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Thanks to all who joined us at the OMI Centre in Wistaston, near Crewe, for our March meeting. Kenya, with its new AEFJN group, was the focus for our work on Trade, Climate Change, Land Grabbing and Tax Evasion. Our thanks, too, to Phil Teece of Oxfam who gave a great talk and enlightened us about some of the crises facing Kenya. We look forward to developing closer links with the Kenyan Antenna.

FOR YOUR DIARY: The autumn networking days will be Tuesday 9th and Wednesday 10th October, 2018, also at Wistaston.

2019 meetings: 26-27 March & 8-9 October.

The Wistaston Hall Retreat Centre leaflet

(with directions on how to get there)

For more information and to book your place at the next networking day, write to aefjnuk@yahoo.co.uk

Latest Africa Action Sheet

Summer 2018

  • Britain set to push for Big Tech's demands in trade deals
  • Braced for the impact of Climate Change in Ethiopia and Burkina Faso
  • Cleaning up UK tax havens
  • Cocoa and global goals: women's empowerment
  • Can bees battle climate losses?
  • Why Kenya hopes 'blockchaining' can end land grabbing



Kenya: new AEFJN Antenna

A new AEFJN antenna was launched in Nairobi on February 16, 2018. The launch was preceded by a two-day workshop on Advocacy and AEFJN itself. The antenna is anchored by the Conferences of Major Superiors of Kenya. Previously, the two conferences (of male & female religious congregations) worked independently of each other but AEFJN is now a common voice for them both on matters of economic justice.


A structure to coordinate the antenna’s activities for the next year has been set up. The antenna has chosen the theme of Tax Evasion/Money Laundering for their advocacy activities and will soon be meeting to develop their Plan of Action. The Secretariat is grateful to the UK antenna and the Executive for their support in setting up the new antenna. The UK antenna has further committed itself to working closely with the Kenyan antenna.




The Bishops’ mission vis-à-vis the challenges of globalization

CCEE – SECAM Seminar

Fatima, Portugal – 14 April 2018

Bishop Declan Lang


Welcome to

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We are a Christian organisation promoting life-giving economic relations between Europe and Africa. This site aims to share with you the latest information on European policies that risk making Africa's poorest even poorer and practical ideas on how to make a difference.


Economic Justice Manual

This Manual is in two parts.

Volume 1 aims to help Christian groups be effective agents of change.

Volume 2 gives detailed practical information about:
Access to Quality Medicines,
Raw materials & Corporate social responsibility,
Food sovereignty
& Land grabbing,
& Trade in Small Arms.

For more details click below:

Man1 Man2

For hard copies of the Manual write to aefjnuk@yahoo.co.uk


Highly recommended video:

Together we can cool the planet!


Produced by La Vía Campesina and GRAIN, it gives you the information you need to understand how the agro-industrial food system is impacting our climate and what we can do to change course and start cooling the planet. And every single one of us is part of the solution!

“AEFJN listens to the voice of Africa... brings this voice to the EU, and insists on the right and the responsibility of Africans to make their own policy for development”.

Recent publications from our Brussels office

'Echoes from AEFJN', June2018

Trade Update, May 2018

for back copies, see under 'Issues - Trade'



For Those who have Responsibility in Economic Matters