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About Us
Who We Are:
Justice Education in Catholic Schools is a sub-group of the Justice Unit of the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne. The sub-group consists of staff from the Justice Unit, Catholic Education Office, Catholic schools and Catholic justice organisations in the Melbourne Archdiocese.
Sponsorship of the site
We gratefully acknowledge the generous sponsorship provided for the ongoing costs associated with the site by the CEO Melbourne, CCI, CDF, and VIEU.
Major Aims of JECS
  • Encourage discussion regarding the theory and practice of justice education in Catholic schools
  • Provide information and appropriate links on a range of justice issues
  • Provide a means by which Catholic Schools can share their ideas and practices related to justice activities in their schools
  • Support networks of teachers and students working in the area of justice education.

How You Can Get Involved
We hope to make this an interactive site, where lots of ideas, interests, and information are shared for the benefit of all those who use it. Schools or individuals could contribute by:
  1. Submitting practical or theoretical material, information or resources for the site. A unit of work, a practical activity that worked, a prayer service, a reflection. There are no limits here.
  2. Take responsibility for an area of the website, and develop material in this area. This would require no meetings, just liaison with a member of the sub-group.
For further discussion on how you could be part of this website please contact:
Mark Clarke (Justice Unit):
Michael Harrison: