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Strengthening Justice Systems Event

Strengthening Justice Systems:

Refugee Protection for Central American Survivors of Gender-Based Violence

November 30
Carleton University, Ottawa

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Poverty Trends 2022 Update

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Seeking Justice in our Institutions

Seeking Justice
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Larissa Crawford
Bernadette Arthur
Dr. Evelyn Encalada Grez
Dr. Ingrid Waldron
Sarom Rho
Erin Dej
Victoria Levack
Monica Dudárov Hunken
Naaman Wood
Héctor Acero Ferrer
Billy J. Choi-Gekas

Interfaith call to action: Ending human rights violations in immigration detentions in Canada
Interfaith call to action: Ending human rights violations in immigration detentions in Canada
Interfaith call to action: Ending human rights violations in immigration detentions in Canada
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Consolidating Commitments, Honouring Rights: Pre-Budget Consultations 2022

October 2022 CPJ has continually argued for federal budgets that take a holistic, all-of-government approach to addressing the crises we face. We acknowledge that recent Federal Budgets have explicitly recognized the need for climate justice, Indigenous Reconciliation, poverty eradication, and refugee and migrant rights. While important progress has been made,…

Gas tap with pipeline system at natural gas station

Natural gas prices rising in Ottawa as anti-poverty advocate warns of impact on lower income users

“This would not be the crisis that it will be for folks if we had adequate social assistance rates and support for people with disabilities, if we had enough affordable housing for people, if we had pharmacare in place,” Appleyard said. “We can’t blame this affordability crisis on climate change…

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Is public money spent for public good?

“Yes, the budget needed to be rewritten. It’s time to take federal-sized responsibilities seriously.” wrote Natalie Appleyard, CPJ’s Socio-Economic Policy Analyst, and Maryo Wahba, Communications Coordinator at CPJ. “Christians in Canada would do well to reflect on what criteria we are using to evaluate government spending decisions. Otherwise, it can…

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Just Transition Consultation

Our Earth is suffering. Natural systems are shifting, plant species are vulnerable, too many animals are at risk of extinction, and humans (especially in Northern communities and the Global South) are losing their lives and livelihoods to environmental degradation and disasters. Entire ecosystems, communities, and nations are struggling to survive….


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