The African Nova Scotian Justice Institute (ANSJI) will address issues of systemic racism in the justice system that are negatively impacting African Nova Scotians. The institute was established in 2021 and is the result of generations of work by justice advocates that have fought for the dignity and human rights of African Nova Scotians throughout history.
The issue of street checks, the continued treatment and overrepresentation of African Nova Scotians in the criminal justice system, and moments in history such as the Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall Jr. Prosecution report, have led the ANSJI to take a proactive approach to developing an African Nova Scotian-led justice strategy.
The African Nova Scotian Justice Institute is please to offer the following 5 employment opportunities:
Please see the attached descriptions for more information about the postings. If you are interested in any of these positions please submit your expression of interest to the ANSJI Operations Manager, Sarah Upshaw, at email@example.com, no later than Midnight on October 16th, 2023.
Phone number: (902) 492-5619