Our Partners

Those closest to the problem are closest to the solution. Working hand-in-hand with community organizers, activists, and advocates, RFK Human Rights brings visibility to grassroots initiatives, providing resources and building public demand for reform where it’s needed most. We are privileged to partner with the bravest people on earth.

  • Abogadas y Abogados para la Justicia y los Derechos Humanos A.C.

    We partnered to continue seeking justice for Mrs. Ernestina’s family, and advancing the rights of Indigenous women in Mexico.

  • Abraji

    We partnered to protect freedom of expression, due process, and others in Brazil by taking the case of Rubens Valente vs. Brasil before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.

  • Adasina Capital

    Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Compass Investors work with Adasina Social Capital to demand racial justice focused investments with an eye on systemic change.

  • Advancement Project

    Our work together in Louisiana has supported local organizers in their demands for community-based solutions to safety and freedom.

  • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

    We joined forces to litigate the domestic violence case of Jessica Lenahan (Gonzales) v. United States, which prompted the IACHR to recommend strengthening U.S. domestic violence law.

  • American Federation of Teachers

    Partners on the launch and management of the Speak Truth to Power Video Contest. In addition, STTP lesson plans are featured on AFT’s “Share My Lesson” platform.

  • Ariel Investments

  • Asociación de Abogados y Notarios Mayas de Guatemala

    Our collaboration secured a judgment against the state of Guatemala in the case of Claudina Isabel Velásquez Paiz v. Guatemala.

  • Association for Freedom of Thought and Expression

    Our partnership in the case of Mahmoud Mohamed Ahmed Hussein v. Egypt ultimately led the Egyptian authorities to release Hussein.

  • Atlas of Blackness

  • Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI)

  • BNY Mellon

    Established in 1784, BNY Mellon is America’s oldest bank and the first company listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: BK). Today, BNY Mellon powers capital markets around the world through comprehensive solutions that help clients manage and service their financial assets throughout the investment life cycle. BNY Mellon had $45.7 trillion in assets…