“Women’s access to justice” a broad title encompassing numerous claims making some people ask “what will you be able to do?” It seems that this title includes many gaps which Justice Without Frontiers is aiming at overcoming them so that the way of justice remains passable.
On the international justice day, Justice Without Frontiers organized an activity on 18/07/2017 so as to reflect the image of women’s access to justice on a wall in Nabaa and which included a large number of poor and abused women who are in dire need for raising awareness and support in order to acknowledge their rights.

It is to mention that the said activity is not the first of its kind. In fact, Justice Without Frontiers continuously aims at women’s involvement and social support network in several activities, round tables, and raising awareness sessions so as to claim women’s rights and others.

The activity initiated from this wall to flick the dust of ruthlessness, pain, poverty and ignorance, this dust that burdened many people. It is high time to defend rights, it is high time to let women know that they are capable of accessing justice because nothing is impossible, on the contrary, the will has always existed and perseverance is latent.
Through his coloring plume, artist “Alfred Bader” erased the painful memories and sowing hope, strength and awareness instead. These colors added joy the moment they were drawn on the wall, colors that danced to the music ever since the beginning until the last touch. Bader’s plume was accompanied by the social support network’s plumes at Justice Without Frontiers that came to color the faces of children with drawings of their choices.

In a relevant context, another team of participants were also writing sentences that express their desires as well as their handprints to confirm their claims unity and working together to attain them.