Our Partners

The Economic Justice Network is precisely that: a network. Its affiliations and peer organisations are many and far-flung, and – more specifically – its partners span the globe, from Sweden to the United States, Norway to southern Africa.

They are:

Christian Aid

Christian Aid is an international development organization, founded in 1945 when Christians wanted to offer relief and reconciliation in post-war Europe. Its work is founded on Christian faith, inspired by hope, and acts to change an unjust world through charity.

Church of Sweden

The Church of Sweden is an Evangelical Lutheran community of faith, manifested in parishes and dioceses in Sweden. Church of Sweden - International affairs is a part of the worldwide church with long and deep relations with other churches around the globe.

Diakonia Sweden

Diakonia (Greek, meaning care and service) is the joint development organisation of five Swedish churches: the Alliance Mission, the Baptist Union, InterAct, the Methodist Church and the Mission Covenant Church. It is the members of these congregations who form Diakonia's support base.

Norwegian Church Aid (NCA)

Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) is a voluntary, ecumenical organisation that works to promote the basic rights of human beings. The Head Office is in Oslo, Norway and has offices in 65 countries worldwide.

Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA)

The Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) is a Johannesburg-based foundation, which was established in 1997. OSISA works in ten Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries: Angola, Botswana, DRC, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

OXFAM America

Oxfam America is an international relief and development organization that creates lasting solutions to poverty, hunger, and injustice. It is an affiliate of Oxfam International. Together with individuals and local groups in more than 100 countries, the organization saves lives, helps people overcome poverty, and fights for social justice.

OXFAM Great Britain

Oxfam Great Britain (GB) is an affiliate of Oxfam International. Oxfam GB is committed to saving lives and developing projects that put poor people in charge of their lives and livelihoods, to campaigning for change that lasts. Oxfam GB fights poverty in three ways; campaigning for change, development work and emergency response.

Southern Africa Trust

The Southern Africa Trust (SAT) was established in 2005 to support civil society organisations in southern Africa to participate effectively and with credibility in policy dialogue so that the voices of the poor can have a better impact in the development of public policies.

 

More Thoughts

We need to paint a better world, articulate a better future that doesn't involve wilful consumption - Will Day