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KAIROS: Canadian Ecumenical Justice Initiatives
KAIROS is a national ecumenical partnership of major Canadian churches and church organizations dedicated to working for justice in Canada and worldwide. KAIROS engages in research, policy advocacy, education and action campaigns. Priority areas include: Canadian Social Development (poverty, health, refugees, migration); Ecological Justice (climate change, biotechnology, sustainable development); Aboriginal Rights in Canada; Human Rights (monitoring Africa, Asia, Latin America, Middle East); Global Economic Justice (debt, finance, trade, corporate social responsibility). KAIROS has a network of local groups across Canada and works in partnership with respected social justice organizations worldwide.

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