How we work
Since 2003, the Open Society Justice Initiative has worked with partners around the world to ensure that law—too often an instrument of powerful people alone—is shaped and employed for the benefit of all.
Since 2003, our lawyers have represented scores of individuals before domestic and international human rights tribunals.
Beyond litigation, the Justice Initiative seeks to advance human rights and the rule of law through active advocacy efforts, aimed at national and regional policymakers and governments.
The Justice Initiative supports efforts at a local, national, and international level to expand access to justice to those whose inability to seek the protection of the law leaves them vulnerable to exploitation and abuse.
The Open Society Justice Initiative collaborates with a community of dedicated and skilled legal and policy advocates across the world.