Nonviolent Radical Party transnational and transparty
The Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational and Transparty (PRNTT) is a nonviolent organization following Gandhian principles. In its campaigns PRNTT seeks to achieve, raise awareness about and engage different political policies, by encouraging its members to pursue nonviolent actions that induce cross-border national and international institutions to comply with their laws and principles.
The Radical Party has been registered as a non-governmental organization (NGO) with general category consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) since 1995. In this framework, the PRNTT has made it possible for a large number of people and organizations working in the field of democracy and human rights to be represented at the UN Human Rights Commission and to present their claims in that forum to diplomats, international media and other NGOs.
During this time the PRNTT has sustained relationships with various international NGOs such as Freedom House, Human Rights Watch, the World Federalist Movement, Amnesty International, the Democratic Coalition Project and Parliamentarians for Global Action, as well as unrepresented peoples and those in political exile to help them publicize their cases and to keep decision-making bodies informed. These groups include, for example, Tibetans, Uighurs, Degar (also known as Montagnards), Kosovar Albanians, Chechens, as well as political dissidents from south-east Asia, the Balkans and Cuba.