"Bradden Young didn't just care about justice, he lived for it. Thank you for helping build the Mudzini Young Justice Center to continue the legacy of what he started."

Thomas Keown and Anthony Mulongo
Co–founders, Many Hopes

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THE PROBLEM

In a healthy democratic society justice exists at three levels:

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If any one of these break down then injustice occurs.

When all three break down you have systemic injustice that becomes embedded in culture and it's hard to remove. The most vulnerable bear the brunt of it. Usually women and children.

Single emphasis strategies can help individuals, but have proven ineffective at large-scale or long-term prevention of abuse because:

LEGISLATION

LAW ENFORCEMENT

POPULATION

with an understanding of rights and responsibilities

Just replacing ineffective laws with better legislation doesn’t help if it is not enforced, or if the exploited don’t know how to access the justice system when they need it. 

Just tackling poor law enforcement doesn’t help if the laws they are enforcing are ineffective. 

Just educating people about their rights and how to access justice doesn’t help if the laws are ineffective or if law enforcement is corrupt and won’t act.

The powerful exploit the powerless with impunity.

AS A RESULT:

Aid and effort is spent to help the victims.

These injustices are systemic and institutionalized and have become culturally accepted.

THE SOLUTION

Mudzini Young Justice Center will advance the safety of children through the law.

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When the problem exists in three interrelated places, the solution must act in all three places:

Prosecuting individual abuse cases that set legal precedent or compel law enforcement to act, so protect every child in the country.

PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION

Identifying where current law is failing children and recommending new national legislation.

POLICY DEVELOPMENT, RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS

Teaching the next generation so communities are empowered to promote the rights and well-being of their own children.

NURTURING FUTURE ADVOCATES

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THE SOLUTION

Mudzini Young Justice Center will advance the safety of children through the law.

When the problem exists in three interrelated places, the solution must act in all three places:

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