Defending theHuman Rightto a Fair Trial
The right to a fair trial is one of the cornerstones of a just society. Without fair trials, innocent people are convicted and the rule of law and public faith in the justice system collapse. Fair Trials is a unique human rights charity that helps people facing criminal charges all over the world to protect this basic right and campaigns for fairer criminal justice systems.
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If you are facing criminal charges Fair Trials may be able to help. We do not charge for any of the assistance we provide. We cannot act as your lawyer or provide financial support but we can help you identify local experts, offer practical guidance, and advise you and your local lawyer about your fair trial rights under international law.
We believe the right to a fair trial is an essential part of a just society. Each person accused of a crime should have their guilt or innocence determined by a fair and effective legal process. But the right to a fair trial is not just about protecting suspects and defendants; it also makes societies safer and stronger. Without fair trials, trust in justice and in government collapses.
Fair trial rights are being fought for every minute of every day in prisons and court rooms across the globe. Without effective fair trials defenders, the right to a fair trial is just an abstract idea rather than a practical reality. This is why it is core to our mission to build a movement of fair trial defenders and to offer the training and support they need for their crucial work.
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Fair Trials Europe is a registered public foundation in Belgium (No. 552688677).
Fair Trials Europe was founded by Fair Trials International
(a registered charity with limited liability in England and Wales, Nos 1134586 and 7135273),
together they form Fair Trials.