Trade Justice

London Churches works with JustShare on issues of Global Justice

JustShare

Justshare is a coalition of Churches and Christian organisations committed to global economic justice. JustShare draws its vision and values from the Christian faith. It therefore views the extent of inequality in today's global economy as contrary to God's will. Its original purpose was to provide a distinctive Christian presence in the City of London, alongside the May Day demonstrations.

Today, JustShare seeks to:

  • understand the impact of the financial sector on global poverty
  •  engage in dialogue with key City of London institutions on this issue
  •  encourage changes in policy and practice which bring about a more just world
  • arrange a programme of events that will mobilise Christians, especially in the London area, to promote these changes.

JustShare does this through hosting public debates, an annual May Day event in the heart of the City, and engaging in dialogue with banks and financial institutions in the City. It seeks to encourage Christians in these spheres to promote justice as an integral part of their faith.

JustShare does this through hosting public debates, an annual May Day event in the heart of the City, and engaging in dialogue with banks and financial institutions in the City. It seeks to encourage Christians in these spheres to promote justice as an integral part of their faith.

JustShare does this through hosting public debates, an annual May Day event in the heart of the City, and engaging in dialogue with banks and financial institutions in the City. It seeks to encourage Christians in these spheres to promote justice as an integral part of their faith.

JustShare does this through hosting public debates, an annual May Day event in the heart of the City, and engaging in dialogue with banks and financial institutions in the City. It seeks to encourage Christians in these spheres to promote justice as an integral part of their faith.

JustShare does this through hosting public debates, an annual May Day event in the heart of the City, and engaging in dialogue with banks and financial institutions in the City. It seeks to encourage Christians in these spheres to promote justice as an integral part of their faith.