KISA - Action for Equality, Support, Antiracism is a grassroots human rights organisation based in Cyprus, established in 1998. The organisation strives for a secular, all-inclusive, diverse society which adheres to the rule of law, respects the rights and promotes the active and equal participation of all its members in the various spheres of life irrespective of racial, national or ethnic background, colour, religion or beliefs, gender, sexual orientation or identity, age, inability, migration status or any other diversity.
KISA focuses its work on migration, asylum, anti-racism, anti-discrimination and trafficking and provides services to individuals in need. The organisation is member of various European and international networks such as ENAR (European Network Against Racism), PICUM (Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants), EuroMed Rights, Migreurop, Justicia and Fair Trials Networks.
KISA, despite its ongoing criminalization and defamation by state agents as well as ultra-nationalist and far right actors in the country, continues to be one of the main civil society actors in the protection of the rights of migrants and refuges and the promotion of human rights and the rule of law in the country.