Justice Partners

As Anglicans, we do much of our social justice and advocacy work by collaborating with other organizations, both faith-based and secular.  These justice partners hold events and  produce resources which may be of interest to Anglicans. We encourage you to visit their websites to learn more.

Campaign 2000
A national movement with 85 member groups working to build public support for the 1989 House of Commons resolution to end child poverty in Canada by 2000.

Citizens for Public Justice (CPJ)
A non-partisan, ecumenical, Christian organization working to bring justice into Canadian public affairs through research, education and advocacy, primarily at the federal level.  CPJ’s areas of focus include poverty reduction, refugee policy and environmental issues.

Interfaith Social Assistance Reform Coalition (ISARC)
A coalition made up of Ontario’s major faith communities, which works to counter hunger, homelessness and poverty in Ontario through education and advocacy with MPPs and other key decision-makers. The Anglican Diocese of Toronto is represented on ISARC’s Steering Commitee.

An ecumenical coalition of Canadian church organizations, KAIROS provides education and advocacy in the areas of ecological justice, gender justice, migrant justice, and Indigenous rights. The Anglican Church of Canada and Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund are represented on KAIROS Steering Committee