An  education program in responsible global citizenship based on respect for human rights.

Responsible global citizenship is necessary in the shaping of individuals and communities that are vibrant, sustainable, prosperous, innovative, resilient, and responsive to social, economic and environmental upheavals and challenges.


Educonnexion is the education program of Social Justice Connection, bringing together people who want to teach, learn and act as responsible global citizens.


A world in which everyone can develop their full potential: a shared world of possibility!


To give individuals the tools and skills to be informed, effective and inspired global citizens.


THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY proclaims this UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS as a common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations, to the end that every individual and every organ of society, keeping this Declaration constantly in mind, shall strive by teaching and education to promote respect for these rights and freedoms and by progressive measures, national and international, to secure their universal and effective recognition and observance, both among the peoples of Member States themselves and among the peoples of territories under their jurisdiction.”

  • Interactive workshops for schools, universities, NGOs, community groups, and the general public
  • Simulations for businesses and investors
  • Pedagogical activities that align with official curriculum for schools
  • Tool kits and documentation for everyone to learn more about global issues
  • Mentorship programs for youth; to help them implement personal or collective initiatives
  • Community of practice of educators, practitioners and individuals committed to global citizenship and peacebuilding

The SJC’s Educonnection program, working with a Brazilian NGO and in partnership with the Secretariat of Education. They came together in Joinville, Brazil to work on including citizenship and human rights thematics in the curriculum of schools.  Check out the short video about it!


    What happens when young people disconnect?

Support for our work comes from several sources, including la fondation Béati and the May Kersten Social Justice Fund of the Foundation of Greater Montréal.
CJS remercie le Ministère des Relations internationales du Quebec de son appui à sa mission d’éducation à la solidarité internationale.