Justice Consortium, Inc

“Tus manos son mi caricia, mis acordes cotidianos. Te quiero porque tus manos trabajan por la justicia… Te quiero en mi paraíso es decir que en mi país la gente viva feliz aunque no tenga permiso”
Mario Benedetti


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Justice Consortium           
501 (C) (3)

We are an US base Non Profit organization and network that helps to strength democracy with social sustainable development programs. 

Justice Consortium mission is to provide support to raise living standards, improve governance and human rights, promote social and sustainable development, improve education and strengthen democracy worldwide. 

Our education area develops education and multimedia programs for Latino communities in Massachusetts and in the US. We are proud to promote and enhance the good relations between the US and developing countries. 

United Nations (Ecosoc) Consultative Status. 

Our Programs 

US and Latin American Network:
The activities of Consortium include activities to support organizations in the US and Latin America that work for the social sustainable development, democracy, human rights, education and judicial reform. We dedicate a good effort in our area of promoting good governance, democracy, civil rights and sustainable development.

Latino/Haitian Multimedia Program: 
We also have a Latino/Haitian media program. Our goal is to improve the quality of life of the minority populations locally in the state of Massachusetts, as well supporting programs with various partnerships that benefit Hispanics and Haitians worldwide, by using multimedia strategies and by promoting the empowerment of organizations and community groups.  Our foundation combines the use of media with 2.0 strategies and programs in an effort to give a voice to and empower Hispanic and Haitian communities.

Nueva Politica (New Policy): We contribute with the on-line publication and distribution of the monthly magazine Nueva Politica.
Our Programs

Latino Diversity in Massachusetts School System:
Improving public policy is not enough to reduce historical discrimination and barriers to integration. A complete set of strategies must be in place to promote diversity, understanding and integration. Early childhood strategies and a system of integrative activities among parents, students, authorities and teachers can produce better spaces for a better school environment to Latino legal immigrants.

Latin American & Caribbean Network for Democracy: We provide support to the Latin American and Caribbean Network for Democracy.http://www.redlad.org

Promoting Integration with Environmental Justice: Environmental Justice program in Latin America in a coordinating effort with US students.Indigenous Communities:Our plan is to develop an integrative and comparative analysis between Indigenous Peoples in Canada, US and Venezuela.
 
UN Consultative Status / OAS Consultative Status 
Founder and Member of the Latin American and Caribbean Network for Democracy
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