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Our Mission

Justice, Peace & Human Rights

The ITJP is a non-political, non-partisan, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization registered in the United States. ITJP seeks to combat core international crimes such as genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity in Afghanistan and other war-torn countries. We will accomplish this mission through raising awareness, advocacy, holding seminars, research, training, monitoring, and reporting human rights violations.

Amplify Voices. Support Afghan Women & Girls.

Support our Victims' Stories Project, shedding light on the untold experiences of Afghan women affected by core international crimes and human rights violations in Afghanistan. With your support, we document their stories, advocate for justice, and provide a platform for their voices to be heard. Together, let's make a difference.
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Our Projects - In Need of Support

Victims Gallery: Empowering Victims Voices through Storytelling

Establishing a Victims Gallery to document and remember the stories of victims of core international crimes. Showcasing images, videos, and testimonials collected through ethical and reliable sources. Through this project, ITJP aims to empower victims by amplifying their voices and raising awareness about human rights violations.

Uncovering Core International Crimes

Conducting impartial research and documentation into core international crimes, such as genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity in Afghanistan. ITJP recruits experts and establishes an online portal to document reports, engage in dialogue with organizations, and lobby for support and justice.

Empowering Victims and Communities: Human Rights Training and Resources

Establishing a comprehensive Resource Center on core international crimes and human rights abuses. Providing victims with crucial education and awareness while offering researchers and policy makers access to recent research and documents. Empowering advocacy for justice and lasting peace.

Emergency Assistance for Afghan Prosecutors and Justice Personnel

As the founding organization of the Prosecutors For Prosecutors campaign launched by the US Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (APA-US), we’re dedicated to aiding Afghan prosecutors and legal personnel grappling with economic difficulties post-Taliban takeover. To fulfill this, we’ve set up the Emergency Financial Assistance Fund, specifically aimed at swiftly addressing their pressing financial needs.

Eligibility Criteria:

Limited to prosecutors and legal practitioners actively engaged in legal professions within Afghanistan; Individuals experiencing severe economic challenges, as evidenced by a detailed account of financial difficulties, must demonstrate an immediate and critical need for financial assistance; Priority given to those adversely affected by removal from Afghan justice institutions by the Taliban, presently unemployed, women, survivors, family members of victims without supporters, those whose legal careers have been significantly disrupted due to recent events, and individuals with dependents or family responsibilities; Applicants must be currently residing in Afghanistan, Pakistan, or Iran; Submission of two verifiable professional references confirming the applicant’s legal activities and duties.


Due to limited funds, we prioritize immediate needs in our response. Our current financial aid program is tailored to cover short-term expenses, with the potential for extension based on additional financial resources.

Join us in expanding the fund by making donations. Your contribution can significantly impact the lives of those in need.

To apply, please fill out the application form and submit it to The program operates continuously without a set closing date.

On Focus

Report Crimes

You can—and should—report human rights abuses. Even if they are not prosecuted, publicity or the prospect of an investigation can restrain the perpetrators.

Reporting on international crimes, especially war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide, and human rights abuses, helps us identify and document these crimes and strives to bring perpetrators to justice. We can still play an essential role in ending crimes and ensuring fairness and lasting peace worldwide by reporting and documenting crimes.
Our Voice Matters

Victims Stories

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On Honor

Our Voice Matters

Honored by the DA of Santa Clara County and U.S. District Attorneys for our unwavering commitment to integrity, transparency, service, and hard work. Our tireless efforts in amplifying the voices of Afghan prosecutors for justice and support were acknowledged during the ‘Prosecutors for Prosecutors’ conference held in Salt Lake City on July 27, 2023. This landmark event aimed to rally support, raising $15 million to aid the relocation and empowerment of prosecutors from Afghanistan.

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