Postgraduate Research - School of Law and Social Justice.
The Department of Education and Social Justice (ESJ) is an interdisciplinary group focusing on social justice and critical enquiry in education and whose members share a common interest in researching the inequalities that persist in society.
Conflict Transformation and Social Justice highlights. Queens University offers the only global MA programme on Conflict Transformation and Social Justice. World Class Facilities. Established in 2016, The Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice is an international center of excellence at Queen’s University.
Overview. The doctoral concentration in Inclusive Leadership for Social Justice is designed to develop more inclusive scholar-leaders who are knowledgeable about and sensitive to the complex ways that power and injustice manifest in organizations and communities in order to co-create a more just society.
Education and Social Justice An interdisciplinary research group interested in how knowledge and social justice interact This research group defines education broadly to include informal and incidental learning, capacity building and agency through community organising and knowledge creation and translation as well as the more traditionally.
Social Justice Education is a multi- and interdisciplinary graduate program leading to the Master of Arts (MA), Master of Education (MEd), Doctor of Education (EdD), and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees. The program is offered by the Department of Social Justice Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), providing students with critical understandings of the social.
Our postgraduate course in International Law and Social Justice will expand the knowledge of those wishing to have a specialist working knowledge of the justice, international trade, charity and NGO sectors. The emphasis of this course is to develop critical thinking and the application of theoretical knowledge on legal practice.
Social Justice, rights and empowerment are viewed as central to promoting social justice and well-being. These terms are understood as multi-dimensional social processes. Within a research context we are concerned how the process of social justice can foster agency in people for use in their own lives, their communities and in their society, by.