European Coalition for Corporate Justice

Founding Year: 2005

Staff: 15

Budget:

Claudia Saller (Coordinator)

It “advocates for European laws that guarantee corporate accountability and transparency and ensure justice for victims of corporate malpractice”. It represents “more than 450 organisations from 17 countries”, and as such it is the “only European coalition bringing together campaigns and national platforms of NGOs, trade unions, consumer organisations and academics in order to tackle the root causes of corporate injustice.”

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European Coalition for Corporate Justice contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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