Promoting Justice /
Protecting Rights

Membership

CAJ is a membership organisation and we rely greatly on the support from our members.

If you are interested in human rights issues in Northern Ireland, why not consider becoming a member of CAJ?

As a member, you’ll receive a copy of our monthly human rights newsletter, Just News, our ezine, an invite to our AGM and invites to selected CAJ events throughout the year.

 

Britain/Ireland – Waged: £10.00

Unwaged: £5.00

International: £25.00

Organisation: £30.00 or £10.00 (depending on resources)

Application form

Please fill your details in here.

Please click the button above to make your payment through PayPal.

You can also pay by cheque or postal order payable to CAJ.

Alternatively, if you live in Northern Ireland or Britain you may prefer to sign up to the Direct Debit Scheme. If so, please complete the Direct debit form and send it along with your application to:

Mempership Secretary,

CAJ Ltd,

1st Floor Community House, Citylink Business Park

6A Albert Street

Belfast BT12 4HQ

Once approved for membership, you can receive in addition to Just News, CAJ’s Annual Report, and you can participate in elections to CAJ’s executive.

Sterling equivalent in foreign currency is also acceptable.

Application for membership

By applying for Membership, I support the Objects of CAJ described below and will comply with the Articles of Association.

CAJ is a membership organisation open to individuals which support its aims and are approved as members by its Executive Committee. Organisations may affiliate on the same basis and attend meetings but have no vote.

The Objects of the Committee on the Administration of Justice Ltd are:

Highest standards

To secure the highest standards in the administration of justice in Northern Ireland,  to defend and advance civil liberties and the rights and freedoms recognised by international human rights law, to monitor the operation of the system  of justice and to campaign for reforms.

Independent

CAJ is non party political and non-profit making and takes no money from the state.

Co-operation

To give co-operation, assistance and encouragement on an international basis to the defence and advancement of civil liberties and the rights and freedoms recognised by international human rights law.

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