Justice International promotes collaborative networks (J-Networks) for areas such as human rights, social development and the environment. The purpose of these networks is to respond to the striking reality, particularly in developing countries, of the unequal access to justice. The goal is to help match needs (demand) with resources (supply). We hope that our J-networks will provide a direct link between potential projects and financial and human resources available around the world. Currently we are focusing on the development of human rights cases where we hope to link victims of human rights violations with human rights lawyers and the larger community.
Human Rights Justice Network The goal is to promote funding for international human rights cases and to develop a network of lawyers and volunteers aimed at promoting human rights around the world. This network will support individuals in bringing their cases to both the domestic and international system of justice. These types of cases are very challenging and costly and the victims need a solid network of support.