Support TRIAL International on AIJA’s 59 birthday
Did you know that you can create an impact with every step?
Sign up for the AIJA 2021 World Tour Challenge to support human rights and justice from 28 June to 4 July 2021.
AIJA is celebrating its 59th anniversary by inviting participants worldwide to run, cycle or walk for a cause. This year, we are committing towards Human Rights and Innovation and raising money for TRIAL International. It isa non-governmental organisation fighting impunity for international crimes and supporting victims in their quest for justice. Know more below.
What is the AIJA World Tour Challenge 2021?
1- Run | Cycle | Walk: Indoors on a treadmill/spin bike/even backyard OR anywhere outdoors.
2- Together, complete at least 59 km with your national team.
3- Seven-Day-Challenge: Starts on 28 June and ends on 4 July 2021, 23:59 CEST
Here are some simple steps to participate:
1- FREE SIGN UP: Register for free before 25 June and in the following days receive a welcome email confirming your place and national team.
2- WHATSAPP GROUP: You will soon be invited to your team’s WhatsApp group to meet other participants and plan your fundraising/sporting activity.
3- TRACK YOUR ACTIVITY: Use track app such as Strava, RunKeeper, Runtastic, etc. Submit your time/distance along with photographs, selfies and videos capturing moments from your activity in your team’s WhatsApp group.
4- WEAR TO REPRESENT: Anything that represents your support for the cause or AIJA merchants
5- SHARE: Spread the word on social media and encourage others to sign up and/or donate. Use the following suggestive hashtags: #weareaija, #aijaworldtour2021, #innovate4humanrights #59kmchallenge
6- SUPPORT-DONATE: Raise funds/donate to TRIAL International. We suggest a minimum donation of €5, however, you are free to give any amount that you are comfortable with. Even if you are not participating in the challenge, you can support the cause by making a valuable donation and help TRIAL International to work towards justice.
About TRIAL International: A non-governmental organisation that takes an innovative approach to the law, paving the way to justice for survivors of unspeakable sufferings. The organisation provides legal assistance, litigates cases, develops local capacity, and pushes the human rights agenda forward. Know more about the organisation, https://trialinternational.org/
This initiative is organised by the Human Rights Committee, AIJA President François Barré and National Representatives Committee.
To find out more about the challenge, visit https://www.aija.org/en/event-detail/628