More than just what's wrong
I am a great admirer of CPJ, its approach, and its work.
CPJ works in collaboration on issues of mutual interest and its public policy analysis critiques not only what is wrong but also prescribes positive solutions for governments and citizens.
CPJ’s work with faith communities to seek sustainable and inclusive social development policies for families with children is a tremendously valuable contribution to our broad coalition.
CPJ’s lead in creating multi-faith resources on child and family poverty and its major role in developing and organizing three national action days, as well as promoting a child poverty vigil taken up in nearly 100 communities across Canada in 2000, shows that CPJ "walks the talk"of social justice.
CPJ continues to be widely known and respected throughout Canada. The Public Justice: Front + Centre campaign is an exciting development that will enhance the good work you do! I applaud your ambition and know that CPJ will succeed in its efforts.
Laurel Rothman, Director, Community Building &
Social Reform, and National Coordinator, Campaign 2000
Citizens for Public Justice (CPJ) and our work of faith, justice and politics: