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The Law Foundation of Ontario recently made a grant to Ryerson University’s Legal Innovation Zone, working closely with the Ontario Justice Education Network, for a project called the Youth Access…
Funded through The Law Foundation of Ontario’s Connecting Communities initiative, People 2 People Aid Organization, a small nonprofit founded by concerned individuals from the Toronto Ethiopian community, recently completed a legal training project using the traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony to share legal information about HIV and AIDS.
The Law Foundation of Ontario is pleased to announce that the 2017 Guthrie Award will be presented to Reem Bahdi. The Guthrie Award is the Foundation’s signature award to recognize exceptional access to justice champions.
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The Law Foundation of Ontario makes grants to nonprofits to improve access to justice for people in Ontario. We believe in “Putting People at the Heart of Justice”. We are…
The Law Foundation of Ontario opened a new call for applications today to fund innovative legal projects in the area of family law through its national Access to Justice Fund. The call for applications includes one round for small grants, those under $15,000, and one round for major grants, those up to $250,000. The deadlines for applications are June 30, 2017 and October 2, 2017 respectively.
The Winkler Institute at Osgoode Hall Law School and Ryerson University’s Legal Innovation Zone have each received a grant to examine the roles technology and innovation can play to improve access to justice for young people.
The Law Foundation of Ontario is encouraging nominations for its signature Guthrie Award. Nominations of individuals who have a significant and proven track record of furthering access to justice are being accepted until April 17, 2017.
The call for applications for the Foundation’s Community Leadership in Justice Fellowship for the 2017/2018 or 2018/2019 academic terms is now open.
Calls for applications now open for Responsive Grants. Responsive Grants aim to encourage new ideas, innovations, approaches, and relationships that can help address emerging needs and connect more people to legal information and supports, especially people who are not currently being reached.