About Jubilee

Our Partners


Partners in the Asia Pacific region


Much of Jubilee’s work would not be possible without the close collaboration with partners on the ground. Our work in Melanesia is based on our close collaboration with the following groups:

Bismarck Ramu Group

The Bismarck Ramu Group (BRG) is a non-governmental organization that works with local communities, groups, organizations and individuals throughout Papua New Guinea. BRG informs, trains, advises and helps empower people so they can make informed decisions, confidently speak out, organize and take action to protect and maintain control over their land, resources and livelihoods. Jubilee has been working with BRG since 2013. 

Bougainville People's Research Centre

The Bougainville People’s Research Centre is an institution established by Dr Ruth Saovana in 2016 to investigate important political and cultural questions that are pertinent to the future of Bougainville. Jubilee Australia works closely with Dr Saovana in all aspects of its Bougainville work. 

Australian Networks

Our advocacy work in Australia is strengthened by being part of various nationwide coalitions.

Australian Corporate Accountability Network

The Australian Corporate Accountability Network is a network of civil society organisations, academics and individuals working to promote accountability and respect for human rights by Australian businesses wherever they operate.


Tax Justice Network Australia

The Tax Justice Network Australia is a network of individuals and organisations calling for a fairer tax system. It is the Australian arm of the International Tax Justice Network. Jubilee is a founding member.

Publish What You Pay

PWYP Australia is a coalition of humanitarian, faith, environmental, research and union organisations campaigning for greater transparency and accountability in the extractive industries.



Regional and International Networks

Our economic justice work is driven by our engagement with international networks and coalitions, which work on debt, on export credit, and on other issues. Over the years, we have enjoyed particularly close relationships with the following of likeminded organisations/networks:

Asian Peoples' Movement on Debt and Development

The Asian Peoples' Movement on Debt and Development (APMDD) is  regional alliance of groups that work together for people-centred development, economic and environmental rights and justice. Jubilee Australia works with them on common projects and areas of interest.


ECA-Watch is an international network of civil society organisations that monitor the behavior of export credit agencies (ECAs). Jubilee has been a member of ECA-Watch since 2010 and is the leading Australian NGO that monitors Efic, Australia’s export credit agency.


EURODAD (the European Network on Debt and Development) is a leading hub of critical thinking about development in developing countries. We work closely with the organisation and many of its members.