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15 Jun 2022

Campaign Coordinator at European Coalition for Corporate Justice

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About the ‘Justice is Everybody’s Business’ campaign

In February 2022, the European Commission finally released its proposal for a law on ‘corporate sustainability due diligence’ to end corporate abuse. The draft law is a milestone, but it also contains many loopholes. The coming two years will be crucial to ensure that negotiations in the European Parliament, Council and the following Trialogue with the Commission result in a strong and ambitious directive that puts people and planet before profits.

A large coalition of civil society and trade unions has decided to join forces. ‘Justice is Everybody’s Business’ is a new campaign to scale up people power to put pressure on EU governments and leaders to support the strongest possible law to end human rights violations and environmental harms by companies and guarantee remedy and justice for people everywhere. The campaign will raise public awareness and empower European citizens to engage in individual and collective action.

We are campaigning for a fairer economic system where companies are always improving conditions in their supply chains and do no harm to communities, workers, the environment and the climate. We believe in a more just world where no one is above the law and where governments shield people and the planet from corporate abuses. We envision a brighter future where collective social and environmental interests overpower the business interest for profit.

Outline of the coordinator’s role

The coordinator will be employed by one of the campaign steering group’s organisations: the European Coalition for Corporate Justice (ECCJ). The coordinator reports to the campaign steering group.


Brussels, Belgium
Starting from €3,300
Closing date
30 Jun 2022

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