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On International Human Rights Day, International Bridges to Justice (IBJ) proudly announced the winners of the JusticeMakers 2012 HIV/AIDS Global Competition. 12 new JusticeMakers Fellows joined the JusticeMakers community as of December 10, 2012.
The JusticeMakers 2012 HIV/AIDS Global Competition awards 12 fellowships worth 5000 USD in seed funding each, with which JusticeMakers will implement projects that advance the legal rights of people living with HIV/AIDS within the criminal justice system.
With the generous support of the Levi Strauss Foundation, IBJ financially empowers newly-chosen winners to materialize their proposed projects in 2013. Additionally, JusticeMakers fellows enjoy IBJ's resources that equip them as future project leaders operating in often strenuous circumstances.
The JusticeMakers community will expand to include 6 more countries, covering 4 continents. International Bridges to Justice is eager to see 12 groundbreaking ideas come to life!
International Bridges to Justice is delighted to present the JusticeMakers 2012 HIV/AIDS Global Competition Fellows! Read about how these innovative social activists will be making a real difference for the most vulnerable in their communities. Also, hear their own stories of inspiration on what motivates them to do their courageous work everyday in some of the most difficult circumstances.
The story continues! JusticeMakers is a community that convenes the best and brightest agents in the field of legal reform. It is a worldwide community, always pressing to expand its horizon. If you have an idea that brings change to your local criminal justice system, International Bridges to Justice is most eager to help out. Click here and find out how to become part of the story!
The JusticeMakers Team is incredibly proud of the diversity and passion that the new 2012 Fellows bring to the JusticeMakers Community. These Fellows come from ten countries, spanning four continents. Therefore, each Fellow faces a different yet equally challenging problem with his/her own unique solution. Every country situation is different and requires a different solution. This is why these local, grassroots JusticeMakers who understand their country situations from a lifetime of experience are so vital to International Bridges to Justice's mission to deliver justice to average people all over the world. They are the ground soldiers of IBJ's mission who are able to analyze the local situation and devise and implement projects that make sense in local conditions. Read more