CIJ is a non-profit organisation founded in 2017 and based in Berlin. We engage in advocacy and policy-oriented research to make anti-discrimination and equality policy more inclusive and address structural inequalities more effectively in Europe.
We tackle intersecting forms of structural inequality and discrimination to advance anti-discrimination and equality policymaking in Europe.
CIJ is hiring a Director of Communications19.01.22
CIJ is hiring an Event Curator18.10.21
Factsheet - Race in Germany and Europe14.04.21
Center for Intersectional Justice Releases 2020 Narrative Report25.02.21
Pressemitteilung: Nodoption Initiative - Mündliche Verhandlung beim Amtsgericht Tempelhof-Kreuzberg
We advocate for the legal recognition of intersectional discrimination and the adoption of effective policy measures to curb it at national and European levels.
We research and monitor the hidden effects of specific laws and policies and analyse the processes of intersectional discrimination and structural inequalities.
We provide learning opportunities around the concept of intersectionality through lectures, discussions, roundtables and workshops to promote its practical use in policy and law.