Local action for global Justice
Justicia Internacional is a corporation registered under the regulations of non-profit organizations,The goal of International Justice is to contribute to the development and strengthening of the international justice system. We promote local action for global justice. We work to achieve this goal through various means, from providing services to international communities to denunciations of human rights cases to international courts.
Founded on passion and experience
Justice International’s experience focuses on promoting democracy, human rights, and the development of an international system of justice. We have lead several cases in international courts and our Democracy and Election Monitoring Division has participated in more than 12 international elections.
Our concept of justice goes beyond the political and human rights aspects of international justice. These aspects are fundamental, but social and economic justice is just as crucial. In this sense, Justice International has created programs addressing immigrant services: Programa Futuro is an educational program for international communities and the Panita Program focuses on communication and language acquisition.
Technology to promote social innovations
A constant in our activities has been the use of technology to promote social innovations. Our Democracy and Election Monitoring Division pioneered a successful and innovative participatory management model for volunteers called Parliamentary e-Democracy. This was a direct democracy approach for the management of a civil society organization and volunteers. It consisted of an online system designed to allow all volunteers to "sit" as a one vote parliamentary in an online system emulating the decision making cycle of a parliament. This system allowed for a very successful, inclusive and highly participatory management of 3,000 volunteers for election monitoring in one region in Venezuela. The system was recognized with the "best regional performance" award for the 2006 Venezuelan presidential election.
Our Projects and Achievements
Help us develop these important projects for democracy and human rights worldwide
Since its insertion PROGRAMA FUTURO has reached 600, mainly Latino, families, for a total population of 1400 adults and 1800 children (3200 individuals), through the promotion of local education achievement projects.
Justice International works localy to promove a global justice for all. Almost one hundred intervention in the international system of justice.
Justice International almost 2000 volunters doing several election monitoring participation around the world.
We continue to develop projects for promotion of human rights democracy and justice around the world.
The preparation and capacity of our members and collaborators is one of the reasons that explains our success as social innovators and entrepreneurs. Most of our members and collaborators speak fluently two languages and have graduate degrees from recognized institutions. Following a brief introduction to our Board of Directors.
Carlos holds a B.A. in economic engineering and graduate degrees in Political Science (Stanford University, USA) and in Modern Economics (Kyoto University, Japan). He has been involved in education and education advocacy as researcher/adjunct professor at IESA MBA program (Venezuela) and the National Hispanic University (California). He is a community activist--a leader in college outreach programs for the Latino community; counselor for the Newcomer HS San Francisco, consultant for the Migrant Education Program , human rights advocacy, and others. He has developed several international consulting projects and participated in seminars in areas such as innovation, science and technology policies; socially responsible organizations and sustainable development; distributive justice and the role of education and others. Carlos specializes in the study of science, technology and society. Carlos speaks Spanish, English, Japanese and Portuguese.
Coralis graduated from the Paul Harris High School in Science, studied English at American Venezuelan Center. Classes of vocal diction, oratory and music at the Pedro Nolasco Colón School. Upcoming studies at the Central University of Venezuela in the area of Nutrition and Dietetics. Skills in creativity, cultural and various activities.
Ambar D'vivo is a 23 year old venezuelan woman with a degree in Social Communication from the Andrés Bello Catholic University. She works in the area of journalism and advertising, as far as extensive work experience is concerned.
She has good skills such as promotion, creativity, writing events and cultural issues. Currently still working in her country and the rest of the world to help despite their difficulties.