Social Justice Connection is an independent organization providing education and advocacy about human rights, global poverty and inequality. Our vision is one of social justice, and of fairness and cooperation in a viable and sustainable world in which human rights are universally respected.
Educonnexion is our educational program, increasingly focused on human rights-based responsible global citizenship. Bringing together people who want to teach, learn and act as responsible global citizens, it seeks to empower people with the tools and skills to be informed, effective and inspired contributors to a connected and peaceful world.
SJC’s advocacy is focused on the need to respect international human rights standards in global finance.
For more than 25 years, The Upstream Journal has told the stories of communities facing poverty, oppression and marginalization with the goal of giving them, to the extent we could, a voice.
Quelques 70 000 Rohingyas sont nouvellement arrivés au Bangladesh, ayant échappé à la violence en Birmanie.
Very detailed interactive map shows how good or bad the air has been around the world!
Good news on respect for rivers! (But why did India fight human standards in World Bank projects?)
The Human Rights Guide to the Sustainable Development Goals | Linking human rights with all Sustainable Development Goals and targets
The "Human Rights Guide to the Sustainable Development Goals," developed by the Danish Institute for Human Rights, is a neat online tool! Human rights should have been more prominent in the SDGs, and this tool makes the connections.
Le déplacement de centaines de familles, le plan de réinstallation prévu n’a guère été mis en œuvre. La Banque mondiale est l’un des principaux actionnaires .
Rien ne parvient à mettre tout le personnel de CJS d’accord comme les falafels de chez Restaurant Nilufar. Les stagiaires en particulier sont unanimes : ce sont les meilleurs de Montréal !
Note: Our name was changed in 2014. Social Justice Connection was known as The Social Justice Committee of Montreal from 1975 to 2014.