Social Justice Connection is an independent Canadian organization working in international solidarity. Conscious that many of the world’s impoverished peoples are victims of social injustice, and inspired by the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, its mission is to engage Canadians in working for a more socially just world.
As an independent human rights organization, known as the Social Justice Committee of Montreal from 1975 to 2014, Social Justice Connection provides education and advocacy about 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.
We use public education to help individuals and organizations become actively engaged in efforts to create a more just global society. We seek to eliminate poverty and human rights violations through informed popular participation in defense of economic, social and cultural rights.