Guiding Principle 2: Collaboration and action
CREATE Justice recognizes that the complexity of legal and justice system change most often requires collaborative, interdisciplinary approaches. As a result, the projects undertaken at CREATE Justice often centre around advancing research and action in areas that require collaboration among multiple organizations, from multiple sectors – coordination of initiatives that no one organization or sector could easily achieve on its own.
CREATE Justice coordinates, collaborates, and interacts with a variety of individuals, organizations, and initiatives to achieve this guiding principle, such as:
- The CREATE Justice Advisory Committee
- The Dean’s Forum on Access to Justice and Dispute Resolution
- Justice stakeholders across Saskatchewan, including members of the Saskatchewan Access to Justice Network
- Justice stakeholders across Canada and internationally, including the National Action Committee on Access to Justice in Civil and Family Matters
- Students and faculty from a variety of disciplines at multiple universities
Our project collaborators are indicated on individual project pages – visit our project pages to learn more!