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Edmund Rice  ministries are active in advocating for human rights and the environment from the local level through to the global level, including through UN mechanisms.

Click on the image below to find out more by visiting the website of Edmund Rice International

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Information on other Advocacy projects in the network is available below:

Nine is Mine - INDIA

In response to Nelson Mandela’s call to keep our governments accountable to their promise of halving poverty by the year 2015 and ending it by 2025, children in India have rallied themselves into a movement called NINEISMINE.

Check out their website, clicking on the image here:

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Edmund Rice Justice Centre - SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA

The Edmund Rice Centre is involved in a range of projects and activities across the four areas of its operation in research, community education, advocacy and networking. The Centre's objectives are to:
Conduct and encourage research into the causes of poverty and inequity in society, especially with regard to youth and Indigenous Australians.
Promote teaching that supports awareness, understanding and action in the areas of justice and community issues.
Promote experiential learning activities through organised and reflective immersion programs in Australia and internationally.
Encourage the development of skills in advocacy and social action.
Facilitate liaison and networking opportunities amongst agencies involved in social justice and community education activities.

Edmund Rice Centre for Justice and Community Education
PO Box 2219 (15 Henley Rd)
HOMEBUSH WEST, NSW 2140
AUSTRALIA

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ERN Social Justice & Advocacy Desk - SOUTH AFRICA

The Social Justice and Advocacy Desk of Southern Africa was launched in January of 2014 and is currently based at the Khaya ERNSA Community House in Cape Town, South Africa. The Desks yearly developed Formation Programme serves to educate and skill ERNSA members, as well as the general public around Social Justice and Advocacy issues. The Desk coordinates Social Justice Programmes, Eco Justice Presentations,
Eco-Retreats, Skills Courses for vulnerable young adults, as well as volunteerism projects such as The Umoya Project in Khayelitsha which focuses of the rights of the disabled and elderly. The Desk also advocates on behalf of local and international groups that suffer infringements on their Human Rights.

Contact Jessica at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Edmund Rice Christian Brothers JPIC network - NORTH AMERICA

The Edmund Rice Christian Brothers North America JPIC network supports justice efforts in school ministries. It was inaugurated in April, 2008.  Co-sponsored by ERCBNA Office for Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation and the ERCBNA Office of Eucational Services in order to foster, support, and partner justice work in all North American school ministries within the charism of Blessed Edmund Rice.

Check out their website, clicking on the image here:

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Edmund Rice Justice Bulletin

This blog had its origin as a means of linking students from Christian Brothers Schools in Victoria, Australia who attended the Social Justice days Brian Bond organised, or who participated in school retreats he helped facilitate. It arose from a belief that as well as charity, advocacy for human rights can also be a compassionate response for those who experience injustice and deprivation. In other words we can address root causes rather than just symptoms. After moving to Geneva to take up a position with Edmund Rice International (ERI) Brian decided to maintain the bulletin with its expanded mailing list but to give it an added focus linking it with the work of ERI.

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Edmund Rice Justice AOTEAROA - NEW ZEALAND

Edmund Rice Justice Aotearoa - New Zealand has being running as a organization since 2005 to provide support and community for young adults intersted in social justice. Supporters range in ages and occupations but are all held together by a passion to be involved in social justice issues.

We currently provide services such as

  • Community meetings for young adults and school students
  • Advocacy comments and campaigns
  • Information and resources on current issues
  • Services such as restorative justice facilitation
  • Support for new and developing social justice initiatives

Contact 

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+649 638 7033
123 Manukau Road, Auckland, New Zealand, 1024

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Over the past number of years there is an increasing awareness among us that we are being called to live in a new way, to live in a partnership relationship with creation.

Here are some resources that can help us to creatively live in right relationship:

USG/ UISG JPIC Commission, Rome

Catholic Conservation Center

Praying Nature - Cathal Duddy ofm

Irish Franciscan JPIC resources

Ecospirituality Resources

Eco Congregation Ireland

School Sisters of Notre Dame JPIC Resources

Earth Light

Earth Community - USG/UISG JPIC Resource

Sisters of Charity, Halifax - Global Concerns links

Holy Child Jesus Sisters - Reflections on Water

Earth Healing Daily Reflections - Al Frish SJ

OMI JPIC Resources

Earth Ministry (see RESOURCES tab)

Season of Creation (Resources)

Voices for Earth Justice

Web of Creation

Global Oneness Project

Alliance of Religions and Conservation

PODCAST On Community, Vunlerability and Becoming Human - Jean Vanier

Our work is shaped by the UN Sustainable Development Goals which you can read more about by clicking on the graphic below.
SDGs