Social justice refers to concept of a just society, where "justice" refers to more than just the administration of laws. It is based on the idea of a society which gives individuals and groups fair treatment and a just share of the benefits of society. Different proponents of social justice have developed different interpretations of what constitutes fair treatment and a just share.
The social justice initiatives of CTF focus on poverty, child and youth issues, race relations, gender equity, homophobia and heterosexism, bullying, environmental issues, globalization, and violence prevention.
Interested in engaging your students in social justice activities? Why not visit the CTF Imagineaction Web site where you will find project and funding opportunities www.imagine-action.ca