Avaaz is actually a global web movement aiming to bring people-powered politics in the world. They have members in almost 194 countries. And the majority exists in India, Brazil, France and Mexico.
The network works with the help of phone calls, messages and citizen lobbying and also by conveying their demands and messages through media to the decision makers.
They take credit of stopping Europe from ACTA, a global treaty that would have prevented the free flow of internet throughout the world.
Some other key achievements of this community is saving the Internet, creating the world’s largest marine reserve network, protecting the Brazilian rainforest, keeping pressure high on Rupert Murdoch’s media mafia and supporting the Syrian democracy movement.