The Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service (CSJ) opened its doors in January 2001. The Center has a mission that is simple to state but far-reaching in its implications: In order to advance justice and the common good, CSJ promotes and integrates community-based research, teaching and service by collaborating with diverse partners and communities.

Featured Stories

  • Undergraduate Meets Society of Jesus Leader During Internship in Rome
    November 1, 2019
    Martin Moreno (C’22) had a unique opportunity to intern this summer at the Jesuit Curia in Rome, where he met the Superior General of the Society of Jesus, Arturo Sosa, S.J.
  • Georgetown Initiative Co-Hosts Rent Control Rally
    October 28, 2019
    About 15 Georgetown students joined a rally on Oct. 26 demanding the expansion of rent control in the District. A variety of unions, tenant groups, and other organizations, including Georgetown’s Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor (KI), hosted the rally at Lamont Plaza in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood to launch the Reclaim Rent Control campaign.
  • Students March in 1st National Period Day Rally
    October 25, 2019
    Georgetown University student organizations and clubs protested period poverty at the Washington, D.C. National Period Day Rally on Oct. 19. Period poverty refers to how economic factors can decrease access to menstrual products for certain individuals. The rally, organized by PERIOD, a global youth-run nonprofit that seeks to end period poverty and the stigma around menstruation, was held in honor of the world’s first National Period Day.
  • Flynn Coleman (SFS ’03) Discusses New Book at the Intersection of Human Rights and Technology
    October 3, 2019
    Flynn Coleman (SFS ’03) is many things: international human rights lawyer, professor, public speaker, activist, and entrepreneur. On Thursday, October 3, she returned to Georgetown as a published author and spoke in McGhee Library about her new book, A Human Algorithm: How Artificial Technology is Redefining Who We Are.