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Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP)

The Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) was founded in 1992 and works to promote the awareness of human rights, justice, and peace in the communities the church serves. CCJP strives to create a peaceful Malawian society that promotes the development of the whole person, including economic justice and advocacy.

Albinism - Malawi - campaigning SCIAF has partnered with CCJP since 2016, working on projects promoting human rights and justice for marginalised groups in Malawi, including people with albinism. Our projects not only support people to identify and protect their rights but also train community and government officials on how they can protect the rights of all people in Malawi.  

George CCJP Malawi
We look at people with disabilities in their totality, by focusing on a whole range of human rights. When we provide interventions, we’re not only focused on access to justice and healthcare but also on the right to education, development, and political participation.

George Chiusiwa National Governance Programmes Coordinator, CCJP 

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