Brussels Academy of Justice (Junibrux) – a new educational and social model in the international scientific, educational and socio-political space. The work of Junibrux is multidisciplinary, in addition to training courses for students and media arbitration forums for the general public, it also conducts scientific analysis of international problems such as conflict, security, global and regional development, environmental issues, geoeconomics and the fundamentals of world order.
The mission of Junibrux is to promote the establishment of the ideals of freedom, justice and democracy, to build an open society in non-democratic countries, to strive for the creation of an equal world. To contribute to the modernization of human society and the expansion of the boundaries of knowledge, through the preservation and enhancement of humanistic, moral and socio-cultural values.
To train high-level professionals by generating advanced ideas and the best technologies in the field of education and social work. In its scientific, educational and socio-legal activities, it is entirely in solidarity with the neoclassical model of the university created by Wilhelm Humboldt and considered in the context of the paradoxes formulated by José Ortega y Gasset related to the functions of universities. In particular, the fact that universities create not only a socially significant benefit in the form of professional skills of future specialists, but also bring liberal values and culture to the world.
The tasks of Junibrux include training professionals in the fields of international relations, the media, politics, law, economics, and environmental protection; security questions; arbitration mediation. Junibrux training programs are designed for advanced training through classical and author’s lectures by renowned professors and politicians of the world. Junibrux also provides academic services to academics, politicians, and the active public. Junibrux trains competitive and adaptive professionals, who are the national elite, to solve the political, legal and socio-economic problems of their countries.
Belgium – Brussels
Rue de l’Arbre Benît 68,
Belgium – Antwerpen
Tel: +32 2 597 24 21
Gsm: +32 483 36 26 52
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