Facilitated by the Office of Social Justice, CRCNA
For practitioners, engaging the public with issues of social justice and human rights is no easy task. The Office of Social Justice, for example, is mandated to "equip and lead the Christian Reformed Church in carrying out its transforming mission to pursue God's justice and peace." To accomplish this, the OSJ needs to translate the academic and legal discourse of social justice and human rights into accessible language and provide practical activities to engage and mobilize our constituents.
This informal sharing session will provide an opportunity for practitioners to network and discuss how we engage and equip our constituents on topics of social justice and human rights. Please come prepared to share briefly about your work and the ways in which you engage and mobilize the general public or your constituency.
Attendees of this session are encouraged to comment.