Asociación de Municipios de México, A.C. (AMMAC): The Mexican Municipal Association (AMMAC) founded in 1994, is an organization that brings together municipalities in order to resolve common problems and reach higher grounds of understanding for the city councils of Mexico.
Derecho a Saber: Mexican non-profit organization focused on transparency and access to information.
Ética Jurídica: Ética Jurídica is a forum for the research, debate, and study of legal ethics as it relates to professional conduct and regulation in the field of law.
Fundación IDEA, A.C.: The Foundation for the Implementation, Design, Evaluation, and Analyses of Public Policy (IDEA) is an apolitical independent non-profit organization whose mission is to design and promote innovative public policy that advances equality and poverty alleviation through economic development. It is a resource for independent analysis for the government and the general public.
Fundación Mexicana de Reintegración Social, A.C. (Reintegra): The Mexican Foundation for Social Reintegration is an apolitical Mexican non-profit organization that specializes in preventing crime and advances improved public security.
Fundar: Website of Fundar, identified as a non-partisan think tank and watchdog agency that seeks the transformation of Mexican society into a consolidated democracy
Institución Renace: The mission of Institución Renace is to defend innocent persons with limited resources who have been unjustly accused and to support responsible liberty for those who have been accused of a minor crime for the first time in order to reintegrate them into society.
Instituto Mexicano para la Justicia/Mexican Institute for Justice (IMEJ): Non-profit think tank dedicated to improving the carrying out of justice in Mexico
Instituto para la Seguridad y la Democracia: INSYDE is an autonomous, multidisciplinary program working to develop innovative ideas about security public and police, criminal justice, human rights and news media.
Libertad de Informacion Mexico: Non-profit organization sponsored by institutions such as the National Endowment for Democracy and the Open Society Institute Justice Initiative. This website is dedicated to analysis of law reform activities grounded in the safeguarding of freedom of information in Mexico
México Unido Contra la Delincuencia, A.C.: A non-profit organization focused on mobilizing civil society and promoting reforms to public security and the administration of justice in Mexico.
Movimiento Pro-vecino, A. C.: The objective of Movimiento Provecino, A.C. is to better the quality of life for the inhabitants of Mexico City and the surrounding urban zones.
Online Paralegal Programs: Website with legal resources for current or prospective paralegals that discusses the online and offline educational paths one can follow to obtain a degree or certification as a paralegal. It seeks to provide a comprehensive look at the legal system, with the goal to promotes the growth, professional standing and advancement of paralegal professionals.
Open Society Justice Initiative: Website of the Justice Initiative, a program sponsored by the Open Society Institute and dedicated to law reform activities grounded in the safeguarding of human rights around the world.
Programa Atalaya: Website of Programa Atalaya, a human rights-focused NGO, funded by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation in conjunction with Ronda Ciudadana NGO.
Proyecto Atlatl: The objective of Project Atatl is to facilitate governmental collaboration between federal, state, and local jurisdictions in the design, development, and application of activities to create greater transparency and to combat corruption.
Proyecto para la Mediación en México ABA/USAID: Web site of advocacy project aimed at promoting court-annexed mediation as an alternative dispute resolution method in Mexico. The “Mediation in Mexico” Project operated over 2001-2006 in 22 Mexican states and provided technical legal assistance on the drafting of mediation laws and the design and operation of mediation centers. Jointly sponsored by the American Bar Association and the U.S. Agency for International Development, it also helped to train hundreds of mediators.
Ronda Ciudadana: Website of Ronda Ciudadana, an NGO dedicated to increasing civic awareness and strengthening Mexican civil society
Seguridad Ciudadana: Website of non-profit organization dedicated to increasing consciousness of public safety issues
Transparencia Mexicana: Mexican chapter of Transparency International.