Centre for Justice Governance and Environmental Action
Centre for Justice Governance and Environmental Action

Founding Year: 2009

Staff: 3

Budget:

Phyllis Omido (Co-Founder and Executive Director)

An environmental and human rights advocacy organization, working to secure the rights of the “economically-marginalized communities around extractive industries and toxic sites.” It has “incorporated policy change and environmental governance advocacy into its core work.”

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Centre for Justice Governance and Environmental Action contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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