Ever since its beginning, Justiça Global has based its mission on the commitment to social struggles and has sought to act communally, through dialogue and the promotion of plurality.

We believe in the importance of strengthening social movements and working together with local, national, and international organizations to increase civil society participation in a more solid and effective way. Therefore, we engage in several networks and have established strategic partnerships with civil society to create spaces and resources. In addition, we are committed to making our channels available for mobilization around emergencies that affect people and groups whose rights have been violated.

Our relationships are guided by the principles of autonomy, transparency, publicity, and respect for human rights.

Find out some of the networks we are part of:

National Agenda for Decarceration (Agenda Nacional pelo Desencarceramento)

Brazil holds the disgraceful third place in the ranking of countries with the largest prison population in the world. It is urgently necessary to close the floodgates of the penal system, by adopting effective measures for decarceration and for confronting structural violence, as opposed to the fruitless insistence on custodial sentences. In this sense, we set out to build a popular program of decarceration and demilitarization composed of ten guidelines and a single axis: the reduction of the country’s prison population.

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International Articulation of People Affected by Vale (AVs) (Articulação Internacional dos Atingidos e Atingidas pela Vale)

The Articulation is made up of communities, social movements, organizations, and workers from different countries affected by the mining company Vale.

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ADPF of the Favelas Coalition (ADPF 635) (Coalizão da ADPF das Favelas)

An initiative fighting for restrictions on the State’s public security policy, the Coalition is a major step in the fight against police brutality and institutional racism through the ADPF (Claim of Non-Compliance with a Fundamental Precept) 635, known as the “ADPF of the Favelas”, presented to the Federal Supreme Court (STF).

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Rights Are Worth More Coalition (Coalizão Direitos Valem Mais)

Created in 2018, the Rights Are Worth More Coalition is an intersectoral effort committed to the democratization of the economy and is critical of the drastic fiscal adjustment policies adopted by the Brazilian government in recent years, which have destroyed the State’s ability to protect the population, combat growing poverty, and implement public policies that guarantee rights.

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Brazilian Committee of Human Rights Defenders (Comitê Brasileiro de Defensoras e Defensores de Direitos Humanos)

An articulation composed of several civil society organizations and movements that, since 2004, has been monitoring and working to protect human rights defenders in situations of risk, threat, attack, and/or criminalization because of their work.

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Justice for Marielle and Anderson Committee (Comitê Justiça Por Marielle e Anderson)

The Justice for Marielle and Anderson Committee is made up of the Marielle Franco Institute, Monica Benício, Agatha Reis, and the organizations Justiça Global, Amnesty International Brazil, Black Coalition for Rights, and Terra de Direitos. The Committee seeks justice, reparation, and non-repetition of the violence perpetrated against councilwoman and human rights defender Marielle Franco and driver Anderson Gomes.

National Committee in Defense of Territories against Mining (Comitê Nacional em Defesa dos Territórios frente à Mineração)

The ten-year-old National Committee in Defense of Territories against Mining brings together numerous social movements and human rights organizations to strengthen struggles for free territories, in addition to training activities, academic research, mobilization, political articulation, and communication on the behavior and operation of mining companies.

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National Human Rights Council (Conselho Nacional de Direitos Humanos)

The National Human Rights Council (CNDH) is a collegiate body of equal composition whose purpose is to promote and defend human rights in Brazil through preventive, protective, reparative, and sanctioning actions in situations of threat or violation of these rights, which are provided for in the Federal Constitution and international acts and treaties ratified by Brazil.

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The International Network for Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights (ESCR-Net) is a cooperative initiative between groups and people from different regions of the world, working towards social justice and human rights, focused on economic, social, and cultural rights (ESCR).

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International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH)

A federation of non-governmental human rights organizations. The aim is to promote respect for all the rights listed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and the International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights.

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Grassroots Forum on Public Security of Rio de Janeiro (FPOPSEG) (Fórum Popular de Segurança Pública do Rio de Janeiro)

Launched in June 2022 at the State University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ), FPOPSEG brings together social movements from favelas, collectives, human rights organizations and defenders, universities, and families of victims of state violence with the aim of fighting the racist, terrorist policy of the State against the favelas and low-income peripheries of the State of Rio de Janeiro.

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GT Corporations (GT Corporações)

A Working Group (GT) that brings together non-governmental organizations, unions, universities, and other specialists in themes related to Business and Human Rights, with national and international operations.

Escazú Movement Brazil (Movimento Escazú Brasil)

The Movement is formed by civil society organizations, networks, coalitions, social movements, and citizens who work to promote the Escazú Agreement in Brazil and the qualified participation of Brazilian civil society in the Conferences of the Parties (COPs) and other activities related to the Escazú Agreement, which seeks to promote the rights of access to information, participation and justice in environmental issues and the protection of environmental defenders. It is the first environmental agreement in Latin America and the Caribbean and the first in the world with specific obligations to protect environmental defenders.

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Human Rights Observatory – Crisis and COVID-19 (Observatório Direitos Humanos e Crise Covid-19)

The Human Rights Observatory – Crisis and COVID-19 is a strategic action by 35 social organizations and popular movements, from a diverse range of human rights, to monitor, formulate and systematize information related to human rights in the context of the coronavirus pandemic and the Brazilian crises.

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World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT)

The World Organisation Against Torture is the largest coalition of non-governmental organizations fighting arbitrary detention, torture, summary and arbitrary executions, enforced disappearances, and other forms of violence.

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DHESCA Platform Brazil (Plataforma DHESCA Brasil)

A network formed by 40 civil society organizations, which develops actions to promote and defend Human, Economic, Social, Cultural, and Environmental Rights (DHESCAs), as well as to repair violations of rights.

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RPU Brazil Platform (Plataforma RPU Brasil)

The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) checks the implementation of the Human Rights obligations and commitments undertaken by the United Nations Member States, seeking to improve the situation of Human Rights throughout the world. The UPR Brazil coalition brings together civil society entities to monitor the human rights situation in Brazil under the UPR Recommendations.

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Brazilian Network of Environmental Justice (RBJA) (Rede Brasileira de Justiça Ambiental)

It is a space for identification, solidarity, and strengthening of the principles of Environmental Justice – a conceptual framework that brings together grassroots struggles for social and human rights, the collective quality of life, and environmental sustainability. It was created as a forum for discussions, complaints, strategic mobilizations, and political articulation, with the purpose of formulating alternatives and enhancing the resistance actions developed by its members ― social movements, environmental organizations, NGOs, residents’ associations, unions, academic researchers, and centers from research/teaching institutions.

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Criminal Justice Network (RJC) (Rede Justiça Criminal)

Formed by eight non-governmental organizations that promote advocacy actions seeking to disseminate information, promote public debate, and prepare and submit proposals among criminal justice system and civil society members, within the axes of Data and Transparency, Rights and Guarantees, and Institutional Violence.

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Treaty Alliance

An articulation of organizations and social movements from various parts of the world for the construction of an International Treaty on human rights violations committed by transnational companies.

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