Nos partenaires en Belgique

The fight for human rights is universal. It is therefore essential to know how to surround yourself with the right partners in order to make the necessary progress in terms of social justice and of human rights. In a pluralistic spirit of openness, Justice and Peace has developed a vast network of partnerships. 

Our European federation

(Justice and Peace Europe) is the alliance of Justice and Peace Commissions in Europe, which work to promote justice, peace and respect for human dignity. Justice and Peace Europe contributes to making the Social Doctrine of the Church known to European societies and European institutions. Its General Secretariat is based in Brussels.

Our associative dome

The CNCD is the dome of nearly 90 NGOs of development, unions and continuing education associations engaged in international solidarity in the French and German-speaking community of Belgium. Justice and Peace is a member and is active in the Latin America and Central Africa platforms.

Our federation

ACODEV is here professional federation of organizations active in the field of development cooperation. Its vision is quality cooperation in which its 86 members contribute to new development challenges and adjust their strategies, strengthen their professional skills, and coordinate their efforts with other development actors, while respecting the specificities, skills and responsibilities of each.

Our partners in Latin America

The network EU-LAT is a pluralistic network of European movements and organizations that promote solidarity between the people of Latin America and Europe through advocacy actions aimed at promoting participatory European policies, with a gender perspective, that contribute full respect for human rights, democratization and sustainable development in Latin America.

There PEEP is a network of 16 organizations European organizations whose aim is to increase the coordination of political advocacy with European authorities and European citizens on the issue of the human rights situation in Peru.

Our partners in Central Africa

EurAc is a pluralist European network working in the Central African region. Its objective is to help the advent of peace, justice, democracy and sustainable development in Central Africa through information and consultation work between its 41 members and political advocacy with notably from European governments and the European Union.

Our partners on the theme of natural resources

THE RBRN wants to be a place ofexchange, of consultation and action on the work of natural resources carried out by Belgian associations. This network is coordinated by Justice and Peace.

Mutual Aid and Fraternity is a Belgian Catholic NGO, international solidarity created in 1961 which defends a fairer and more egalitarian society. To do this, it raises awareness and educates the French-speaking and German-speaking Belgian public about international solidarity and works in partnership with more than 110 associations in the South.

There CIDSE is an alliance of 17 Catholic development agencies, working together for global justice. They advocate with governments, businesses, churches and international organizations to adopt policies and behaviors that promote human rights, there social justice and the sustainable development.

Our partners on the theme of peace

Caritas International helps victims of war, natural disasters, and poverty. Whether the victims are refugees or victims of disaster in their own country, Caritas International provides them with essential material and non-material aid. In Belgium, the organization supports migrants by offering a human and individual response to their migratory journey.

Mutual Aid and Fraternity is a Belgian Catholic NGO, international solidarity created in 1961 which defends a fairer and more egalitarian society. To do this, it raises awareness and educates the French-speaking and German-speaking Belgian public about international solidarity and works in partnership with more than 110 associations in the South.

Our partners in entertainment

Magma is an association of young volunteer citizen journalists. Thanks to meetings, socio-cultural expression activities and the publication of portraits on its webzine, MagMA is a driver of dialogue between young people from various components of Belgian society, whether cultural, social, religious, philosophical.

Nature and Progress is a continuing education association which aims to raise awareness and mobilize citizens around the issues offood and theagriculture with a view to a sustainable society. Every year, on the first weekend of September, Nature et Progrès organizes the Salon Valériane, three days of organic stands and social debates!

Our training partners

Islands of Peace is a Belgian development NGO fighting to reduce inequalities, active in both the South and the North. In the North, Iles de Paix informs and raises citizens' awareness of the realities of more disadvantaged countries, notably through activities and the development of educational tools.


L'IFC is an organization that has been offering inter-network training for around ten years to players in the world ofeducation.

THE SeGEC helps the Organizing Authorities and educational establishments that it brings together, in the French-speaking and German-speaking Community, to continue their educational missions. In particular, it offers trainings to teachers.

Our continuing education partners

BePax is a continuing education association which raises awareness among citizens and decision-makers of the conflicts which divide the different populations established in Belgium. Its objective is to bring these same citizens and decision-makers to become actors of peace.


The Center With is the social analysis center founded by the Jesuits of Belgium, active in the field of continuing education. Through its analyzes and training, it intends to promote a united vision of society. In particular, it focuses its action around the following themes: interreligious and interfaith living together, migration, the fight against racism, the solidarity economy.


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