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A20n Inc. is headquartered in New York, NY, has an EIN of 47-4251957, and is a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax-deductible.  It is classified by the IRS as a Charitable Organization, with a ruling year of 2016.

(Source: IRS Business Master File and Form 990)

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What is your organization aiming to accomplish?

The Article 20 Network envisions a world in which the abuse of power is perpetually checked by peaceful public demonstration. In this world: - Activists are safe from harm and practice nonviolence. - Law enforcement protects activists and their expression. - The general public is accepting and supportive of the practice of assembly. - The media represents peaceful protest responsibly and ethically. - Businesses do not put their own interests ahead of public demonstrations. - People with authority and power value peaceful assembly as expression and accept a framework that enshrines protections of the human right to freedom of peaceful assembly.

What are your strategies for making this happen?

Our five-year strategic plan calls for the progressive expansion of our four program areas to address obstacles and threats to the practice of assembly: - Education: Teaching everyone about the history of free assembly, its practice, and the international legal protections supporting its exercise - Advocacy and Action: Standing up to those who jeopardize the safety of protesters or the practice of peaceful assembly and encouraging peaceful resolutions (e.g., the current wave of anti-protest bills in 19 U.S. states) - Research and Analysis: Sharing insights and recommendations about the role of free assembly in society based on original data and new scholarly research - Legal Services: Safeguarding protestors' human rights and bolstering peaceful assembly's legal foundation by coordinating new and existing legal resources

What are your organization's capabilities for doing this?

A growing network of human rights scholars, lawyers, nonviolence experts, and activists, we draw on our network, which includes free assembly's leading individual advocates, prominent authors, human rights experts, and international law scholars. Our work is powered by individual donations and partner foundations.

How will your organization know if you are making progress?

We measure the success of each education initiative by its reach into the intended audience. Our education audiences include activists, law enforcement professionals, city managers and elected officials, K-12 students, and others. We look at total reach and our reach as a percentage of the total audience. We measure the success of our research by the originality of the insights we gain, how widely we share those insights, and how well those insights serve the creation of new campaigns and initiatives. We measure the success of our advocacy, direct action campaigns and legal services by whether we successfully influenced our audience or otherwise achieved our intended outcomes. We rely on monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) practices to determine whether we are making a difference and how we can continuously improve our work.

What have and haven't you accomplished so far?

In our first eight months of operation, we have made early progress on education and advocacy work: - We are steadily producing K–12 educational resources with the help of a grant from the Pollination Project. Resources include classroom materials, such as curriculum-aligned lesson plans and class projects for all grade bands. High school units are already available for download via our website. - Alycee Lane, author of Nonviolence Now, joined us as a Nonviolence Adviser. Her nonviolence pledge has already been downloaded for distribution to 8,000 activists. Alycee is working on a nonviolence workshop. - We offer a “Freedom of Assembly 101" presentation to interested groups through open webinars. - We have made calls to action through our social media and email networks to fight anti-protest bills in North Dakota, Minnesota, and other states. - We are writing our first research papers for review by human rights journals. - We are about to publish a parents' guide to talking to children (6 and under) about protest as well as K-12 curriculum resources for elementary and middle school grades.

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