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.

  • Cameroon Advocacy Network

  • Caribbean Institute of Human Rights

    We joined forces to file a request for precautionary measures before the IACHR on behalf of those detained at Carmichael Detention Center in Nassau, the Bahamas.

  • Caribbean Vulnerable Communities Coalition

    Our collaboration secured precautionary measures on behalf of C.M.T., a gay man who was at risk while detained in prison.

  • Center for Health and Gender Equity

    Together, we sued the Trump administration for creating and operating the State Department’s Commission on Unalienable Rights in violation of the Federal Advisory Committee Act.

  • Centro de Derechos Humanos de la Montaña – Tlachinollan

    We joined forces to litigate the cases of Janeth Paola Soto Betancourt et al. v. Mexico and Bonfilio Rubio Villegas v. Mexico.

  • Centro de Servicios Municipales Heriberto Jara, A.C. (CESEM)

    We partnered to seek justice for indigenous populations in Mexico, and in particular, indigenous women who have been victims of gender-based violence by members of the Mexican military.

  • Centro para el Desarrollo Integral de la Mujer, A.C (CEDIMAC)

    We partnered with CEDIMAC to seek justice for victims of gender-based violence and impunity in the cases of Silvia Elena Rivera Morales et al. v. Mexico and Cristina Escobar González v. Mexico.

  • Chapter Four Uganda

    We collaborated to bring Stella Nyanzi’s case before the U.N. Working Group on Arbitrary Detention.

  • Civic Works

    Collaborates to bring human rights education to Baltimore opportunity youth through the arts and creative expression.

  • Civil Rights Corps

    Our landmark litigation and high-impact advocacy empowers communities to change the unjust legal system.

  • Clearlake Capital Group

  • Columbia Law School

    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.