MADJ (Movimiento Amplio por la Dignidad y la Justicia) is an organisation dedicated to combating corruption and upholding human rights in Honduras. In particular, MADJ has been advocating for environmental and land rights of indigenous communities in the context of mega-projects and industrial mining.
In October 2015, MADJ along with four other organisations, brought a case to the Inter-American Commission for Human Rights. They denounced embezzlement and corruption activities by public officials working at the Honduras Institute for Social Security (IHSS), which allegedly caused a significant decrease in the institution's capacity to provide public healthcare. As a result of previous instances of attacks, threats and harassment against MADJ, on 19 December 2013 the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights granted precautionary measures to its 38 members and their families.