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Natural Justice works at the intersection of human rights and environmental law. Our vision is the conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity through the self-determination of Indigenous peoples and local communities.

We are currently in the process of rebuilding our full website. In the meantime please explore this version which contains some of our resources and representative work.

For detailed reports on Natural Justice’s activities and other relevant information, please visit our blog at

For detailed information on community protocols and related work, please visit the dedicated website at

If you are interested in supporting Natural Justice please visit us at

Natural Justice offers unpaid internships to individuals either currently studying or recently qualified in the areas of environmental law, policy, environmental science, and community development. The internship programme seeks to give work experience to graduates or students within one of its 6 programmes for a period of between 3 to 6 months. Opportunities for placements exist with its South African, Kenyan and Indian teams. Off-site placements are also available. If you are interested please send your CV, and a motivational letter to info(at) with ‘INTERNSHIP’ and your name in the subject line. Please also indicate areas of interest and geographical preference.