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Ezrom’s Journey from Imprisonment to Empowerment

Ezrom Mokgakala was imprisoned along with Nelson Mandela at the height of the apartheid struggle in South Africa. He shared with me his lingering doubts about his ability to fully forgive. But I was utterly convinced that he surely survived the ordeal with unparalleled moral courage, dignity, resilience, and grace.

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Take Action: Climate Justice

Engage in CPJ’s climate justice calls to action and campaigns. As an expression of love for God’s awesome creation, tell your MP that you, as a person of faith, want meaningful climate action – consistent with the principles of the Paris Agreement – to reduce GHG emissions and address climate change.

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Church Resources: Climate Justice

Use CPJ’s resources to engage your faith community in reflection and action towards climate justice. These sermons, prayers, hymns, activities, books, and learning resources are centred on responding to God’s call to faithfully support the flourishing of creation. 

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Take Action

Join CPJ’s calls to action on poverty in Canada, climate justice, refugee rights, and democratic reform.

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Church Resources

Interested in getting your church engaged in public justice? Check out these resources on poverty in Canada, climate justice and refugee rights.

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Policy Statements

The latest policy recommendations from CPJ on poverty in Canada, climate justice, refugee rights, democratic reform, and taxation.

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Research

Read CPJ’s latest research on poverty in Canada, climate justice, refugee rights, and taxation.

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Democratic Reform

CPJ believes in a well-functioning Canadian democracy that promotes public engagement. This includes reforming our electoral system to better reflect voter intentions, establishing clarity on political engagement of charities, and renewing our parliamentary process.

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Taxation

Taxes are an important contribution to the common good. They raise the revenues used to pay for democratic institutions and to provide government programs and services.

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Refugee Rights

CPJ works to educate the public — especially churches — on the ever-changing landscape of refugee legislation in Canada. Through research, policy monitoring, and publishing, we bring attention to the impact of legislative change on refugees and claimants, and on the groups who sponsor and support them to come to Canada.

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