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Social justice

SNJM Youth Justice Forum

Initiated by the SNJM Justice and Peace Network, the Youth Justice Forum is an international extracurricular activity developed in 2009. It promotes collaboration between young people in the common effort to combat injustices and to work for the betterment of the world. It involves students from SNJM founded secondary schools.

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Partners NGO

Partners

We financially support three non-governmental organizations (NGO) and assure an active presence in these organizations that defend the causes to which we attach the utmost importance. Here they are:

Transformation Resources Centre (TRC) - Lesotho
TRC is an organization committed to peace through participatory development, democracy and justice. Its mission is the enhancement of the poor and marginalised people's active participation in democracy, good governance, sustainable development and justice through information dissemination, education, advocacy and lobbying both nationally and internationally. To learn more visit www.salan.org/members/transformation-resource-centre-trc/

UNANIMA INTERNATIONAL
UNANIMA International advocates on behalf of women and children (particularly those living in poverty), immigrants and refugees and the environment. Its work takes place primarily at the United Nations ìn New York, where with other members of civil society it aims to educate and influence policymakers at the global level. To learn more visit www.unanima-international.org

Development and Peace
Development and Peace is the official international development organization of the Catholic Church in Canada and the Canadian member of Caritas Internationalis. DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE is a membership- led organization supported by parish collections, individual donations and government grants, principally from the Canadian International Development Agency. For over 40 years, Development and Peace has supported 15,200 local initiatives in fields such as agriculture, education, community action as well as the consolidation of peace and advocacy for human rights in 70 countries. To learn more visit www.devp.org/en 

 

Our commitments

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THE FIGHT AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING

ACCESS TO WATER

SUPPORTING MIGRANT POPULATIONS

Our Tools

We create and distribute educational materials to raise awareness in the general public and mobilize people to take action.

What We Do

In partnership with other organizations, we demonstrate, send letters and petitions, and contact leaders, elected officials and the media directly to demand action.

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Socially Responsible Investment Policy

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We believe that our invested funds should be consistent with our positions on social justice.

With this in mind, we support investments in companies which :

  1.  Promote social justice for those who are marginalized in their strategies which impact global ecological issues.
  2.  Promote just and fair employment practices.
  3.  Produce goods and services that benefit the health and welfare of their employees and consumers.
  4.  Promote world peace through the production of non-military goods and services.

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SNJM General Administration

80 St-Charles Street East, Longueuil, Qc, Canada, J4H 1A9

- Phone:  +1 450 651-8104

- Fax:  +1 450 651-8636

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