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Ministry for Social Justice, Peace, and Creation Care

We work to create a society transformed by Gospel values in the areas of social justice, peace and creation.

Our areas of focus are currently Indigenous justice, the climate emergency, labour exploitation and human trafficking.

We operate with an anti-oppressive, nonviolent, integral ecology framework.

Do No Harm 2022 Webinar Videos

Frontline workers, survivors, and other experts share insight into the unintentional harms and impacts of some anti-human trafficking practices and policies in this webinar series organized by our Collaborative Network to End Exploitation. 

Held on Thursdays from 2 - 3 p.m. on May 5, 12, 19, 26, June 2 & 9. Visit csj-to.ca/donoharm for more information.

June 9, 2022: Transgender Identities and Human Trafficking

Speaker: Jayce Carver

June 2, 2022: State-Sanctioned Violence Under the Guise of Anti-Trafficking ‘Rescue’

Speakers: Alison Clancey

May 25, 2022: Sex Trafficking and Black Girls: An Intersectional Examination of Racial Disparities

Speaker: Rhonelle Bruder

May 19, 2022: Defeat of Migrant Workers

Speaker: Amanda Panambi Morales Vidales

May 12, 2022: Anti-Human Trafficking Work with People with Developmental Disabilities

Speakers: Maddi Doerrl and Shelley Gilbert

May 5, 2022: Choice and Human Trafficking; Working Beyond the Binary

Speaker: Dr. AnnaLise Trudell

Other Reflections and Editorials

A weekly series exploring anti-oppressive, trauma-informed practices of anti-human trafficking work. May 5, 12, 19, 26, June 2 & 9.

Our Hike & Prayer program returns Saturday, June 4, 2022, organized by our Ministry for Social Justice.

A reflection on the future of our planet.

A personal experience at Lamport Stadium.

Joint Ecological Ministry called on Catholics across Canada to unite and

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Out of deep respect for those who have cared for these lands since time immemorial, we are committed to tread lightly on the land, protect water as sacred, and affirm our desire for right relations with all Indigenous Peoples. - From our CSJ Land Acknowledgement

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