Webinar: 2019 is the Year of Justice (January 23)


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Join our upcoming webinar on Wednesday, January 23 to learn how we can advance justice for all in 2019.

Our movement made history when we squeezed justice into the Sustainable Development Goals, adopted by world leaders in 2015. But in the years since, governments have done almost nothing to make good on their promise to achieve “access to justice for all.” Instead, justice is backsliding in many places.

There’s still hope. Governments have to report back on their progress against the SDGs in July and September. We have a chance, between now and then, to persuade our governments to make concrete commitments to advance the goal of “justice for all.”

In a forthcoming policy brief, out later this month, our community argues that two critical challenges—the financing and protection of grassroots justice defenders—are essential for making progress on justice.

During the webinar we’ll discuss recommendations in the brief about how governments, donors, and multilateral institutions can protect and invest in justice defenders.

We’ll also discuss how we can use key moments in 2019 to advance the work of justice defenders in our respective countries and across the globe.

Let’s make history once again. Let’s ensure world leaders hear our collective voice once again.

Register for free here

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I am looking forward for the program. I used to attend Volunteer webinar and English language webinar, this will be more interesting especially it is my field.


C’est un sujet très important et passionnant à la fois !

Policy Brief Launch: The Case to Invest and Protect Grassroots Justice Defenders

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