Social Justice Partner Groups, Resources and Links
Alberta Teachers' Association - publications for teachers.
Child & Family Canada, developed by the Canadian Child Care Federation, includes documents about social issues, literacy, special needs, and parenting.
Choose Dignity, a kit for fighting hate, published by the Vancouver-based Westcoast Coalition for Human Dignity, identifies web sites that feature anti-hate information, including:
CoDev is a non-profit agency working for social change and global education in the Americas.
The Diversity Toolkit website offers online resources, selected readings, and other tools to assist teachers, students, and activists who wish to challenge racism and promote the acceptance of differences within schools and communities.
First Call is a coalition of over 60 provincial and regional organizations and hundreds of community groups and individuals who advocate for children and youth.
The Fraser Region Community Justice Initiatives Association offers training and programs "to foster peace and the resolution of conflict inthe community through the development and application of Restorative Justice principles and processes."
You can make a free donation of food to hungry people around the world once a day simply by visiting The Hunger Site. Sponsors pay for your donation to the United Nations World Food Programme.
Imagine-action a social justice program of the Canadian Teachers' Federation
Initiative for Democratic Education in the Americas (Idea) Network brings together labour and social organizations committed to protecting and improving public education.
SOGI 123 – Tools and resources for LGBTQ-inclusive education.
Teaching for Change focuses on building social justice, starting in the classroom.
UNESCO Network of Associated Schools (ASPnet)
War Child Canada is a registered Canadian charity that provides humanitarian assistance to children affected by war. Working closely with the music industry, War Child Canada also generates awareness, support and action for children's rights everywhere. Their Get Loud website features lesson plans, fact sheets, and discussion boards.