Professional groups such as the American Counseling Association's Counselors for Social Justice view the construct of social justice as focusing on the empowerment of individuals by addressing the essential elements of equity, access, participation, and harmony within the context of cultural and societal systems (Counselors for Social Justice, 2011).
What does CSJ stand for?
CSJ stands for Counselors for Social Justice
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We have 39 other meanings of CSJ in our Acronym Attic
- Commission des Services Juridiques (French: Legal Services Commission; Canada)
- Commission for Social Justice (Order Sons of Italy in America)
- Common Sense Journalism
- Common Sense Junction
- Confraternity of St James (various locations)
- Congregation of St. Joseph, Priests and Brothers (religious order)
- Conseil Superieur de la Jeunesse (Algeria)
- Conseil Supérieur de la Justice (French: High Council of Justice; Belgium)
- Corpus of Spontaneous Japanese (language database)
- Corte Suprema de Justicia (Spanish: Supreme Court of Justice; El Salvadore)
- Crab Street Journal (est. 1999)
- Cultic Studies Journal (International Cultic Studies Association)
- Sisters of St. Joseph (religious order)
- Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication (Arizona State University)
- Canadian Student Judicial Affairs
- Chicago Society of Jungian Analysts (Illinois)
- Chinese Swai Jiao Association (martial arts)
- Caxton Street Jazz Band (Australia)
- Centro San Juan Bosco (Spanish: San Juan Bosco Center; Honduras)
- Cleveland San Jose Ballet (now Ballet San Jose)
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She's also served in many leadership roles, including as president of both the National Latina/o Psychological Association and the Counselors for Social Justice, a division of the American Counseling Association.
The above description of social justice is further elaborated by the mission statement on the website of Counselors for Social Justice (CSJ), a division of the American Counseling Association.