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Economic Justice Network Sierra Leone

Freetown, Sierra Leone
Joined August 2017

Sierra Leone and we intend to expand our work in other countries. Focus on advocacy, research and policy work. We do it through right based approach including members and community we served

Presence in: Sierra Leone
Focus: Economic Empowerment, Environmental Justice, Labor & Employment, Land & Natural Resources, Peace-building

Vision

Our vision embraces economic human right, as workers and people rights are human rights.

Mission Statement

Economic Justice Network –Sierra Leone (EJN-SL) is a coalition of civil society organizations, academics and other interested actors in Sierra Leone. EJN-SL stand’s for poverty reduction through equitable distribution of economic opportunities and resources. We will achieve this by the full participation of all actors in economic governance using policy research, Public education & dissemination, advocacy, dialogue and partnership.

Our Goal

Raising the understanding of our citizens for better, effective and accountable participation in the economic spheres of Sierra Leone”.

People Associated With This Organization

Peter John Amara

Sierra Leone  
Economic Justice Network Sierra Leone
Joined April 2016
Interests: Corruption, Economic Empowerment, Environmental Justice, Gender-based violence, Governance, Labor & Employment, Land & Natural Resources
My name is Peter John Amara, Executive Director of Economic Justice Network Sierra Leone. I am a Sierra Leonean national by birth . I am civil right activist with a background on Certificate in Humanitarian Law, Public Financial Management system, International Relations . Certificate course in International tax justice I am also bilingual in speaking and witting in French. I am currently puruing a degree course in Human Development at AIU in USA .

Profession in policy discourse that shape government positions for the benefit of the pro-poor. In this regard, half- hearted interventions have not been very productive in terms of CSOs engagements in promoting justice issues in Sierra Leone. And i believed that joining this network , much can be learnt and doe in promoting our work.

Our vision embraces economic human right, as workers and people rights are human rights.

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