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The Economic Justice Network in Southern Africa is a project of the Fellowship of Christian Councils in Southern Africa (FOCCISA). FOCCISA consists of eleven National Christian Councils: Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Its objectives are:
* To increase and develop effective advocacy strategies and interventions on a selected number of priority issues affecting the region through joint conferences, seminars and workshops.
* To undertake relevant research on particular issues of concern to the EJN that can be used in advocacy activities of the National Christian Councils, EJN and partner organisation.
* To facilitate information gathering, dissemination and exchange within EJN and with partner organisations on the key priority areas (debt, trade and food security).
* To encourage economic literacy programmes by the Churches at all levels.
* To liaise with similar networks in Southern Africa and the continent and our International partners to collaborate on issues of global concern. ... [according to site editor's information]
UDN is an advocacy and lobbying coalition of NGOs, Institutions and individuals formed in 1996. UDN works to promote and advocate for pro-poor policies and full participation of poor people in influencing poverty-focused policies, monitoring the utilization of public resources and ensuring that borrowed and national resources are prudently managed in an open, accountable and transparent manner. ... [according to site editor's information]
JS is a network of debt campaigns, social movements, people's organizations, communities, NGOs and political formations in over 50 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa and Asia/Pacific. We aim to develop and strengthen a global South movement on the debt, in cooperation with others South and North who are struggling to build a world free of domination. ... [according to site editor's information]
La plate-forme « Dette & Développement » regroupe 27 organisations et syndicats français agissant en faveur d'une solution large, juste et durable au problème de la dette des pays en développement. Elle a pour objectif de faire le lien entre dette et développement en travaillant à la promotion d'une solution définitive à la question de la dette des pays du Sud. ... [selon les informations de l'éditeur du site]
The Committee for the Cancellation of the Third World Debt (French: CADTM) is an international network of individuals and local committees from across Europe and Latin America, Africa and Asia. The network acts in close liaison with other movements and organisations fighting for the same ideals. Its main preoccupation, besides the debt issue, is the planning of activities and radical alternatives for the creation of a world respectful of people's fundamental rights, needs and liberties. ... [according to site editor's information]
"Should we have to pay twice for apartheid?" This is the question raised by the ADR organizations in South-Africa. Two statements were made in 1998 and 2003 summarizing their requests: the debts of apartheid must be cancelled, and the foreign businesses and banks that profited from apartheid and sustained it must pay reparations for the injustice and the damage made possible by it.
The Swiss ADR coordination, as the Swiss intermediary of the international campaign asks that the entire truth be made public concerning the relationship between Switzerland and the apartheid regime. The Swiss coordination supports the claims that were filed by Khulumani against banks and businesses. ... [according to site editor's information]