The International Justice Resource Center (IJRC) provides advocates, civil society organizations, and victims of human rights abuses with the information and resources they need to effectively use international legal protections – including advocacy before human rights monitoring bodies and complaints before international and domestic courts – to bring about justice and accountability for human rights violations. IJRC provides educational materials, training workshops, and advice to individuals and groups around the world.
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Through the international human rights system, those experiencing – or fighting against – injustice, inequality, or suppression of fundamental freedoms can achieve greater governmental respect for individuals’ and communities’ rights. IJRC’s goal is to eliminate the real and perceived barriers that keep advocates and victims from effectively engaging with international human rights protections in order to obtain redress, accountability and improved human rights practices.