Sign the Shared Vision Statement

Show your solidarity with thousands of people from around the world. Circulate the Shared Vision Statement and get others to sign up. It's a simple and powerful step you can take right now to support access to capital ownership as a basic human right.

Become a member

By identifying with CESJ, you strengthen CESJ as an organization and inspire others to join. Basic membership dues cover the cost of sending you our introductory literature and newsletter. Sustaining membership dues enable us to expand our global network, publish new writings on economic and social justice, and carry on our research and educational programs.

Disseminate CESJ's literature

Let others know about CESJ's Web site. Make copies of CESJ's literature and send it to others who might be interested in CESJ's ideas and work.

Educate yourself

Read the basic literature listed in the CESJ publications order form and in CESJ's selected bibliography on the expanded capital ownership paradigm. Study. Critique. Ask questions. Write and refine. The sooner people can understand and clearly articulate CESJ's principles and concepts, the sooner the world will perceive the "third way" toward peace with justice for every person.

Call and meet with us

CESJ representatives are happy to answer your questions, guide you in your initiatives, and put you in touch with others working with us.


CESJ has no paid staff -- all our work is done by dedicated volunteers. Whether you can contribute a few hours or a substantial amount of your time, we need your talents, energies and creativity in our regular operations and special projects. To let us know about your skills, special interests and what sorts of volunteer activities you would be interested in, fill out the CESJ Volunteer Application (.pdf format using Adobe Acrobat Reader) and send it back to us.

Champion a CESJ project

CESJ will provide guidance, scholarly review and access to people and information to assist you in your efforts.

Organize a CESJ chapter

Form a core group of at least three members committed to meeting regularly to study and promote CESJ's ideas, and to act together to build greater justice in the institutions directly affecting you.