To complement our grassroots level work in countries, IBJ is deeply committed to pursuing international advocacy efforts for the realization of due process rights across national boundaries. To this end, IBJ seeks to build an interfaith movement, which will collectively speak out clearly and unequivocally against the use of torture. It is our deeply held conviction that the voices of religious and spiritual leaders have the power to bring this important issue onto the world agenda.
The interfaith movement is a strategic aspect of our overall strategy for ending investigative torture in the 21st century. In order to realize our vision, IBJ works to engage supporters at every level to build a global movement, working with youth, faith based institutions, in the halls of national governments, in the global media, and in the living room and town hall, to erase the scourge of torture for now and forever.