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Education Projects

The Justice desk trains and equips young human rights defenders to become positive, responsible agents of change. We use fun and interactive ways to make activism and social justice a part of your school system!

Become a Justice School today! Click the link below or email edu@justicedesk.org.


Do you want to know more about a human rights topic, but don’t know where to start?

Contact edu@justicedesk.org for a wide range of human rights and social justice educational materials!


We can also tailor make resources based on your school or community needs!



Every justice school/college needs a driving force of positive change in their schools and communities!


The Youth Ambassadors project is a brilliant way of upholding a community of social justice. Each year, new youth ambassadors are selected, trained, supported and assisted by the Justice Desk to run a variety justice and Human Rights campaigns and initiatives in their schools and communities.


YA conferences, trainings and networking opportunities for schools across South Central Africa allow for an incredible leadership opportunity!


Email edu@justicedesk.org for more information


Throughout each year, The Justice Desk creates and runs 12 campaigns aimed at getting the public involved in advocating for their rights and the rights of others. These campaigns focus on equipping people with the necessary knowledge, skills and tools needed to run advocacy and human rights movements. They include, but are not limited to, the following topics: Anti- human trafficking month, 30 Rights in 30 Days campaign, Power of Youth, Women’s Rights, Peace, Children’s Rights, Anti-drugs, Sustainable Development Goals, Anti-domestic abuse, HIV/Aids, Eco-Justice and Anti-Xenophobia.