Who is CFJ?
The Committee for Justice (CFJ) is an independent association for the defense of human rights based in Geneva, Switzerland and established in 2015 by a diverse group of human rights advocates. CFJ’s mission is to defend victims of and persons vulnerable to human rights violations with focus on the Middle East and North Africa region. CFJ seeks – through observing and documentation – to present a credible picture of human rights abuses enabling the international community, CSOs and knowledge hubs to provide alternative solutions concerning the human rights situation in the region, to conduct justice for victims, obtain reparation and counter impunity for perpetrators of human rights violations.
The mission of the Committee for Justice is to contribute to the protection and defense of victims of human rights violations with a focus on the Middle East and North Africa region. In order to do that, CFJ collects the necessary information to present a credible picture of the human rights situation in the region. Its method consists in observing, monitoring and documenting abuses and developments in policy and practice in those countries, where there is a lack of information
Geneva 11 October 2017 Egypt Project Detention watch “Committee for Justice” published a report titled ‘Execution of the Right to a Fair [...]Read More
Assiut General Prison: Excessive Use of Force Against Political Detainees Geneva 31 July 2017 The Committee for Justice has documented serious [...]Read More
Report Egypt: Detention watch 2 (March-April 2017) Following CfJ’s first report on human rights violations against detainees in Egyptian detention [...]Read More