This page will be devoted to posting information about organizations that are involved with educating the public about social injustices and/or working with victims of human rights violations.
Eglinton St. George’s United Church – Compassionate Justice Speakers Series
In 2010, ESG formed a Compassionate Justice group to learn about the changes in direction and legislation to Canada’s Criminal Code being proposed by the federal government. Since then they have run a Speakers Series, A Justice System for a Just Society. In 2016, they began to broaden the scope of the Compassionate Justice Speakers Series to include a more complete range of social justice issues and concerns.
Click here to access the replay of a number of past speakers’ presentations along with question and answer segments: Past speakers
Human Trafficking – Canada
Joy Smith Foundation
The Joy Smith Foundation works to ensure that every Canadian man, woman and child is safe from manipulation, force, or abuse of power designed to lure and exploit them into the sex trade or forced labour.
This is achieved through:
- Educating the public; and
- Providing funds and support to front-line organizations that rescue and rehabilitate survivors, and organizations that safeguard all Canadians from human trafficking.
Click Joy Smith Foundation for more information.
U-R Home Awareness and Support Services
U-R Home is a registered Canadian Charity, based in York Region. Their vision is to provide hope and a future for any person impacted by human trafficking in Canada.
Click U-R Home for more information.
BridgeNorth, based in York Region, is a survivor-founded, survivor-led charitable organization focused on restoring the inherent dignity and value of sexually exploited women and girls by meeting their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs.
Click BridgeNorth for more information.