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Non Government Organizations
Justice Studies Association (JSA)
Promotes writing, research, practice, and activism in all areas of justice, publishes the journal Contemporary Justice Review, and sponsors an annual conference to explore contemporary issues of justice.
Peace and Justice Studies Association (PJSA)
Explores strategies for peacebuilding, social justice, and social change, sponsors yearly conference on themes peace and justice in local and global settings, and publishes Peace and Change: A Journal of Peace Research as well as an online global directory of Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution Programs.
Amnesty International in USA
A Nobel Prizing-winning grassroots activist organization with international membership, Amnesty International sponsors research and undertakes action against human rights abuses. Learn about injustices through online videos and training resources.
Human Rights Watch
Advocates for the protection of human rights internationally through organized information campaigns; students will discover a wealth of information on justice issues in their news, publications, and multimedia resources.
Minnesota Alliance of Peacemakers
Founded in 1995, the Minnesota Alliance of Peacemakers (MAP) is a coalition now comprising over sixty organizations with a collective membership of many thousands of concerned citizens. Nearly half of its institutional members are faith-based. Since its inception, MAP organizations have focused on issues relating to peace, justice and the environment.
A Catholic leader in the global movement for justice and peace, NETWORK educates, lobbies, and organizes for economic and social transformation.