We are investing in social justice

By Andy Cook, Chief Executive of The Centre for Social Justice

We are investing in social justice

26th November 2021

Andy Cook, CEO, The Centre for Social JusticeThe Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) has always fought for social justice to be at the heart of British politics, standing up for some of the most marginalised people in our society.

For nearly 20 years, we have had an unparalleled impact on welfare reform, modern slavery and addiction strategy, and led the debate on family, school exclusion and youth centre infrastructure. We have been the voice for small charity and social entrepreneurship in the UK and been international social policy think tank of the year for the last 2 years running.

But as we emerge into a post-Covid, post-Brexit world, I firmly believe that the need for and opportunity of the CSJ has never been greater.  We are rising to that call by investing in our people, skills, and geographical breadth.  Today, we began our search for more brilliant people to bring new insight to our research, further extend our presence beyond Westminster, and increase our support of front-line organisations and provide them with a bridge to national policymakers.

The new positions can all be found in the jobs section of our website in the coming days.  If you are a passionate, brave and radical social justice thinker, I look forward to hearing from you.

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