Emergent Justice Collective (EJC) is a not-for-profit organization in its founding phase. Its founding members, include Valentina Azarova, Amanda Ghahremani, Ashley Jordana, Alexandra Lily Kather and Lisa-Marie Rudi.
We are a collective of lawyers and advocates with a diverse set of skills and professional experiences in international justice practices and accountability processes. We came together in search of a more ethical, sustainable, and inclusive way of engaging in international justice work. Our professional experiences thus far revealed a systemic flaw in the way this work is being carried out; with practices in the institutionalized international justice ecosystem often perpetuating supremacist behaviors and structural oppression it is attempting to remedy.
What we do
Webinar Series #IntersectionICL
What can intersectionality mean for international justice
Intersectional approaches to investigations and prosecutions of international crimes
Enhancing cooperation and representation among international criminal justice actors through intersectional approaches
Envisioning the future of international justice: Transformation and accountability