In short, we exist to organize, train, skillshare and support civil society and grass roots movements in Sweden, and we urge to connect the ongoing ecological struggles with those concerning racial, gender, colonial and economic oppression.
The resistance starts when you decide to say "No."
Climate Justice Program is an independent swedish NGO with the goal of supporting grassroots organizations and individuals with tools and skills in taking action towards climate justice.
CJP was founded shortly after the climate talks in Paris, due to the urgent need of civil society engagement.
Climate change and many other environmental problems as being caused by global power inequalities, and we act on a broad range of issues.
With trainers based in Uppsala, Göteborg, Malmö and Stockholm, we are one part of the movement addressing the inequality of climate change by creating a more sustainable, equal and democratic society.
We offer a range of trainings, workshops and lectures for non-profit organizations, grassroots groups and individuals.
Through education in climate justice, action trainings, creative workshops and skill sharing, we can tailor our events to the needs of the participants.
We host trainings on a voluntary basis and our trainers only expect travel reimbursements and lodging.
For more information, contact us at
Our trainers and speakers give introductionary or in-depth presentations of any of the themes we work with; such as climate justice and social inequalities, engagement, civil disobedience, indigenous rights and colonialism, and local struggles.
To book a lecture, or get your questions answered:
We always do the best with can with the capacity we have. But there is much that needs to be done to reach our goals.
If you feel that Climate Justice Program could be your place to be engaged, and have ideas you would like to realize together with us, contact us and we'll have a chat about it. We always like a good discussion and getting to know new people.
"The humility to see the world as it is, the audacity to see the world as it should be."
- Jacqueline Novogratz