CSG

Social Justice Movement

Unity Commission


Our Unity Director
Rev. Jean Marie


In charge of Women Department Maman Esthera Kosha Onya



Former Vice Woman Deparment
Maman Cecile Shimba, she resigned since January 2018


Our Current Vice President Women Movement Maman Marie Jeanne Nsalanga

Ms Mpiana Marie Jeanne Nsalanga Ngabua well know Maman Marie Jeanne Nsalanga, strongly believe on value sharing, calling for justice for women victim of abuse, rapes and labour force in DR Congo, she is very vocal, calling for immediate arrest of former President Joseph Kabila, and urging his Incompetent successor President Felix Tshisekedi to resign.

Unity Commission

1. Unify DR Congolese people in the diaspora (especially the UK) and breaking down of barriers and misunderstandings that foster disunity, value sharing and working to Reduce and eliminate domestic violence, Provide assistance to those looking for jobs, CV Centre; Provide IT, ESOL, and Leadership training to our members; Drop in Session, Weekend leisure centre for elderly and disable people and more.
Support and work closely with all existing DR Congolese communities in United Kingdom, this including small organisations, non profit organisations, political parties, individual and church.
Lobby British Government to change foreign policy to stop funding regimes (e.g. Democratic Republic of Congo) oppressing their people. General Election coming in 2010…
Vote for MPs who support issues such as just trade, against arms trade, against international debt, against climate change, limit multinational companies, etc. Money for education & health- not for arms.
We need an International Arms Treaty. Applying arms embargo to oppressive regimes.
Mining Corporations should to be held to account.
Bishops in developed countries need to support church leaders in developing countries in their struggles for Justice and Peace, and to speak out against corruption.
2.  Lobbying Government 
Activists – NJPN workers – to meet individual asylum seekers and refugees to listen to their anxieties and frustrations.
Meet with sympathetic MPs sensitive to the needs of asylum seekers, to highlight concerns, personal cases.
Draw up list of MPs to target by constituency, geographical area, Parishes with experience, refugee agencies,
Meet with local and regional press to report injustices 
3. Creating better shared information systems 
Information and expertise are available from many sources: JRS, Caritas SAN, Refugee Council, SVP, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Citizens Organising Foundation, Churches Refugee network, Independent Asylum Commission, Bishops’ Conference etc.
Create a shared database of pooled knowledge.
Use it to produce fact sheets which can be used across all organisations, Update it regularly.
4. Telling the stories of asylum seekers and detention centres 
Be aware of the UN Charter of Human Rights.
Improve networking between different agencies involved in supporting asylum seekers, refugees and people in detention. 

Ms Mpiana Marie Jeanne Nsalanga Ngabua’s effort are described as highly progressive, additional to leadership role were she is leading meetings in the absence of her leaders, she has strong input in our political meetings, sharing our vision and working with other organisation, promoting our visions and activities, she has a track record on condemning ongoing women rape and the continuous serious human rights abused regime imposed by President Felix Tshisekedi & Mr Kabila, with their illegal fabricated and unelected representation.

Ms Marie Luzolo Mingiedi’s effort are described as highly progressive, additional to leadership role were she is leading meetings in the absence of her leaders and reporting women meetings as Vice secretary, as steward during our political meetings, sharing our vision and working with other organisation, promoting our visions and activities, she has a track record on condemning women rape and the continuous serious human rights abused regime imposed by President Felix Tshisekedi & Mr Kabila, with their illegal fabricated and unelected representation.

Vice Secretary of our Women Movement and an active member of our organisation and Exile government, extremely engaged and determined person, since 2011 she was normal member, while attending our meetings in 2015 she was appointed as steward, very interested position she contributed extremely well, in 2017 she impressed our board and was promoted as an official member of strategic team, she attended leadership training, helped her to resolve some conflict, evidence can be seen, while her strategy team were working on a very dangerous ground while asking local shops to sign a petition for a closing down of DR Congo Embassy in UK, she was confronted by President Kabila supporters in central London, they managed to record them, taken their pictures, very intimidated and provocative strategies used by the Embassy, breaching freedom of protest used by tyranny regimes of DR Congo, her team showed resilience and professionalism, while their personal details included pictures where recorded by the authorities, she is still flexible lady, determined and always calling for regime change. In mid-2019 she was appointed as vice secretary of our women movement, sharing our value with other organisation such as Jewish Communities, UK Citizens, Amnesty and women groups, as a former victim of rape in DR Congo, she always like to share her terrible experiences, our board are very impress with her commitment, as result she was awarded as best Campaign officer in the first quarter of 2017, vocal during meetings, urging the international community to apply serious sanction against Mr Kabila and his team, included distributing leaflets, taking serious risk when asking people to sign our petitions in the churches and public area.


Youth Leader. Chirelle Kalaki



Unity Vice Director
Placide Wembo


Campaign Offices. Pamela, Espoir Lima, Marie Luzolo & Renalti



Deputy Unity commission: Marischka Nkashama

Ms Marie Luzolo Mingiedi,

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