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  • GJC's New Strategic Framework

    We just launched our strategic framework, which will guide all of our work for the next 5 years. It encompasses both our overall programmatic goals as well our guiding principles, including our vision, mission, and theory of change.

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  • We're Hiring!

    The Global Justice Center is excited to announce open positions for Legal Director and Development Manager.

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  • Washington Post: There is no "Middle Ground" on a Human Right

    The Washington Post published a letter from GJC President Akila Radhakrishnan that criticizes a recent op-ed urging the Supreme Court to uphold one abortion ban while striking down another.

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  • Open Letter in Support of Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun as Myanmar’s Permanent UN Representative

    We joined 350+ civil society organizations from Myanmar and around the world to urge UN Member States to reject the military junta and secure the seat of Myanmar's legitimate representative.

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  • Expanding Justice for Gender-Based Crimes with a Treaty on Crimes Against Humanity

    As part of a Just Security article series on the new Crimes Against Humanity treaty, GJC's Akila Radhakrishnan and Danielle Hites explained how a new treaty could fill an accountability gap for gender-based crimes.

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Power, not pity

human rights through rule of law
  • Who we are

    We are lawyers and advocates who specialize in international law for the purpose of advancing gender equality and human rights.

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  • What we do

    We work for peace, justice, and security by enforcing international laws that promote gender equality and human dignity.

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  • How we work

    GJC works towards building a global rule of law grounded on enforceable law guarantees for human rights & gender equality.

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