Social Justice

What does social justice mean to you?

At CCRSB social justice means that all students have the right to attend safe, welcoming schools, that all people are equal and that we do not discriminate against others. Our Social Justice Framework says that everyone - regardless of gender, race, abilities, class or sexual orientation - has the right to be WHO they are.

CCRSB has a Coordinator of African-Nova Scotian Cultural Services, Jocelyn Dorrington, and a Coordinator of First Nations Cultural Services, Patsy Paul-Martin. Jocelyn and Patsy are helping our whole system to live the Social Justice Framework every day. 

If you want to learn more about what Patsy and Jocelyn do and how they can help you, give them a call.

Jocelyn Dorrington

Coordinator of African-Nova Scotian
Cultural Services

  • 902-897-8991

Patsy Paul-Martin

Coordinator of First Nations
Cultural Services

  • 902-897-8996

CCRSB's anti-bullying program, Stand Up. Speak Out. and ideas like restorative justice are part of the Social Justice Framework too. You can learn more about both by talking to Frank Lambert, he's our Coordinator of School Climate. You can reach Frank at 902-896-5731.

Social Justice Framework Poster can be downloaded here.