Justice for Women - Yakima training

Justice for Women

Justice for Women is a grassroots movement for social justice and systemic change, with women living on the margins. Women’s Justice Circles empower women to identify issues of concern in their communities and act for change.

Jessica Molina – Keynote Address Spring Benefit 2022

Jessica Molina, the facilitator of the Women’s Justice Circle in Aberdeen, shares about the inspirational and hope filled work of the Circle. Thank you for your leadership and prophetic voice, Jessica!

Thea Bowman Award 2022 – Aberdeen Women’s Justice Circle

IPJC was honored and humbled to award the Aberdeen Women’s Justice Circle the second annual Thea Bowman Award for their tireless work for justice. Thank you for your inspiring work, and prophetic witness to love and hope.


In 2020 we celebrated our 20th Anniversary

From Tacoma to Tanzania, the Northwest to New Jersey, in 72 cities and 8 countries women have gathered in Justice Circles! Changes in housing, transportation, education, healthcare access, and social service systems have resulted because of the Circles! Over 300 groups have collaborated with us in a common vision for the common good!

We are full of gratitude for all the women who have developed their leadership skills and taken action, in over 300 Justice Circles, to create healthy, stable lives for themselves, their families and their communities.
Justice for Women 20th Anniversary
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Click on the publication above to read online or
download the PDF of the Justice for Women 20th Anniversary booklet


Sister Margaret Cafferty Development for People Award

The Women’s Justice Circles were awarded the Sister Margaret Cafferty Development for People Award in 2012 and were featured in the book, Beyond Empowerment: A Pilgrimage with the Catholic Campaign for Human Development by Jeffry Odell Korgen.

To learn more about our Women’s Justice Circles, Read the letter from Giselle Cárcamo, the Justice for Women Coordinator!