Food Security and Climate Justice
The aim of this project is to contribute to efforts in the SADC region to ensure food security for those affected adversely by hunger crisis and food shortages. .
The world trade regime is largely shaped by the interests of rich countries while the concerns of poor countries in their search for development are neglected.
ADVOCACY TOWARDS SADC
The EJN Advocacy Towards SADC Programme focuses on the engagement of the SADC Secretariat and member states.
WHAT WE DO
and Climate Justice
The target group and main beneficiaries include the NCCs who are part of the network working on food security and climate justice. It includes smallholder farmers and the rural communities who work with the NCCs at national level on food security and climate justice issues. The project incorporates interfaith communities, civil society organisations, networks, ACT Alliance partners and the Southern Africa region and the Food and Climate Justice Campaign Coalition (SADC FCJC) – all of whom all directly engaged in food security and climate justice issues.GET STARTED TODAY
What we do
TAX JUSTICE AND ILLICIT FINANCIAL FLOWS
Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs) have drawn increasing attention in the Southern African region. The biggest culprits identified are multinational entities (MNEs) according to several reports by the African Union (AU), United Nations (UN) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), with those in the extractive sector featuring prominently.
THE SOUTHERN AFRICA TAX AND GOVERNANCE NETWORK (SATGN)
In the face of all the tax and governance injustices, the region has not had a social movement to resist and revolt against this. CSOs and citizens alike, have not been able to successfully come up with organic strategies to help curb IFFs and pressure governments to resist neo-imperialism in the form of foreign investment.
Extractives Industries and the Alternative Mining Indaba
EJN’s work on Extractive Industries began in 2010. Much of this work included building a strong movement of faith leaders and organizations demanding to have a voice in the mining sector and the protection of their socio-economic interests and rights, especially from multi-national corporations (MNCs) operating mines in their areas.
Overall goal of AMI 2021Overall goal of AMI 2021
An engaged African citizenry that uses its agency to demand legal reforms; transparency and accountability and responsible supply chains in the mining sector for the benefit of current and future generations.An engaged African citizenry that uses its agency to demand legal reforms; transparency and accountability and responsible supply chains in the mining sector for the benefit of current and future generations.