Practical assistance, policy dialogue, research, and education - CFSC works for a world where peace and justice prevail.
About Canadian Friends Service Committee (Quakers)
Fundamentally committed to equality, peace (including pacifism), simplicity, community and integrity, CFSC was founded in 1931 to address the social concerns of Quakers in Canada.
We work with partners on a range of peace building and social justice issues including the promotion of Indigenous peoples' human rights, promoting a culture of peacebuilding in Canada, and strengthening restorative justice practices.
Rooted in our Quaker faith, CFSC is guided by a vision of a world in which peace and justice prevail, where the causes of war and oppression are removed, a world in which the whole of Creation is treated with respect and where individuals and communities are freed to reach their fullest potential.
We work from the grassroots to the national and international levels, providing practical assistance, policy dialogue, research, and education. Find out more in the executive summary of our strategic plan: http://www.quakerservice.ca/plan