The Centre for Justice Exchange is a collective of academics, students, and volunteers who seek to create more inclusive understandings and practices of justice and accountability. Unlike our current punitive model of justice that individualizes and segregates people, we believe that justice is a collective concern whereby everyone should have access to resources, supports and information that help improve our life circumstances. We achieve our goal of advancing more inclusive justices through 1) collaborative research and projects, 2) public education and the 3) sharing of resources.

We are committed to ensuring that those with the lived expertise are central to our work. Our work includes those who have the least amount of access to justice, including corresponding with people in and out of prison. We provide research and information on the criminal justice system and community resources and supports. If interested, we can also mail our Justice Resource Directory that offers a listing of justice and support groups across the land known as Canada.

We receive hundreds of correspondences annually from people who are trying to improve their life circumstances. Most are isolated from the resources, supports and relations needed that would help anyone move forward and improve their quality of life. As we learn from these exchanges, we develop collaborations and initiatives to advance justices that reflect opportunities to learn, grow, and create and promote an accountability that connects people in meaningful and supportive ways. Keep on keep’n on…

Thank you for helping us learn, grow, and create…

Write us at:
Centre for Justice Exchange
2600 rue College, Sherbrooke QC J1M 1Z7
email: justiceexchange@ubishops.ca;
website: justiceexchange.ca

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