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Networks & Exchange

Anyone seeking to change unjust global power relations needs allies. ECCHR places great emphasis on cooperation and exchange with other civil society actors dedicated to human rights and social justice. Building and strengthening these networks is vitally important when it comes to challenging powerful opponents like governments, military apparatuses or transnational corporations. A special role is played here by the Bertha Justice Network, which includes ECCHR and 14 other organizations from all over the world as well as the long-term cooperation with ECCHR’s Critical Legal Training alumn*.

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Bertha Global Exchange

Training & Co-learning

ECCHR has been able to invite colleagues from international partner organizations to come to Berlin for a set period of time as part of an intensive exchange of experiences and know-how. Bertha Global Exchange Fellows are actively involved in ECCHR's day-to-day work and contribute to issues and cases that their sending organizations are also working on.

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Alumn* Network

Networks & Exchange

Since the establishment of ECCHR in 2008 nearly 400 young human rights lawyers from more than 40 countries have participated in our Critical Legal Training. Together they constitute our alumni group, and their numbers are now into the hundreds.

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Bertha Justice Network

Networks & Exchange

ECCHR is part of the Bertha Justice Network which is comprised of 17 organizations from all continents, Bertha Justice Partners, as well as Bertha Justice Fellows and alumn*.

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Dialogue with organizations from the Global North and Global South

Networks & Exchange

Networks and partnerships excel when expertise and practical experience are shared. With this in mind, ECCHR regularly hosts workshops and exchanges on transnational human rights litigation.