Organization

International Bridges to Justice

Geneva, GE, Switzerland | http://www.ibj.org
Joined in February 2008

About Us

International Bridges to Justice (IBJ) is a nonprofit, non-governmental organization that was founded in 2000 with a vision to end torture in the 21st Century through the just implementation of criminal laws. IBJ’s experience has shown that legal counsel at the earliest stages of defense can reduce instances of torture by as much as 80%. Thus, IBJ works with the public defender, or legal aid lawyer, to reinforce the protection for, and the individual dignity of, people facing criminal prosecution in developing and transitional countries. Since its inception, IBJ has pioneered this practical approach to human rights, and is now poised to catalyze legal transformation in countries worldwide.

International Bridges to Justice (IBJ) is a nonprofit, non-governmental organization that was founded in 2000 with a vision to end torture in the 21st Century through the just implementation of criminal laws. IBJ’s experience has shown that…

Areas of Focus Include

  • Community Development
  • Human Rights & Civil Liberties
  • International Relations
  • International Relations
  • Legal Assistance

Location

64, Rue De Monthoux, Geneva, GE 1209, CH

Current listings by International Bridges to Justice

JobsLocationDate Posted
Volunteer Legal Aid ExpertTaunggyi, État Shan, Myanmar [Burma]May 27, 2019