Members of NJPN facilitate four meetings each year. These events are open meetings and if you are concerned about peace and social justice and the riches of Catholic Social Teaching you will receive a warm welcome.
Alternate meetings are held at venues outside London to enable as many people as possible to engage and share concerns and suggestions for practical action.
Dates and Places of Future Network meetings
Saturday 11 May 2019
The next open gathering, which will include the AGM will take place in:
London (venue to be confirmed)
10.30am – 4.00pm.
There will be an opportunity to hear about justice and peace activities from groups around the country. Representatives of Catholic/Christian Agencies will report on their work and suggest practical ways of becoming involved in campaigning for social justice.
Look out for further details
Tel: 020 7901 4864
Previous NJPN Meetings
The February open networking day took place at CAFOD on Saturday 9 February. Following the opening prayer the day began read more
On Saturday the twelfth of May, we caught a train to London. It was the earliest we’ve ever set read more
The day opened with a welcome from the Chair of NJPN, Anne Peacey. Patricia Stoat, Chair of Nottingham Justice read more
NJPN members hear from Mick Duthie Deputy Director of the Santa Marta Group, on modern slavery. At this September’s networking read more
NJPN Annual General Meeting and Open Networking Day took place on Saturday 14 May 2016 at CAFOD, Romero House, 55 read more
National Justice & Peace Network Open Networking Day, 13 February 2016 Hunger, homelessness and destitution were the main themes when read more
Laudato Si’ and Green Christian’s ‘Joy in Enough’ project have roots in the spirituality of St Francis, Paul Bodenham, Chair read more
‘TTIP threatens to undermine democracy in favour of big business’ Around 35 J&P activists from around the country gathered for read more
Some 35 justice and peace activists arrived to a very warm welcome at St. David’s sixth form in Cardiff for read more
The meeting opened with thoughtful prayers and readings. The first session consisted of a briefing highlighting the concerns of a read more