Justice Access Point was established in 2018 and formerly registered in 2019. The formation of the Organization was inspired by the overarching and urgent need to kick start, reignite, and re-invigorate the different Justice efforts including the stalled transitional Justice process in Uganda, Africa states back clash against the International Criminal Court; Uganda’s challenge to implement recommendations from the 1st and 2nd UPR. Jap supports state and non-state actors through a number of interventions highlighted in the programming areas.
A one stop Justice center of excellence, enabling citizens and citizen organizations in fragile and post-conflict communities in Uganda to effectively and efficiently access and utilize the available justice mechanisms and meet their justice needs.
A society where every citizen is able to access and benefit from Justice.
The target groups for JAP are the victims of mass atrocities, international crimes, terrorism and tortured victims.
The primary geographical coverage includes the fragile, conflict and post conflict communities in Uganda.