Economic Justice. Exploring what the churches are doing concerning the little taxes from copper
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The churches in Zambia have been involved in the public as well as the spiritual lives of the people for many years. They have been part of Zambia through many programs ranging from health, education, disaster mitigation as well as human rights. The case of the churches on economic justice with a focus on taxes from minerals has gained interest only in recent years. This research has focused on the area of economic justice with a specific look at the taxes from the copper mines. In order to understand the churches and their fight for economic justice in the extractive sector, the research looked at what they are doing in response to the little taxes the copper mining companies are paying. It also looked at why the churches are engaged in the struggle for economic justice.