Watch the video montage celebrating SJRI's transdisciplinary space for social justice at Congress
SJRI Affiliate, Rebecca Raby, talks about "school rules" on CBC's The Current
Film provides a glimpse into the lives of survivors of violence who have found healing in boxing
Co-founder and FSC Member, David Butz, is the managing editor of SJRI's new journal!
Social Justice Research Institute
Interested in working with SJRI?
We are pleased to announce an exciting new opportunity to work with the Social Justice Research Institute (SJRI) as a part-time Administrative Coordinator. Job Posting AP 31/2014 Administrative Coordinator has been posted on the HR Career Opportunities page.
Applicants are invited to apply online by selecting the Career Opportunities (Administrative-Professional Staff) section (AP 31/2014) of Brock’s website and attaching a resume and cover letter, including salary expectations, by August 5, 2014.
Please share this opportunity to work with the SJRI in your networks!
We have launched an e-bulletin series that will bring you timely, topical, and easy to skim information. This regular digest of headlines, announcements, and links quickly connects you to the source for social justice news, events, and opportunities. Read SJRI's inaugural e-bulletin 1.1 and watch for updates by visiting the SJRI e-bulletins news link.
Content will be posted to the SJRI blog on an ongoing basis and distributed to members by email twice a month. To submit content or provide feedback please email SJRI's Projects Facilitator, Dr. Rachel Hirsch.
Studies in Social Justice Journal
Since 2007 Studies in Social Justice has been managed and published by the Centre for Studies in Social Justice at the University of Windsor. Following the Centre’s recent closure, the journal’s operations have been relocated to the Social Justice Research Institute (SJRI) at Brock University. To learn more read about the Focus and Scope of this open access journal or access the current issue for free.
Proposals for special issues, and submission of research articles and review essays, are encouraged. Please consult the Submission page for details.
Other SJRI News
If you are a Brock faculty member who would like to become involved with the SJRI community please consider applying for affiliated membership.
Other members of the Brock community, Niagara Region, those from other universities, and any international colleagues who are interested in connecting are welcome to sign-up for participating membership.