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The Journalists For Justice is a non-partisan project administratively hosted by the International Commission of Jurists, ICJ (Kenya Chapter) established in 2011 to promote the twin goals of:
  1. Combating all forms of impunity arising from politically instigated violence by promoting a balanced discussion of the international criminal justice system in the media and
  2. Advocating justice and reparations for victims of that violence
- See more at: http://jfjustice.net/en#sthash.HMd0T15h.dpuf

WHO WE ARE

The Journalists For Justice is a non-partisan project administratively hosted by the International Commission of Jurists, ICJ (Kenya Chapter) established in 2011 to  promote the twin goals of i) combating all forms of impunity arising from politically instigated violence by promoting a balanced discussion of the international criminal justice system in the media and ii) advocating justice and reparations for victims of  that violence. The Project achieves these goals through public information programmes on the work of the International Criminal Court and other specialist tribunals; media training and outreach programmes; media monitoring and research;  media advocacy; materials development and information dissemination activities as well as victim support programmes.

 

OUR MISSION

To promote robust public discussion of ways to end the impunity associated with violations of humanitarian law; to advocate justice for all victims of international  crimes; and to work with other people of goodwill who share the same values.

 

OUR VISION

The vision of the JFJustice is to be the leader in mobilizing and leveraging local and international expertise to transform the way citizens see and understand  international criminal justice by providing them with reliable and usable information

about the performance of international criminal justice systems, among them the  ICC and its role in achieving justice for victims of conflict alongside domestic mechanisms. Our research and analysis will inform and transform our clients’ understanding and appreciation of the complementarities between national and international systems of justice.

- See more at: http://jfjustice.net/en/about-us/about-us#sthash.1rUp6Cym.dpuf

WHO WE ARE

The Journalists For Justice is a non-partisan project administratively hosted by the International Commission of Jurists, ICJ (Kenya Chapter) established in 2011 to  promote the twin goals of i) combating all forms of impunity arising from politically instigated violence by promoting a balanced discussion of the international criminal justice system in the media and ii) advocating justice and reparations for victims of  that violence. The Project achieves these goals through public information programmes on the work of the International Criminal Court and other specialist tribunals; media training and outreach programmes; media monitoring and research;  media advocacy; materials development and information dissemination activities as well as victim support programmes.

 

OUR MISSION

To promote robust public discussion of ways to end the impunity associated with violations of humanitarian law; to advocate justice for all victims of international  crimes; and to work with other people of goodwill who share the same values.

 

OUR VISION

The vision of the JFJustice is to be the leader in mobilizing and leveraging local and international expertise to transform the way citizens see and understand  international criminal justice by providing them with reliable and usable information

about the performance of international criminal justice systems, among them the  ICC and its role in achieving justice for victims of conflict alongside domestic mechanisms. Our research and analysis will inform and transform our clients’ understanding and appreciation of the complementarities between national and international systems of justice.

- See more at: http://jfjustice.net/en/about-us/about-us#sthash.1rUp6Cym.dpuf

WHO WE ARE

The Journalists For Justice is a non-partisan project administratively hosted by the International Commission of Jurists, ICJ (Kenya Chapter) established in 2011 to  promote the twin goals of i) combating all forms of impunity arising from politically instigated violence by promoting a balanced discussion of the international criminal justice system in the media and ii) advocating justice and reparations for victims of  that violence. The Project achieves these goals through public information programmes on the work of the International Criminal Court and other specialist tribunals; media training and outreach programmes; media monitoring and research;  media advocacy; materials development and information dissemination activities as well as victim support programmes.

 

OUR MISSION

To promote robust public discussion of ways to end the impunity associated with violations of humanitarian law; to advocate justice for all victims of international  crimes; and to work with other people of goodwill who share the same values.

 

OUR VISION

The vision of the JFJustice is to be the leader in mobilizing and leveraging local and international expertise to transform the way citizens see and understand  international criminal justice by providing them with reliable and usable information

about the performance of international criminal justice systems, among them the  ICC and its role in achieving justice for victims of conflict alongside domestic mechanisms. Our research and analysis will inform and transform our clients’ understanding and appreciation of the complementarities between national and international systems of justice.

- See more at: http://jfjustice.net/en/about-us/about-us#sthash.1rUp6Cym.dpuf

OUR MISSION
To promote robust public discussion of ways to end the impunity associated with violations of humanitarian law; to advocate justice for all victims of international  crimes; and to work with other people of goodwill who share the same values.
OUR VISION
The vision of the JFJustice is to be the leader in mobilizing and leveraging local and international expertise to transform the way citizens see and understand  international criminal justice by providing them with reliable and usable information
about the performance of international criminal justice systems, among them the  ICC and its role in achieving justice for victims of conflict alongside domestic mechanisms. Our research and analysis will inform and transform our clients’ understanding and appreciation of the complementarities between national and international systems of justice.
WHO WE ARE
The Journalists For Justice is a non-partisan project administratively hosted by the International Commission of Jurists, ICJ (Kenya Chapter) established in 2011 to  promote the twin goals of i) combating all forms of impunity arising from politically instigated violence by promoting a balanced discussion of the international criminal justice system in the media and ii) advocating justice and reparations for victims of  that violence. The Project achieves these goals through public information programmes on the work of the International Criminal Court and other specialist tribunals; media training and outreach programmes; media monitoring and research;  media advocacy; materials development and information dissemination activities as well as victim support programmes.

 
 

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