JusticeHub is an online platform that provides access to a global community of justice defenders and resources for those passionate about protecting human rights in legal systems worldwide. Whether you are a lawyer, a student, or involved in justice reform in any capacity, JusticeHub serves as an open resource for
sharing knowledge and connecting with people who may have a solution to a justice problem you are facing.
Currently, JusticeHub extends across 40 countries, with initiatives ranging from a prisoner rights awareness
campaign in India to a justice film festival in Colombia. Collaboration on this scale is essential to achieving
the UN Sustainable Development Goal 16, “…to provide access to justice for all and build effective,
accountable, and inclusive institutions at all levels” because it builds a global knowledge collection that can
be used to address local injustices.

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Join our growing community by starting a conversation on issues you care about or sharing your
challenges and successes in your work to improve access to justice. Learn more about how you can get
involved below.


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Online Resources

IBJ aims to create a universal standard for defense practice through its online resources. Explore these tools

online or on JusticeHub.

DefenseWiki :

A reference tool for criminal law procedure provides defenders with a comprehensive repository of materials, including Criminal Procedure Code/Penal Codes and international human rights instruments to support their work in criminal defense.

eLearning :

An interactive online training for defenders worldwide, with modules covering
country-specific laws, penal codes, and rights of the accused to support the legal
education of our defender network.

Defender Manual :

An in-depth, country-specific resource that provides defenders with the tools to conduct a case, including how to assert fundamental questions of law, make effective procedural motions and protect special populations.