Welcome to our Projects Page! We're glad to see you. From projects with elementary and secondary schools, to work we do with other social justice organizations, this is your one stop shop to find about all of it.
The OnJustice Podcast
Growing up in a world rife with inequalities, young people often want to speak out and stand up for themselves, but don’t know how. Especially to problems they see in school. It can be scary to tell a teacher that they are being sexist, or to call a classmate out on a racist joke. Our solution? The OnJustice Podcast. This podcast was the beginning of the OnJustice Group. We thought we'd record just one episode but have since broadened our scope to discuss a range of social justice issues, from dress codes to capital punishment. When you have fifteen minutes, you should definitely check out the pod on Spotify, Anchor, Google Podcasts, or here on the website.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice at Schools
No school can be perfect, but we can try our best to make sure that students don't experience injustice at school. After a series of Council of International Schools (CIS) workshops, the OnJustice group now helps to bring together school communities to collaboratively discuss, establish, and implement new projects and initiatives aimed at making schools more equitable.
Our DEIJ Resource List
Having trouble finding a statistic to back up your argument? Want to learn more about social justice but don’t know where to start? Want to learn more about feminism but don’t have the attention span to make it through The Second Sex? Check out our resource list! The resource list is a constantly growing compilation of resources our group uses to do our research. From young adult novels with social justice themes, to documentaries, to other podcasts, this list has just about every social justice topic in a variety of forms. Got a fifteen-minute walk home and don’t know what to listen to? Check out the podcast section! Looking for something new to read? Check out the book section! Trying to get your ten year old cousin to understand social justice? Check out the social media section for all our favourite accounts to follow. We also love to hear from you, so if you have something to add, send us a DM, shoot us an email, or fill out our contact form and let us know!
ISP Complexity Hub
Complexity Hub is a discussion forum and workshop for the International School of Paris community surrounding the topics most relevant to the community. As the leaders of Complexity Hub IX, "Identity, Continued", we led discussions about the construction of identity through character development, using The Thing Around Your Neck by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and The Voting Booth by Brandy Colbert as source texts.
The Wells International Foundation Covid-19 Pages
“The theme of the virtual exhibition, “The Influence and Inspiration of Women,” is conceived to inspire creativity through visual arts as well as thoughtful discussions about women in leadership and inspirational roles who are making a positive difference locally, nationally, and globally in all sectors of the economy.” - Wells International. Working with the Wells International Foundation, The OnJustice Group participated in Phase II of Covid-19 Pages: Student Art, and created art that reflected the role of women in managing the Covid-19 outbreak. See the full virtual exhibition here.