We train community paralegals to be radio journalists and guide them to produce informative broadcasts and stories for local radio.
Then we interrogate our data for issues that are missing from mainstream media before engaging national journalists to investigate.
We then connect people with pro-bono lawyers and attempt to involve government to bring about change. 


CJN's success is through partnerships with the following stakeholders


Orange Farm Human Rights Centre
(Gauteng)
Thetha FM


Dobsonville Human Rights Centre
(Gauteng)
Hillbrow Radio


Hennenman Victim Empowerment Forum
(Free State)
The Rock FM


Messina Legal Advice Centre
(Limpopo)
Musina FM


Ukuthula Advice Centre
(Mpumalanga)
Thetha FM


Lethabong Advice Centre
(North-West)
Mafisa FM


Amaoti Community Resource Centre
(KZN)
Inanda FM


Jersey Farm Advice and Information Centre
(Eastern Cape)
UCR FM

We are based in five advice offices and five community radio stations across the country.

On average every week day a CJN office produces a piece of social justice content to be broadcast on a partner radio station.

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