Help us secure JUSTICE at 60 by supporting our Appeal
We need to raise £2million by 2017 to provide vital funds to achieve the full impact of our vision for the justice system and fortify our position as we enter our 60th year. It is an ambitious target for a small charity, but given what is at stake, we must meet the challenge.
Our only resources come from donations, grants and membership subscriptions from people who understand the importance of our mission to strengthen the justice system and the rights of individuals within it.
“For nearly 60 years JUSTICE has been at the forefront of reimagining the justice system. We have much to thank it for and it deserves our support.”
Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales
Please consider supporting us in one or more of these ways:
Donate to the Appeal
Join JUSTICE as a member – we welcome lawyers and non-lawyers, as well as organisations
Set up a regular donation, becoming a Friend of JUSTICE for just £20 a month
Remember JUSTICE in your will, leaving a legacy of fair and accessible justice
Attend JUSTICE events across the life of the Appeal, or talk to us about hosting your own event to raise funds
Spread the word. Encourage others to care about justice, and JUSTICE
Our Appeal has been featured in the Law Gazette, read the piece here.
Law & Literature Series
The members of the “Securing JUSTICE at 60” Appeal present a three year programme of exciting events in the lead up to the 60th anniversary of JUSTICE. The Appeal programme is designed to engage writers, film-makers, actors, musicians, philosophers and social commentators in a dialogue with the judiciary and the legal profession about access to justice and the rule of law in the UK today. The Appeal launched on 28 October with the LAW & LITERATURE series in which distinguished writers read from their works about miscarriages of justice, followed by discussion, book signing, drinks and canapes.
An Evening with Julian Barnes: Inner Temple 28 October 2014
Hosted by The Rt. Hon. Lord Justice Laws and Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws QC
Julian Barnes, the Booker prize-winning author, read from his bestselling book, Arthur & George, about “The Great Wyrley Outrages” a sensational criminal case at the turn of the 20th century in Britain and one of the driving forces behind the establishment of the Court of Criminal Appeal in 1907.
Read a write-up of the event here.
An Evening with Robert Harris: Lincoln’s Inn, 4 December 2014
Hosted by Lord Grabiner QC and Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws QC
Best-selling author Robert Harris will read from An Officer & A Spy, his compelling account of France’s most infamous miscarriage of justice, the Dreyfus affair.
An Evening with Hilary Mantel: Middle Temple, 11 February 2015
Hosted by Baron Judge PC QC and Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws QC
Double Booker prize winning author, Hilary Mantel will read from Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies, bringing to life one of the most complex characters of Tudor England, Thomas Cromwell.
An Evening with Ian McEwan: Gray’s Inn, Spring 2015
Jerusalem prize winning author, Ian McEwan will read from his new novel, The Children’s Act. The exact date will be confirmed soon.
These are exclusive events for JUSTICE members and their guests. Tickets cost £50 and all profits go to the Securing JUSTICE at 60 Appeal. Book using the links or call us on 020 7762 6422.
If you are not yet a member of JUSTICE and would like to join us, you can sign up here.