How We Work
We work with survivors and families of victims of serious and gross human rights violations which amount to torture; war crimes; crimes against humanity and genocide to access remedies for justice and hold the perpetrators of the crimes accountable. We do this by providing legal advice and representation before Australian domestic investigative and prosecutorial authorities, international bodies, courts or tribunals.
We work and coordinate with communities and partners to strategise, build and develop cases in line with our capacity and in accordance with our objectives by working together with survivors, communities, and partner organisations locally and abroad, to achieve impact, justice and accountability. We also want to challenge the double standards in international criminal justice. Our legal strategy involves using strategic and impact litigation which maintains a survivor-centred approach.