The Education for Social Justice Foundation (ESJF) provides education on past injustices relegated to the sidelines of history. With students, educators, advocates, and researchers across the world, we’re committed to advancing social justice through education.
Education for Social Justice Foundation is a 501 (c)3 NGO in special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
U.S. foreign policy provides a framework that dictates its global understanding and practices to achieve national “security.” In a country with the most powerful military in the world, military force is one of the primary global tools used in U.S. foreign policy, sometimes indicating its imperialistic influences. Though the term “foreign” is used, U.S. foreign policy closely correlates to its domestic policy. Should the U.S. want to be a leading country in advancing human rights and promoting peace at home and abroad, it must adopt a feminist foreign policy. Among the several different interpretations and approaches of feminist foreign policy, ESJF supports pacifist feminism and intersectional feminism, which stands for equality and equity across all genders. We stand for social justice among people of every race, ethnicity, class, and other social markers.