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"Environmental Justice, the Tar Sands, and Indigenous Rights"
Sunday, February 1st, 2pm at Beit Zatoun.

The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) conducts research, education and advocacy on issues of equality and democracy.

It works to strengthen movements for social justice in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and globally.

What's New ...

New Publication

Austerity Against DemocracyAusterity Against Democracy: An Authoritarian Phase of Neoliberalism?

From its very beginnings, the new doctrine was quite consciously set in opposition to socialism as an alternate economic and democratic order to capitalism and as an unyielding defender of the institutions of private property. In its specific programmatic mandate, neoliberalism was an offspring of the Great Depression and set against Keynesian state intervention. But however much its protagonists set themselves up as outsiders, neoliberalism was never an alien political doctrine to economic and political elites of Western Europe and North America: neoliberal ideas were always incorporated as a legitimate component of state policy discussions.

Written by Greg Albo and Carlo Fanelli.

Conscious Minds Summer Camp

The Conscious Minds Camp is a summer camp organized by the Low Income Families Together (LIFT) Youth Project Committee in partnership with Centre for Social Justice (CSJ). The camp is for youth who are concerned about the future and the state of the world. The camp will provide be a peaceful rural space to explore the issues facing youth in Toronto and beyond. This years’ camp-July 18th to 28th, will be a pilot camp session for youth to work on designing programming for future years. www.youthliftcamp.com | Donate to CMC