Roya Institute for Global Justice is a New York-based, 501(c)(3) U.S. not-for-profit organization that strives to promote human rights and advocate for better access to judicial, educational, and cyber justice for all.
With its main office in New York City and its Advisory Board members around the world, Roya Institute works on a global scale, with attention to local particularities. The Institute is presently directing its efforts to West Asia, particularly Afghanistan.
Roya Institute provides its services to all, respecting all human dignity without discrimination based on race, color, gender, sexual orientation, language, religion, political alignment, socio-economic status, nationality, birthplace. The Institute is especially committed to standing up against gender-based discrimination.
To compensate for existing social injustices and inequalities, and to achieve equality of opportunity, vulnerable individuals and marginalized groups are at the center of the Institute’s attention. These include women, children, the elderly, people with physical and mental disabilities (people with different abilities), refugees including those displaced due to climate change, and stateless persons.