In our dedication to pursuing equal access to justice for all, as well as protecting human rights by promoting the adherence to international law, and educating vulnerable groups and the wider public, we have joint forces with mighty networks, alliances and other civil society organisations dedicated to similar causes. Cooperating and strengthening these networks is vitally important when it comes to achieving such challenging long term goals. 

The key networks Just Access has joined are: the Coalition for the International Criminal Court (CICC); the OSCE Network of Think Tanks and Academic Institutions; UNODC Civil Society Team; UNCAC Coalition; the CIVICUS Alliance; the Alliance4Ukraine.

The world’s largest civil society partnership advancing international justice. 


A more peaceful world through universal access to justice for victims of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide.

The CICC works in partnership to:

  • Advocate for all states to become party the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court; 
  • Advance stronger national laws that deliver justice to victims of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide; 
  • Strengthen state support for and cooperation with the ICC; 
  • Ensure that the Court is fair, effective and independent; 
  • Make justice visible; 
  • Promote global civil society voices on international justice; 
  • Build a global movement of justice advocates.

The OSCE Network of Think Tanks and Academic Institutions is a Track II initiative. It supports co-operative and comprehensive security in the OSCE area by providing policy advice, enhancing transnational civil society interaction, and raising awareness of the OSCE.

Membership is open to research institutions from OSCE participating States and partner states that are engaged in academic and policy research on issues relevant to the OSCE. 

The Network is based on a proposal made by OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier in July 2011. It was created by 16 research institutions on 18 June 2013 at the Vienna Hofburg. As of spring 2021, the Network has over 140 member institutions. 

UNODC Civil Society Unit facilitates, active and meaningful participation of civil society in intergovernmental sessions of the CCPCJ, the UN Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, and the Conference of the Parties to UNTOC.

Through projects “Stakeholder Engagement for the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (UNTOC), its Review Mechanism and Related Activities” and “Public-private partnerships: Fostering engagement with the private sector on the implementation of the UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (UNTOC) and its Trafficking in Persons Protocol”, UNODC Civil Society Team works to prepare and improve effective partnerships between NGOs, academia and private sector with a view to supporting Member States in a successful implementation of the UNTOC and constructive engagement in the Review Mechanism in line with UNTOC COP Resolution 9/1.

The UNCAC Coalition is a global network of over 350 civil society organisations (CSOs) in over 100 countries, committed to promoting the ratification, implementation and monitoring of the UN Convention against Corruption (UNCAC).

Established in August 2006, it mobilises civil society action for UNCAC at international, regional and national levels.

The Coalition’s office is registered and based in Vienna, Austria.

The Coalition engages in joint action around common positions on the UNCAC, facilitates the exchange of information among members, and supports national civil society efforts to promote the UNCAC. Coalition members share views via the Coalition website and a mailing list and ad hoc working groups.

The Coalition supports civil society organisations to engage in and contribute to the UNCAC review process, including through technical support.

The Coalition, directly and through its members, advocates for greater transparency and space for civil society participation in all UNCAC fora – the Conference of States Parties, the meetings of the Implementation Review Group, working groups and the review process on the national level.

Furthermore, the Coalition seeks to advance discussions on key issues covered by the Convention, including:

  • Access to Information
  • Asset Recovery
  • Beneficial Company Ownership Transparency
  • Protection of Whistleblowers and Anti-Corruption Activists  

CIVICUS is a global alliance of civil society organisations and activists dedicated to strengthening citizen action and civil society throughout the world. 

Building solidarity among civil society across borders and at scale 

  • Supporting civil society to connect with others 
  • Producing timely and world-class knowledge and analysis 
  • Advocating for open spaces and systemic change 
  • Amplifying voices of those usually not included 
  • Promoting resourcing of diverse and resilient civil society 
  • Innovating and incubate bold initiatives 
  • Promote, model and disseminate civil society best practice

The Alliance is a coordinating alliance of civil-social organizations, foundations, governmental institutions, and private businesses. The aim is to create a network of coordinated solutions for displaced people and refugees. Our current network mainly focuses on organizations that operate in or are based in Germany with some exceptions.


In its determination to pursuing equal access to justice for all, protecting human rights by promoting the adherence to international law, and educating vulnerable groups and the wider public, Just Access cooperates and is openly seeking cooperation with other NGOs, academic institutions and international legal bodies. Here are some examples of our cooperation.