Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights

Founding Year: 1968

Staff: 41

Budget: $ 12.3m~

Kerry Kennedy (President)

Formerly known as the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights, it is an American non-profit organization advocating “for a more just and peaceful world.” Its team of local activists, lawyers, entrepreneurs, writers and advocates, “united by a commitment to social justice,” strive to “ensure lasting positive change in governments and corporations.” It pursues “justice through strategic litigation on key human rights issues”, educating the youth in human rights advocacy, and fostering a “social good approach to business and investment.”

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Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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