A – Reports: Justice for Life publishes three types of reports:
- Special reports highlighting a particular violation, including a legal framework and recommendations.
- Summary reports containing a series of updates on developments in JFL work areas.
- Research papers in which the organization uses research tools, including questionnaires, focused group discussions, and key interviews, to highlight human rights issues of public interest.
B – Press releases: Through which the organization expresses its position on an issue or violation that requires an urgent intervention. The organization issues anonymous reports and statements either individually or in partnership with Syrian or international organizations.
2- Database: Includes documentation by the JFL researchers, which are used to contribute to the course of justice.
3- Capacity building: JFL conducts workshops targeting different groups, aimed at spreading knowledge of human rights.
4- Focused Group Discussions: The organization holds approximately a weekly dialogue session in its areas of work and aims to anticipate local perspectives on topics related to their regions, providing safe spaces for expressing opinions, and enabling different groups to participate and express themselves.
5- Advocacy campaigns: To mobilize local and international public opinion to promote and raise awareness of human rights.