The CRSJP supports research about a wide range of issues pertaining to social justice. The aim of such research is to inform social policy, enhance social inclusion and promote social justice.
The CRSJP brings together researchers, professors, students, policy makers and practitioners to participate in a dialogue on social issues of fundamental importance to the community and to societal development in north eastern Ontario, and more broadly across Canada or globally. It seeks to produce original research and innovative policy ideas to help build a just, democratic and sustainable world.
Researchers involved with the CRSJP are from diverse backgrounds including social work, sociology, labour studies, history, economics, political science, law and justice, psychology, nursing, women’s studies, Native studies, geography and philosophy.