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|The Canadian Christian public policy organization Citizens for Public Justice (|
CPJ) has contributed to defining a new direction for social program reform in
Canada by advocating that social and economic policy be redesigned so that
they work ...
|The center has an approximate counterpart in Canada, Citizens for Public Justice|
, which was established in 1963 and is located in Toronto. Bibliography. Carlson-
Thies, Stanley W., and James W. Skillen, eds. Welfare in America: Christian ...
|Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press. Christopherson, Neal. 1997. Christian |
Fiction. Master's thesis, University of Notre Dame. Citizens for Public Justice.
1996. Public Justice and Human Rights. Toronto: Citizens for Public Justice.
|But the pages of Christian Week and Faith Today as well as denominational |
magazines; the work of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, Citizens for Public
justice, and other lobbying groups; the public discourse of Christian politicians, ...
|29 One group that worked equally hard on moral as well as social justice issues |
was Citizens for Public Justice, whose public affairs director, Gerald Vandezande
, was at the forefront of several coalitions of diverse Christian lobbyists.
|... Association ofUniversity Teachers, Canadian Health Coalition, Canadian |
Hospital Association, Citizens for Public Justice, Health Action Lobby (HEAL),
National Council of Welfare and Nova Scotia Provincial Health Council, among
|13 Murray MacAdam and Interfaith Social Assistance Reform Coalition, Murray |
MacAdam, ed., Lives in the Balance: Ontario's Social Audit (Kitchener, ON:
Pandora Press, 2004) [Lives in the Balance]. 14 Online: Citizens for Public
|Eerdmans, 1972. Further Resources: Public Justice Report Periodical of the |
Association for Public Justice 806 15th St NW Suite 440 Washington, DC 20005
Catalyst Periodical of Citizens for Public Justice 229 College St Toronto, Ontario
|Citizens for Public Justice 4. Disabilities were legal restrictions and limitations |
placed on Jews in the Middle Ages. They included provisions requiring Jews to
wear specific and identifying clothing such as the Jewish hat and the yellow
|If issues of social justice were of concern, they could explore them through |
Citizens for Public Justice. If they worked, they could join a Christian labour union
.14 This creation of parallel religious institutions, as Van Dijk has noted, stands in