Movement for Social Justice
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The Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) is a political party in the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago. Its logo is the Scales of Justice. Its current leader is David Abdulah, a former government senator and general secretary of the Oilfields Workers' Trade Union.
In October 2012 the MSJ launched a think-tank called the Foundation for Social Justice, which aims to promote ideals of social justice, equity and participatory democracy through seminars, research, publication, advocacy and campaigns.
- "Then there were four", Breaking News Trinidad and Tobago, 21 May 2012.
- Cecily Asson, "MSJ Out Partnership", Newsday, 18 June 2012.
- "Trinidad’s Movement for Social Justice Leaves Coalition Government", Caribbean Journal, 18 June 2012.
- John Spence, "A movement for social justice", Trinidad Express newspapers, 26 July 2012.
- Sean Douglas, "MSJ launches think-tank", Newsday, 10 October 2012.
- Movement for Social Justice
- Msj Tnt at Facebook.
- Stuart Trew, "A progressive social movement takes root in Trinidad", 17 May 2011.
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