. is the non-profit organization supporting the KDE community in creating free software. In addition to legal, financial, and organizational support KDE e.V. also provides representation and governance to the community. KDE is creating software with graphical user interfaces for end users. It is most well known for its desktop on GNU/Linux.
Organisation for Free Software in Education and Teaching
OFSET is a not for profit French international association under the law of 1901. It has been set up in response to the slow development of free educational software for the GNU system. It will promote all possible forms of development and localisations needed by the world wide education system.
The Document Foundation
The Document Foundation is a charitable foundation that works to eliminate the digital divide in society by giving everyone access to free (as in freedom) office productivity tools free of charge, thus enabling them to participate as full citizens in the 21st century. We support the preservation of mother tongues by encouraging everybody to translate, document, support, and promote our office productivity tools into their mother tongue; and enable users to retain rights in the documents they create, by supporting open document formats and open standards.
Fundación Vía Libre (The Free Way Foundation)
Fundación Vía Libre – Argentinian Foundation for Free Software.
Vrijschrift creates awareness about the economic and social meaning of free knowledge and culture for our society. Vrijschrift fulfills both a protecting and promoting role. Internationally we work together with the Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure, the Free Software Foundation Europe, Project Gutenberg and a lot of other organisations.
Wilhelm Tux -- Campaign for Free Software. Swiss non-profit for Free Software.