Ecumenical Coalition for Economic Justice (ECEJ)
1973. Formerly GATT-Fly. Activities taken over by G-XG9375 - Canadian Ecumenical Justice Initiatives (KAIROS), Jul 2001.
Work on behalf of Canadian churches to promote a just, moral and sustainable economy, in particular by carrying out research and analysis of economic alternatives, including fiscal, monetary and trade policy; seek to redress systemic causes of injustice and find points of connection between issues; present alternatives grounded in Christian values and communicate them in a popular and easily understood manner; develop leadership capacity; coordinate opportunities for churches to speak out ecumenically on significant economic justice issues; promote exchanges between church networks and partners in the social justice movement.
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