Established in July 2010, Justice for Iran (JFI) is a London-based human rights NGO which seeks freedom from impunity.
JFI aims to hold the perpetrators of serious human rights violations, including but not limited to crimes against humanity, torture, enforced disappearances, war crime and genocide which have been committed in Iran or by the Iranian officials, accountable.
JFI focuses on the right to truth for individual victims and the whole society, and pursues right to justice for those who belong to the most marginalised groups such as women, ethnic and religious minorities, LGBTIs and political dissidents.
JFI conducts fact-findings, initiates judicial and semi-judicial actions and carries out campaign and advocacy at national, regional and international levels.
JFI is a member of the International Federation of Human Rights (FIDH) and the Regional Network for Historical Dialogue and Dealing with the Past (RNHDP).