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justice mail
January 15, 2011, 11:43 am
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I would like to commend to you Justice Mail.  If you join, you will be occasionally emailed suggestions for positive social action and change.  It is very simple, takes little time and has an effect.  You can also join it on Facebook.  All the details are here:


Take five minutes to change the world!

Justice Mail is an email pressure group for busy people who want to get involved in social change but lack the time to research topics. If you send us your email address, we will send you suggestions from time to time for quick email actions. All campaigns are in accordance with policies of churches and leading charities.

You can join Justice Mail by sending an email to either

j.hull@queens.ac.uk or john.andrews43@ntlworld.com

giving us your name, your age if you are under 18 and your postcode

Justice Mail is sponsored by

All Saints Parish Church, Kings Heath, Birmingham, B14 7RA

and the Church of the Martyrs, Leicester, LE3 0QT

Justice Mail

Organisations supported November  2010


Amnesty International

Burma Campaign

Campaign Against the Arms trade


Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament

Church Action on Poverty

Christian Aid

Jubilee Debt Campaign

Global Zero


Labour behind the Labels

One International


Pax Christi

Refugee Action

Refugee Council



War on Want

Water Aid

World Development Movement



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Comment by Karin

It’s UK based, but I can see no reason why people living elsewhere can’t be involved.

Comment by pilgrimpace

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