ByMarch 30, 2020
The Spring 2020 edition of the Catalyst includes analysis on climate migrants, an inclusive just transition, and discipleship in the midst of the climate crisis.
Poverty in Canada. Environmental Justice. Refugee Rights.
These are just a few of the justice issues covered in the Catalyst. Each edition is filled with articles, reflections, and updates on social justice work happening in Ottawa and across Canada. The Catalyst is a critical resource for justice-oriented Christians looking to be informed and take action.
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The Winter 2018 edition of the Catalyst includes updates on our fall Chew on This! campaign and the newly released national poverty reduction strategy as well as articles on the latest UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report, and the effects of public discourse on refugees in Canada.
The Summer 2018 edition of the Catalyst features articles on a just transition to a low-carbon economy, recommendations for Canada’s forthcoming national anti-poverty plan, and a look at how carbon pricing can serve to reduce poverty.
It also features our annual series of summer book reviews!
The Spring 2017 edition of the Catalyst highlights key pieces of CPJ’s work including our Lenten Give it up for the Earth! campaign, the government consultations on national housing and poverty plans, and reconciliation with Indigenous peoples.
It also features opinion pieces from a few of our friends on Canada’s 150th anniversary, the blessing of refugees in Canada, and St. Patrick’s Day.