Students for Peace and Justice


If you want Peace, work for Justice.

Development cannot be reduced to economic growth alone, often attained without a thought for the poor and the vulnerable. A better world will come about only if attention is first paid to individuals; if human promotion is integral, taking account of every dimension of the person, including the spiritual; if no one is neglected, including the poor, the sick, prisoners, the needy and the stranger (cf. Mt 25:31-46); if we can prove capable of leaving behind a throwaway culture and embracing one of encounter and acceptance. (8/5/13, World Day of Migrants and Refugees). Pope Francis.

We don't only hope for a better world, we work to make it happen! We...

  1. Challenge unjust systems
  2. Raise awareness about social injustice
  3. Share perspectives on other cultures
  4. Advocate for human rights
  5. Provide ways for others to take action against injustice
  6. Stay informed about global issues
  7. Be voices for the voiceless
Meetings at Newman Center!
For more information contact Owura Kuffour

The Lord has loved me so much: we must love everyone… we must be compassionate! St. Bakhita.