The Justice Conference is proud to partner with a diverse range of like-minded Christian organisations. We are passionate about bringing together the body of Christ in the pursuit of justice and see partnering with the local church, Christian organisations and businesses as an essential element of this unification.

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Biblica

Biblica

Biblica, The International Bible Society, exists to provide the Bible in accurate, contemporary translations and formats so that more people around the world will have the opportunity to be transformed by Jesus Christ. Biblica works with partners across the globe to translate the Bible, improve access to God’s Word and encourage biblical engagement.



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Bruderhof

Bruderhof

At the Bruderhof we believe that another life is possible. We’re not perfect people, but we’re willing to venture everything to build a life where there are no rich or poor. Where everyone is cared for, everyone belongs, and everyone can contribute. We’re pooling all our income, talents, and energy to take care of one another and to reach out to others. We believe that God wants to transform our world, here and now. This requires a life of discipleship and sacrificial commitment, however, when you truly love your neighbour as yourself, peace and justice become a reality.

 


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Christian Aid

Christian Aid

We are a partnership of people, churches and local organisations committed to ending poverty worldwide. Our groundbreaking work began in 1945, when we were founded by British and Irish churches to help refugees following the Second World War. For over 70 years, we’ve been standing with the poorest of our neighbours. We have provided humanitarian relief and long-term development support for poor communities worldwide, while highlighting suffering, tackling injustice and championing people’s rights. We work in 37 countries, with people of all faiths and no faith, to stand up for dignity, equality and justice. #standtogether

 


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CSW

CSW

CSW is a human rights organisation specialising in freedom of religion or belief, and as Christians we stand with everyone facing injustice because of their religion or belief. Our vision is a world free from religious persecution, where everyone can practise a religion or belief of their choice. CSW's team of specialist advocates work in over 20 countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East. Our research and analysis is used by politicians, policy-makers and international institutions around the world, and CSW is the only advocacy organisation with a sole focus on freedom of religion or belief for all with UN accreditation.

 


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Home for Good

Home for Good

Home for Good believes that every child should have the opportunity to grow up in a safe and loving family where they can thrive. The Bible compels us to care for the vulnerable and defend the fatherless (Isaiah 1:17; James 1:27) and with your help we can find a home for every child who needs one. Through developing resources, providing training and leading campaigns, Home for Good raises awareness in the Church, inspires families to foster or adopt, and equips churches to be safe, welcoming and supportive places for vulnerable children and those who care for them.

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International Justice Mission

International Justice Mission

Since it began in 1994, International Justice Mission has protected the poor from violence throughout the developing world. Highlighted as one of 10 non-profits ‘making a difference’, IJM's innovative work has been recognised by the U.S. State Department, the World Economic Forum and leaders around the globe, as well as featured by the BBC, The Guardian, The Economist, Financial Times, Channel 4, CNN, national public radio and many other outlets.

 


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Just Love

Just Love

Just Love exists to inspire and release every Christian student to pursue the biblical call to social justice. Since the first group was launched five years ago, Just Love has grown to 19 UK universities. Students volunteer, campaign, fundraise and pray around issues of injustice, ranging from homelessness to global poverty. The goal is to see a shift in Christian student culture so that pursuing justice is the norm. Through their alumni network, Just Love seek to motivate and equip a generation for a lifelong pursuit of justice – consuming ethically, giving generously, and transforming the industries in which they work.

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Kilns College

Kilns College

Kilns College is a global learning community of students, professors, activists, humanitarians and theologians called to change a changing world.  Kilns offers a dynamic new approach to learning that relies heavily on interactive engagement and a customisable learning experience. Part of a virtual campus with an emphasis on relational community, Kilns faculty and students are located around the world and offer a global perspective on today’s most complex theological issues.

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Open Doors

Open Doors

Open Doors empowers Christians who are persecuted for their beliefs in the world’s most oppressive countries. The global charity supports persecuted Christians with Bibles, Christian materials, training, livelihood skills, advocacy – and in a whole host of other ways – so that they know they are not forgotten. They can then stand strong, serve their communities, and give life. Open Doors also seeks to mobilise the church in the UK & Ireland to serve Christians living under religious persecution, speak out for justice and to learn from persecuted believers about what it means to be a disciple of Jesus.

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Redcliffe College

Redcliffe College

Redcliffe College is a post-graduate interdenominational and international institution with a global reach. We are a community of grace, where thinking is essential, diversity is cherished and God’s justice and wisdom are pursued. Redcliffe courses are about sharpening the tools and developing the people that God has called into mission. Each year, we are inspired by the many ways God uses our students to make His kingdom visible in new places. Our programmes are flexible, allowing students to study while continuing to work wherever they are. Redcliffe hubs are in the UK, Australia, New Zealand and soon in Thailand.

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Release

Release

Our desire is to see Christians become aware of persecution, speak out against it, and pray for and learn lessons of discipleship with our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world. We hope to help you to grow in your understanding of both the beauty and the cost of following Jesus, and explain what this can look like in other countries, and also in the UK. Join us as we choose to love outrageously, grow creatively and follow Him unashamedly!

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ThirtyOne:Eight

ThirtyOne:Eight

Thirtyone:eight are the UK's only independent Christian safeguarding charity. We help individuals, organisations, faith and community groups to protect vulnerable people from abuse by providing a complete safeguarding solution.  This includes training, consultancy, DBS services, policy support, resources and a 24 hour helpline, making sure everyone is equipped and empowered with the tools they need. Trusted for over 40 years, our unique membership model means everyone gets the support that is right for them and for their role, from people who care and understand. In addition, our members get all the benefits of being part of a supportive community of over 9,000 organisations nationwide.

 


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Emerging as a premier gathering for Christian leaders, practitioners, students and learners, The Justice Conference is a fantastic opportunity for partnering organisations to connect with diverse faith and justice community. If you are interested in becoming a partner for the Justice Conference, please contact us.