A regional NGO working to strengthen accountability and human rights in Asia-Pacific

Asia Justice and Rights believes that peace and democracy can only be sustained if impunity, corruption, denial of the truth about past violations are addressed. We aim to equip both local and national actors with the necessary skills, knowledge and resources for their long-term efforts to strengthen accountability.

> 7,984 people
Engaged in AJAR’s programs
> 141 activities
in Online and Offline Platform
> 30 projects
across Four Countries
> 26 products
in Various Audiovisual Medium

AJAR Annual Report 2020

FEATURED

ASEAN: Cambodia Chairmanship Should Thoroughly Address Crisis in Myanmar

5 November 2021 — We, the undersigned organisations, call on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to increase its…


11 November 2021

ASEAN: Cambodia Chairmanship Should Thoroughly Address Crisis in Myanmar

5 November 2021 — We, the undersigned organisations, call on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to increase its…


Press Releases
11 November 2021

AJAR’s Short Film “Konta-sai” Awarded Best Film and Best Animation at ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition 2021

We are delighted and proud to announce that our animated documentary titled “Konta-sai” has been awarded the Best Film and…


Latest Updates
10 October 2021

13 Years of Indonesian-Timor-Leste CTF Report; Indonesian-Timor Leste Community Initiative Responds to Limited Role of the State in Continuing KKP Recommendations

This online discussion event was held on 23rd July 2021 via Zoom. Watch the full event on our Youtube channel…


Past Events
8 August 2021

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Strengthening regional transitional justice networks and south-south linkages

Asia Justice and Rights is strongly committed to linking countries transitioning from various situations where human rights violations have occurred — focusing our work in places attempting to build a stable democratic base following prolonged conflict or authoritarian rule.ngly committed to linking countries transitioning from various situations such as war, dictatorship or where human rights violations have occurred.

Groundbreaking research and innovative practices

Asia Justice and Rights produce publications drawing on years of experience working on conflict and peace-building. Alongside our partners, we have worked to document human rights violations, worked with transitional justice organisations and victims/survivors in order to know how to deal with the challenges of justice and rights.

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