CSG

Social Justice Movement

North & South England Rep

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Public Relation & Marketing Director : Patrick , Izi Kalonji , Douglas Kombi 






Edo Kanda






North East Advisor: Pastor Peter Kimbasa Sidiaka
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The Congolese Support Group North East branch is one of the biggest Congolese organisation in the region with over 200 members, working and sharing promote our culture, values, with other organisation in the region. 

The Toy Cafe St Matthews Church Hall, 
Summerhill St 
Newcastle Upon Tyne 

Tel: 07951304332 
07956037105 
07424088947 

OUR NORTH ENGLAND REPRESENTATION & TEAM


OBJECTIVES (OUR SOCIAL JUSTICE VISION)


The object of the organisation is for the benefit of the public to develop the capacity and skills of the members of the socially and economically disadvantaged communities of UK, in such a way that such members are better able to identify and help meet their needs and to participate more fully in society and to assist by directly promoting the more effective working of local charitable community to pursue that aim we are working together with:


1.  To advance and promote the education of young people and integration and basic skills for adults through the provision of direct educational services and working with others including educational establishments for the benefit of the community.

2. To work towards the elimination of discrimination on the grounds of race, gender, disability, sexual orientation or religion and the promotion of civic responsibility, included helping people to get to work (CV Centre) and good citizenship.

3. To relieve financial hardship, sickness and poor health amongst young people and adults through the provision of physical activities, promotion of healthy lifestyles and raising awareness  on health issues that affect the community.

4. To promote public support for human rights by:


Relieving the need among the victims of human rights abuse
Obtaining redress for the victims of human rights abuse
Monitoring abuses of human rights.


5. Sharing and promoting our cultures


We have presently identify five main concerns within our communities, to help as improve our society we introduced a social justice and democratic strategy by appointing five directors in charge of each concerns named as commissions. To achieve this, we are currently working with five commissions, who are officially members of our management committee, each commission has a director, vice director, secretary and volunteers members in charge of activities:


1. Unity Commission
2. Immigration Commission
3. Our Cultures & Country Situation Commission
4. Education and Integration Commission
5. Public Relation Commission (Marketing and Press and Communication)





North East England
Rep. Jugael Kimvula






Secretary: Christain Okito 






Vice secretary: Chantal Disoloke

Our committee management: 

Chair: Jugai Kimvula 
Secretary: Christain Okito 
Vice secretary: Chantal Disoloke 
Unity Director : Edo Kanda 
Public Relation & Marketing Director : Patrick , Izi Kalonji , Douglas Kombi , 
North East Advisor: Pastor Peter Kimbasa Sidiaka

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