In our vision of the world, human rights are the central organizing principle of society, and every law, policy, and practice respects international human rights standards.
In our vision of the world, human rights defenders can mobilize people to hold governments and individuals accountable for human rights abuses. Together, they speak up against authoritarianism, abuse, and discrimination and apply international pressure to reform systems. Now, only some activists have access to the United Nation and other international institutions. Together, we can train more partners.
In our vision of the world, the justice system is just. Powerful people have built unjust systems that protect their interests at the expense of others. To build a world with equality and justice, every person must know their rights, be allowed to use their voice, and be treated with dignity irrespective of race, gender, country of origin, immigration status, or religion. Together, we can recruit more court observers, collect data, and improve the system.
In our vision of the world, people experience dignity in migration. For millennia, people have fled persecution, exploitation, and violence seeking safer, brighter futures. Today, complex and restrictive laws mean migrants face a daunting process alone and have no right to legal assistance. Together, we can recruit more pro bono lawyers and monitor proceedings in immigration courts.
In our vision of a world, all people live with dignity, freedom, justice, equality, and peace.