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By Rena NamagoFebruary 22, 2024
In the digital age, art serves as a powerful tool for social change beyond words and statistics. Making art requires patience and embodies a counter to urgency. Communal art projects foster collaboration and participation.
By Walter NeutelFebruary 15, 2024
In the 2023 Fall Catalyst, Walter Neutel reflects on 60 years of CPJ and the history that made us the organization we are today. Walter discusses the Dutch immigrant community in Canada post-World War II, focusing on their formation of communities and Christian schools, and highlights the advocacy work of CLA and CJL, which later became CPJ.
International Development Week 2024: Joint Statement by Citizens for Public Justice, International Justice Mission Canada, and World Renew
By Citizens for Public JusticeFebruary 9, 2024
For international development week CPJ joined International Justice Mission Canada and World Renew for a joint panel at Centennial College on February 6th, and Redeemer University on February 7th. The three organizations discussed how they work to center the agency of individuals and communities most impacted by injustice and inequality in their work.
By Natalie AppleyardFebruary 8, 2024
Natalie Appleyard discusses the need for hope, advocacy, and transformative policy changes to address poverty, especially among Indigenous peoples. She emphasizes the importance of embodying hope through action and collaboration to create systemic change.
By Citizens for Public JusticeFebruary 5, 2024
There is little question that we are currently in a Climate Crisis. In Canada, we see fires that overtake our forests every summer, the floods and droughts, and melting glaciers and permafrost, all of which can and have damaged our non-fossil-fuel natural resources and communities. As a northern nation full…