In a time of change and uncertainty – help us ensure that access to justice, human rights and the rule of law get a fair hearing … become a Friend of JUSTICE
JUSTICE has been at the heart of debate on human rights and access to justice for over half a century. An all-party organisation, we are an effective voice – briefing Members of Parliament and the House of Lords, intervening in key cases both in the UK and the European Court of Human Rights and inspiring future generations of lawyers to take access to justice and human rights seriously.
Recent cut-backs in public spending have caused fundamental changes to law and the delivery of legal services. A strong independent voice, offering constructive ideas as well as arguing against potentially damaging change is necessary. JUSTICE’s role is as vital as ever, and will continue to be needed regardless of who is in government.
Friends of JUSTICE are a special group of supporters who contribute £20 a month.
- Priority booking for public JUSTICE events, including the Tom Sargent Memorial Lecture.
- Exclusive invitations to Friends only events
- A listing in and copy of our Annual Report
How is being a Friend of JUSTICE different to being a member?
Due to our member regulations, if you would like to contribute to our policy work and working parties, be counted as part of our campaigning voice and vote at our AGM, you will need to sign up separately as a member. Become a member of JUSTICE.