Summer 2023 Newsletter
GJC supported our longtime partner Naw Hser Hser of the Women's League of Burma in briefing the UN Security Council, where she was the first civil society activist from Myanmar to address the Council in an open session since the February 2021 coup.
Spring 2023 Newsletter
In April, the United Nations Sixth Committee held a resumed session that considered the substance of the draft treaty on crimes against humanity. To prepare for this historic week, we published a Q&A that answers key questions about the treaty.
Winter 2023 Newsletter
We spearheaded a letter signed by nearly 200 organizations and individuals that urged UN human rights experts to act in response to the abortion rights crisis unleashed by the Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v JWHO.
Fall 2022 Newsletter
After stalling for years, the draft Crimes Against Humanity treaty advanced when a UN committee approved a resolution in November. The treaty would close major gaps in the prosecution of mass atrocities.
Summer 2022 Newsletter
Along with countless feminists across the United States and around the world, we took to the streets the day the Supreme Court announced its ruling repealing the constitutional right to abortion. As ever, GJC was ready to fight back.
Spring 2022 Newsletter
Following this week's disastrous news that the US Supreme Court is prepared to overturn Roe v. Wade, we rallied in New York and Washington D.C. with our allies in the movement for abortion rights. Our message? Abortion is a human right.
Winter 2022 Newsletter
Ahead of the first hearings in the International Court of Justice case against Myanmar since the coup, we published a Q&A with Human Rights Watch. The factsheet answers question about the current stage of the case as well as its future.
Fall 2021 Newsletter
In response to the draconian abortion ban passed by Texas and legitimized by the Supreme Court, GJC stood in solidarity with abortion providers and demanded action in Washington.