The symposium will bring together academics, practitioners, community- based organizations and those with lived experience to foster conversation, deepen analyses, and re-imagine radically different child welfare systems. Find program details here.
The Action Group on Access to Justice (TAG) and LawConnect Ontario (a collaboration of CLEO and OJEN) are hosting a conference in Toronto from October 20-21 about public legal education & information (PLEI) and access to justice (A2J). This conference is open to legal professionals, community workers, students, and other people working in A2J and doing PLEI. Learn more and register.
How can technology be used to advance greater access to justice for diverse communities? This day of discussion will highlight new technology ideas in the justice sector and explore ways to strengthen the connection between inclusion and innovation. Click here to register.
AIDWYC’s 21st exoneree Maria Shepherd will tell her story at its Annual General Meeting on Saturday, May 28.
Join the Canadian Civil Liberties Association and Education Trust and Kids Can Press for the launch of “That’s Not Fair! Getting to Know Your Rights and Freedoms” written by Danielle S. McLaughlin and illustrated by Dharmali Patel. Register today.