Articles by Ed Wilson
By Ed Wilson
December 19, 2017
While the world’s impoverished people need food, water, clothing and medicine, they also need the safety that comes from living in truly just societies, says Ed Wilson, executive director of International Justice Mission in Canada.
Most importantly, we partner with all levels of government and work alongside local police, judges, prosecutors, social workers, church leaders and others, providing training and support to strengthen the entire community’s response to violence against the poor As we work through this collaborative process and guide victims all over the world through their justice systems, we build relationships within the system and uncover where it is failing to serve the poor effectively IJM Canada was launched in 2002 as the first international partner of IJM by 29-year old Jamie McIntosh, who was gripped with a need to respond to the epidemic of violence against children he had encountered through his work with Compassion Canada Convivium: Your global team includes more than 750 lawyers, investigators, social workers, community activists and other professionals that undertake the work of IJM through 17 field offices