What we do
Humans Fest is the International Festival of Film and Human Rights of Valencia, which is organized by the Foundation for Justice and co-organized by activist organizations in favor of human rights such as Associate Ambit, CEAR, Amnesty International, Lambda, CVONGD, Poor Zero, SJM, Entreculturas, Movement Against Intolerance, and Valencia by Bike—Accio Ecologista Agro.
Structured as a state congress, the Annual Forum will present achievements of states in terms of compliance with the State Pact Against Corruption and to promote civic regeneration. It will also accommodate new proposals, presentations of groups working on this topic, doctoral thesis, final degree projects, master’s thesis related to corruption, etc.
The mission of OPEC is to ensure compliance with the State Pact against corruption and to promote civic regeneration. OPEC acts as an auditor of the progress achieved in relation to the different measures included in it. It is a follow-up tool that allows us to be informed of the degree of the execution of the proposals, as well as to promote new measures against corruption.
The Global Campaign for Education (GCE) is an international coalition of NGOs, educational unions, schools and social movements of varying degrees. GCE mobilizes groups to demand that states have full compliance with international commitments that they have signed. These commitments guarantee access to quality education for all people in the world. Fundacion por la Justicia is a part of it.
The FuerzActiva network is a union of three entities Foundation for Justice, Ambit and the Center for Research, Advocacy and Promotion of the Rights of Children and Adolescents - ILÊWASI. FuerzActivia unites its work for the promotion and promotion of human rights volunteering Through awareness raising, training and social intervention.
The lack of institutional response to the victims of the armed conflict that was falsely closed with an Amnesty Law was recently declared unconstitutional by the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice of El Salvador. The University of CentroAmericana determined through its Institute of Human Rights and upon request of the Network of Victims Committees of the armed conflict that the International Tribunal for the application of Restorative Justive should be created as a form of public non-governmental policy.