California Conference for Equality and Justice (CCEJ)
Diversity Training and EducationNon-Profit Organizations
The California Conference for Equality and Justice (CCEJ) (the Organization) was established in July 2005. CCEJ is a non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating bias, bigotry and racism through education, conflict resolution and advocacy.
CCEJ is focused on raising awareness, facilitating dialogue, healing conflicts and bridging differences. The three primary approaches for activities are youth and adult anti-oppression education programs, leadership development, and conflict transformation using Restorative Justice practices.
Anti-Oppression Education and Leadership Development: CCEJ offers training programs in diversity, equity and inclusion, anti-oppression, and Restorative Justice practices and tools to businesses and corporations, educators, community-based organizations, non-profits, faith-based organizations, and government agencies. CCEJ also offers anti-bias and anti-racism residential camps to youth in addition to in-classroom and on-campus programs.
Conflict Transformation: CCEJ faciliates Restorative responses to organizational conflict and community-based conflict, and works with schools to end the school-to-prison pipeline through alternative tools and strategies to address school discipline. CCEJ also provides Restorative Justice Youth Diversion services as an alternative to the juvenile justice system.