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ABUSERS TO
JUSTICE.

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OUR IMPACT

We make law.

CJA has developed key legal doctrine that sets standards for international human rights prosecutions.

We uphold truth & dignity.

“Survivors of torture around the world will not be silenced. With the help of CJA we are rising up to hold our abusers accountable.” – Nobel Prize winner and CJA client Rigoberta Menchú Tum.

We win cases.

CJA has won favorable verdicts in every case that has gone to trial.

OUR IMPACT

We make law.

CJA has developed key legal doctrine that sets standards for international human rights prosecutions.

We uphold truth & dignity.

“Survivors of torture around the world will not be silenced. With the help of CJA we are rising up to hold our abusers accountable.” – Nobel Prize winner and CJA client Rigoberta Menchú Tum.

We win cases.

CJA has won favorable verdicts in every case that has gone to trial.

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Read CJA’s New Annual Report

  We are pleased to present CJA’s Annual Report FY14-15. This report details some programming and operations highlights from the recent
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Breaking News: Peruvian National Court Finds Former Military Personnel Guilty of War Crimes for Accomarca Massacre

  Peruvian National Court Finds Former Military Personnel Guilty of War Crimes for Accomarca Massacre September 1, 2016—The Center for
Followers commemorate the 21st Anniversary of the murder of six Spanish Jesuits and an employee and her daughter in the Central American University (UCA) by the end of the 80's. This killings where attributed to high rank Salvadorean Military Officers. San Salvador, El Salvador 13112010.

Breaking News: Salvadoran Supreme Court Rules Amnesty Law Unconstitutional

For Immediate Release – July 14, 2016 – Lisa Cohen – lisa@lisacohen.org – (310) 395-2544 Salvadoran Supreme Court Rules Amnesty Law Unconstitutional 

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Cover Photo AR

Read CJA’s New Annual Report

  We are pleased to present CJA’s Annual Report FY14-15. This report details some programming and operations highlights from the recent
CJA_vector-logo

Breaking News: Peruvian National Court Finds Former Military Personnel Guilty of War Crimes for Accomarca Massacre

  Peruvian National Court Finds Former Military Personnel Guilty of War Crimes for Accomarca Massacre September 1, 2016—The Center for
Followers commemorate the 21st Anniversary of the murder of six Spanish Jesuits and an employee and her daughter in the Central American University (UCA) by the end of the 80's. This killings where attributed to high rank Salvadorean Military Officers. San Salvador, El Salvador 13112010.

Breaking News: Salvadoran Supreme Court Rules Amnesty Law Unconstitutional

For Immediate Release – July 14, 2016 – Lisa Cohen – lisa@lisacohen.org – (310) 395-2544 Salvadoran Supreme Court Rules Amnesty Law Unconstitutional