AFJ

(redirected from Action for Justice)
AcronymDefinition
AFJArmed Forces Journal
AFJAlliance for Justice
AFJApril Fool's Joke
AFJAssociation des Femmes Journalistes (France)
AFJAmitiés Franco-Japonaises (French: Franco-Japanese Friendship)
AFJAmerican Farriers Journal
AFJAudaces Fortuna Juvat (French gaming league)
AFJAction For Justice
AFJAssociation des Femmes Juristes (French: Association of Women Jurists; various locations)
AFJAll for Jesus
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Community Action for Justice in the Americas www.caja.org/campaigns/coke
Oyewole, for example, served time in prison for what Bin Hassan describes "as giving himself more to the cause in taking direct action for justice." Bin Hassan also served time but found that he struggled most with "the demons of drug abuse." Both men bring these painful experiences to bear in the current work and performances.
The zone is part of the International Day of Action for Justice in Palestine, and is an attempt, the peace network claims, to show how ordinary Palestinians have to live their lives intimidated, under constant surveillance and under threat from Israeli forces.
Formerly a Christian Social Ethics professor at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary he now pastors a West Bridge water, Massachusetts United Methodist Church, and is a leader in Christians Supporting Community Organizing, a group of evangelical, Pentecostal and Holiness leaders committed to community organizing as a vehicle for community building and action for justice. His church is a member of the Brockton Interfaith Community (BIC).
`The population is warmhearted, but they tend to fear that this influx may threaten the moderate prosperity they have gained through decades of hard work, which most started by migrating themselves,' said Don Mirko Lagna, Vice-Director of the Otranto Caritas, the Church body that promotes and coordinates action for justice and peace.
"Our One Billion Action for Justice will address the causes of this continuing violence, and this is the issue of impunity," she said.
He did not hurt or kill anyone, but he took dramatic, direct action for justice. For this deed, he was arrested, tried, tortured and executed.
With every new step on the road to peace, with every public action for justice, with every creative engagement of nonviolent resistance, we discover our true vocation.
This aspect of evangelization was confirmed by Pope John Paul II when he told the Latin American bishops assembled at Puebla in 1979: "The Church has learned that its evangelizing mission has as indispensable part [como parte indispensable] action for justice and those efforts which the development of the human person demands."
"Our One Billion Action for Justice will address issues causing this continuing violence, and this is the issue of impunity," she said.
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