Workshop and study guide to help people navigate justice issues online
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Workshop and study guide to help people navigate justice issues online

An online workshop, “How to be a digital justice advocate”, will be held on Monday, 7 November, to help people delve deeper into how to respond to the challenges and opportunities of the digital age.

Co-organized by WACC and the World Council of Churches (WCC), the workshop will launch a study and action guide that explains some of the key justice dilemmas of our increasingly digital world, with fast facts, case studies, faith connections, discussion questions, and suggestions for further resources.

Announcement card saying join us online to find out how to be a digital justice advocate. Monday, November 7, 10:00 am New York, 4:00 pm Paris. Register today. With logos of the World Council of Churches and WACC

Click on the image to register for the WACC–WCC digital justice webinar on 7 November.

Participants in the 60-minute online workshop, starting at 10:00 am (New York)/ 4:00 pm (Paris), will have the opportunity to discuss some of the issues with the guide’s author, Dr Erin Green, as well as experts addressing real-world consequences of our increasing reliance on digital technology.

From access issues to online violence, from data privacy to fake news, the publication Digital Justice: A Study and Action Guide aims to help individuals and groups committed to ecological and social justice relate their work to the online world and the economic and political systems behind it.

Interested workshop participants are asked to register in advance at

Digital Justice: A Study and Action Guide is a co-publication of WACC and WCC. The guide will be available online after the launch on 7 November.

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