This map shows countries where IBJ has Youth Groups or Youth Justice Champions

IBJ Youth Chapters

The International Bridges to Justice Youth movement is made up of Youth Justice Champions and Youth Chapters, which can be found all over the globe. These youth chapters are led by school and university students who are raising their voices, and connecting with fellow youth activists globally, to achieve access to justice for every juvenile.

Colombia Youth Chapter

Alexander Giraldo Vélez, Elizabeth Zapata Escobar, Esteban Cardona Orozco, Esteban Mejía Gallego, Esteban Vélez Pulgarin, Estefanía Manrique Botero, Juliana Balbin Mesa, Laura Maria Herrera Henao, Laura Rocío García García, Maria José Palacio Osorio, Mariana Valencia Zora, Mateo Acosta Cardona, Santiago Castaño Gaviria, Santiago Rendón Herrera, Sebastian Diaz, Sebastian Ríos Hernandez, Sirley Nayive Rojas Gómez and Valetina Cardona Betancur in Medellin, Colombia founded a Youth Chapter in January 2021.

Switzerland Youth Chapters

Geneva Youth Chapter

Nathaniel Wong, Nathaniel, Alexander Saman, Mikhail Erastov, Jade Kalaidjian and Essa Geblawi founded this Geneva chapter in January 2021.

Nations Campus Youth Chapter, Geneva

Emma Elizabeth Pontoriero, Jasper Samara and Mert Ayik founded the Nations, Geneva Youth Chapter.

United Kingdom Youth Chapters

London Youth Chapter

Agne Vaitkeviciute and Leonardo Morosini founded the London Youth Chapter in January 2021.

Radley College Youth Chapter

Charlie Deram, Julian Olsen-Pendergast and Max Deram founded the Radley Youth Chapter in 2021.

Form Your Own Youth Chapter

Join the IBJ Youth Network and form your own chapter with friends from school, university or your local community!

Youth Chapters can campaign, raise awareness, fundraise and connect with a global network of youth committed to improving juvenile access to justice.

To learn more about forming a youth chapter please click here

Please fill in this form to register your interest in forming a youth chapter.