What We Do
FJI has been actively campaigning for global financial justice since l993.
What we do:
- Raising awareness of global financial justice issues through vibrant, relevant, visible, mobilising and inclusive campaigning work.
- Working in solidarity with the global justice movement.
- Engaging in public activism and strengthening our campaigning alliance with other groups.
- Delivering high-quality critical development education across Ireland about global financial injustice - in the adult informal, formal post-primary and further education sectors.
- Strengthening critical perspectives in Ireland on debt and tax justice by producing up-to-date, topical educational materials using sound pedagogical methodologies.
- Providing open learning spaces on financial justice issues through development education.
- Publishing credible, evidence-based research to underpin our advocacy work.
- Making research accessible and easy to understand by the general public.
- Carrying out ongoing research on debt and tax injustice, its implications, and viable solutions.
- Lobbying the Irish government, the EU and OECD to act for debt and tax justice, on an ongoing basis.
- Pressing the World Bank, IMF and G20 for radical change in their policies.
- Advocating for government commitment to international debt and tax justice toward countries of the global South in collaboration with the global debt and tax justice movements.
- Regularly running public seminars, events and conferences which are topical, educational and relevant.
- Organising street demonstrations and working with the media to raise awareness for global financial justice.
- Delivering our materials and research in a way that is accessible and straightforward; striving to make complicated policy documents and 'jargon-speak' understandable.
- Maintaining coherent links between our education, campaigning and policy work in order to contribute to a genuine social change for the betterment of all.