About

Our associated organisations

The Free Software Foundation Europe is empowering people to control technology. That is a goal which no single organisation can achieve alone. There are many groups who work successfully on this goal. Some help individuals and organisations to understand how Free Software contributes to freedom, transparency, and self-determination. Others enhance users' rights by abolishing barriers to Free Software adoption. Or they focus on encouraging people to use and develop Free Software.

No matter what focus or legal status you group has; we believe it is important to join forces and work together to reach our common goals. With our associated organisations we want to show that we are a strong movement. We exchange ideas, coordinate efforts, motivate each other, and find opportunities to work together on specific projects.

If you decided in your group to become an associated organisation, please get in contact with us.

If you are a company and want to show your support for our goals, we recommend to become donor of FSFE or one of our associated organisations below.

National Association for Free Software

ANSOL es la "National Association for Free Software". Es una asociación portuguesa sin ánimo de lucro dedicada a la promoción, desarrollo, investigación y estudio de la Libertad en la Informática y sus implicaciones sociales, políticas, filosóficas, culturales, técnicas y 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.

Fundația Ceata

Fundația Ceata es una fundación rumana dedicada a los programas libres y a la cultura libre, alineada con la filosofía del programas libres del proyecto GNU. La fundación está inscrita en Bucarest y dispone de equipos locales en el distrito Cluj y en la República de Moldavia. Ceata (del rumano «la pandilla») empezó como grupo informal el junio de 2008 y se convirtió en fundación el febrero de 2013. Desde sus inicios ha estado implicada en el activismo a favor de los programas libres, la organización de eventos centrados en las libertades digitales y en el desarrollo tanto de programas libres como de obras culturales libres.

Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure

La FFII es una asociación sin ánimo de lucro, bajo la ley alemana, que promueve un desarrollo sostenible de los bienes públicos basado en el copyright, la libre competencia y los estándares abiertos.

Verein zur Förderung Freier Informationen und Software e.V.

La ffis e.V. es una asociación sin ánimo de lucro alemana de entusistas del Software Libre que apoya el desarrollo y establecimiento de la información libre y el Software Libre mediante varios eventos y proyectos.

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

Una asociación sin ánimo de lucro japonesa para promover el Software Libre.

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.

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 es una organización internacional sin ánimo de lucro francesa bajo la ley de 1901. Se ha constituido como respuesta al lento desarrollo de Software Libre aducativo para el sistema GNU. Promoverá todas las formas posibles de desarrollo y traducciones necesarias por el sistema educativo mundial.

Fundación Vía Libre (The Free Way Foundation)

Fundación Vía Libre – Argentinian Foundation for Free Software.

Vrijschrift

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

Wilhelm Tux --Campaña for el Software Libre. Organización sin ánimo de lucro suiza a favor del Software Libre.