In celebration of the inspiring lives of our

Dominican champions of social justice and peace,

we are launching for the very first time our fundraising campaign

"A CALL TO INSPIRE" in support of the work of our modern day human rights defenders.


From June to November, the INSPIRE campaign will focus on the past,  present and future human rights defenders. Let us draw inspiration from Dominican champions of social justice and peace.

What you can do: 

1. Help share information on this campaign
2. Spread awareness of the work of Dominicans for Justice and Peace worldwide
3. Stay informed of our activities taking place during the INSPIRE campaign and attend our upcoming special events (more information will be published on this website)
4. Stay informed about our current projects by subscribing to our monthly newsletter
5. Invite friends, parishioners and other interested people to donate financially to the work of the Delegation: here
6. To DONATE via iRaiser, please click here.

7. Volunteer or recommend someone to volunteer as a Philanthropy Associate for Dominicans for Justice and Peace



You can donate right now using PayPal or a credit card:



Dominicans for Justice and Peace - Bank Information for donations

  • Account Name: Dominicans for Justice and Peace (Order of Preachers)
  • Account Number: CH63 0900 0000 1420 6812 2
  • Address: Rue de Vermont 37-39
  • City/Country: Geneva 1202, Switzerland

Beneficiary Bank:

  • Bank Name: PostFinance SA
  • Bank Branch: N/A
  • Bank Address: Mingerstrasse 20, 3030 Berne, Switzerland
  • Routing Number (if applicable): N/A
  • Sort Code (if applicable): N/A
  • City/Country: Switzerland

If you are a Swiss resident, a donation certificate might be extended for tax purposes. If this is your case, please contact



We need your support to make possible the following projects in 2021:

  • Dominican RepublicUpholding human rights affected by the sugar exploitation in the Dominican Republic 
    • Location: El Seibo, Dominican Republic and Geneva, Switzerland
    • Main objective: Continue to actively denounce human rights abuses committed by the sugar industry in the Dominican Republic
    • Duration: 12 months
    • Direct beneficiaries: families and communities in El Seibo, particularly:
    • - Victims of forced evictions by Central Romana; 
      - Sugar cane workers working for Central Romana; and 
      - Local communities who struggle to have access to land Click here to READ MORE





  • Solomon Islands: training on techniques for collecting data on rights violations, planning and organising field visits and advocacy visits to embassies and writing advocacy reports and statements

Thank you for supporting Dominicans for Justice and Peace. Through your contribution you participate in building a more just world.


We will keep you updated in the status of these projects. 

We are grateful for your generosity which empowers us to make a difference in the lives of our sisters and brothers.

fr Aniedi Okure OP
Director and Permanent Delegate to the UN and General Promoter of Justice and Peace of the Order of Preachers


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