ByJune 20, 2008
Gerda Kits reviews The Economics of Happiness: Building genuine wealth by Mark Anielski.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Ottawa, ON: April 29, 2008 – The Board of Directors of Citizens for Public Justice (CPJ) is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Executive Director, Joe Gunn.
“We are very excited about Joe’s vision for CPJ,” said Janet Wesselius, board chair. “His extensive knowledge of Canadian justice issues will complement the in-depth research CPJ has already done, augmenting CPJ’s strong and unique public justice presence in Canadian policy debates.”
CPJ’s principled approach to public policy is captured in the concept of public justice. Rooted in Scripture, public justice unfolds in human history as God continues with redemptive work in creation. It provides norms for decision-making, not a recipe book for good government, a formula for a just society, or a list of isolated moral issues for Christians to address.
Jack Costello’s review of Singh to Suresh: Non-Citizens, the Canadian Courts and Human Rights Obligations by Tom Clark.