Welcome to FSEJ

The FSEJ was formed in 2004. She was conceived specifically as a resource- builder and mobiliser, to coordinate and catalyze the class-based struggles and organizations. At inception, the idea was specifically, about forming an organization outside the mould of a traditional NGO.

The FSEJ was conceived as a center that would serve as a support base to the growing movements and calls for people’s participation in decision-making and benefit from the economy. To circumvent the limitations imposed on the democratic movement, the FSEJ was envisaged as an independent coordinating center, not a political party, yet espousing the values, ideals and beliefs of a democratic society premised on reversing patriarchy, promoting equity and equality for all Swazi citizens.

By all accounts this was an innovative vision and mission designed to amplify the voices of the citizenry and awaken their active participation to advance the course of their humane destinies (deflect the States attempts to silence the Democratic Movement).  Therefore the organization is the center for alternative ideas, and leader of a progressive socio-economic justice movement.

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Welcome to FSEJ The FSEJ was formed in 2004. She was conceived specifically as a resource- builder and mobiliser, to coordinate and catalyze the class-based struggles and organizations. At inception, the idea was specifically, about forming an organization outside the

Partnership

Partnership

Our Partners Swaziland Ex-Mine Workers Association (SNEMA) Is an organization that promote and protects the interests of ex-mine workers and ensure their good wellbeing. The International Research Academy for Labour Education (IRALE) Their main focus is on building the capacity

About Us

About Us

Vision A sustainable socio-economic justice dispensation free from corruption, poverty, inequality and other social ills. Mission To empower emaSwati to effectively participate in the socio-economic agenda leading to continuous transformation and broad based prosperity. Values Transparency Accountability Integrity Empowerment Democratic.