WE ARE JUSTICE UPHELD

An independent Human Rights charity made up of global law professionals and Human Rights Defenders.

We give a voice to the voiceless and a shield the powerless against injustice.

Contact Justice Upheld in confidence if you or anyone you know needs help.

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THE WHO, WHY AND WHAT…

Justice Upheld is a free and an independent international humanitarian organisation, supported by a campaign team of lawyers and activists working for the protection and furtherance of human rights.

We provide free legal advice and representations to those denied access to justice including victims of injustice who do not have the financial means to assert and redress breaches of their human rights.

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THE WHO…

Justice Upheld is a British based human rights organisation, yet we have legal professionals and Human Rights Defenders all around the world.

We petition, lobby, protests to and liase with governments, parliamentarians and members of other non government organisations on every continent.

We defend and stand up for those who do not have the financial means to access justice. In order stop then seek redress for breaches of human rights they may have suffered.

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THE WHY…

International and national legislation subscribe to legal frameworks to protect the basic human rights of all people and as far as policy is concerned, Governments agree to uphold these rights, however, when it comes to enforcing these agreements, the reality is starkly different. Justice Upheld is about finding out Why and doing something about it.

Justice Upheld was inspired by the ‘Free Sarabjit Singh Campaign at www.freesarabjitsingh.com

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THE WHAT…

What can be done? By using the legislation enshrined in international treaties and national laws, Justice Upheld works to initiate legal process and to bring these breaches of human rights and injustice to the wider attention. Our volunteer lawyers work with Government legislators and political leaders to “restart” faltering or lapsed legal process and provide oversight and monitoring to try and ensure that Justice is upheld.

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WHERE YOU FIT IN…

Justice Upheld is proof that the intervention of committed British citizens and citizens of other countries, CAN work to make legal systems work more effectively, irrespective of country and politics. Justice is an intrinsic part of human nature and is a fundamental necessity for humanity to live in safety. YOU can make a difference, please get in touch, get involved and help us to ensure that Justice is upheld for ALL of us.

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Monday 22nd of June 2020 Justice Upheld was contacted  by the family of Mrs Daljit Kaur (not her real name), a migrant worker from Punjab,India. It was claimed that in or around November 2019, Mrs Daljit Kaur travelled to Malaysia to work as domestic worker for a...

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Enslaved in Bahrain

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Released!- Jennifer Dalquez Acquitted of the Murder of Her Emerati ‘Employer’

Friday 2nd of November, 2018: Justice Upheld is delighted to report that Jennifer Dalquez, the Filipino migrant worker who was eventually acquitted of the murder of her ‘employer’ in the United Arab Emirates, was released and repatriated to her family on Friday....

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Modern Slavery: 6 Ethiopian Seafarers Abandoned in Iran by Shipping Company

Justice Upheld was recently contacted by 6 Seafarers, Ethiopian nationals on board the ‘AHTMS Miami’ owned by Baltic Marine Services LLC’ whose registered offices are in Dubai. We understand that the seafarers were abandoned by the shipping company at Khorramshahr...

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Analysis: India’s Organ Trafficking Problem

Remarkably, the right to health was not considered a fundamental guarantee in the Indian Constitution at one point. Despite this it was provided as a requirement in the directive principles of state policy, and the framers of the Constitution originally thought it...

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The spirit of India’s constitution is to ensure that all citizens have an equal opportunity to fulfil and develop themselves, regardless of religion or gender. In many parts of the world, as well as in our country, certain groups, communities, and individuals have...

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Transgender India: The Social And Economic Backlog

The spirit of India’s constitution is to ensure that all citizens have an equal opportunity to fulfil and develop themselves, regardless of religion or gender. In many parts of the world, as well as in our country, certain groups, communities, and individuals have...

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You can call us on: 0208 0904001 or if you are based outside the UK, please call us on 00 44 208 0904001 or via WhatsApp us on:        (00 44) 7742 577854. Alternatively, you can e-mail us on: help@justiceupheld.org.uk

 

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