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Connecting Communities Training Partnerships projects – past and present

We have grouped the Connecting Communities Training Partnerships projects by legal topic. Please note that some projects cover two or more legal topics.

Building the capacity of community leaders to respond to family violence in the context of early identification

  • Project partners: Muslim Resource Centre for Social Support and Innovation, Hamoody Hassan of Hassan Law; Michael Loebach of Loebach Law Firm, The Children's Aid Society of London and Middlesex, London Muslim Mosque, Islamic Centre of Southwest Ontario, Al-Mahdi Centre, Huron College
  • Project status: ongoing (started in 2017)
  • This project will educate front-line service workers and faith leaders within the Muslim community in London on child welfare law, immigration law, and intimate partner violence in the context of cultural norms and values
  • Three in-person group workshops and a follow-up workshop four months later

Loving our Children Without Fear: Understanding Child Welfare Law and its Impact on the Hispanic Community

  • Project partners: Hispanic Development Council, Catholic Children’s Aid Society, Children’s Aid Society of York Region, Centre for Spanish Speaking People
  • Project status: completed (2013 - 2014)
  • Training community, social, and youth workers, as well as leaders in the Hispanic community on child welfare law
  • Ten training modules offered in group workshops focusing on various aspects of child welfare law

Before You Sign

  • Project Partners: YWCA St. Thomas Elgin, Elgin-Oxford Legal Clinic, Community Legal Clinic - Brant, Haldimand, Norfolk. St Thomas-Elgin Local Immigration Partnership (STELIP), Niagara Local Immigration Partnership (NLIP), Huron Local Immigration Partnership (HLIP), Windsor-Essex Local Immigration Partnership (WELIP), Chatham-Kent Local Immigration Partnership (CKLIP), Sarnia Lambton Local Immigration Partnership (SLLIP), Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) and Mennonite Community Services (MCS).
  • Project status: ongoing (started in late 2018)
  • The project will train front-line workers on real estate, landlord-tenant, consumer and contract law affecting newcomers, in particular Low German speaking newcomers.
  • The project will provide face-to-face training to community leaders and frontline service providers. It will also produce multilingual podcasts on these topics and will make them available on websites and community radio stations.

Consumer Protection Education for Rural Ontario

  • Project partners: Community Law School (Sarnia-Lambton), Pro Bono Students Canada, Community Legal Services at the University of Western Ontario, North Lambton Social Services, Lambton College
  • Project status: completed (2011 - 2014)
  • Consumer protection training for rural community workers through face-to-face workshops

Bathurst Finch Safety Project

  • Project partners: North York Women’s Centre, Downsview Community Legal Services, METRAC, and the Bathurst Finch Community Hub
  • Project status: completed (2012 - 2014)
  • The project trained staff in criminal justice and immigration law as it relates to domestic violence
  • Training was delivered through a full-day session and series of small group dialogue sessions

The Compensation for Victims of Crime Advocacy

  • Project Partners: Community Law School (Sarnia-Lambton) Inc., Women’s Interval Home, the Sexual Assault Survivors Centre of Sarnia-Lambton, and The Workplace Group
  • Project status: completed (2018 - 2019)
  • The project trained front-line social service workers on how to help clients benefit from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board (CICB) process.
  • In addition to conducting live training, the project developed a webinar series that walks frontline workers through the entire CICB process from initial considerations through the hearing stage.

Domestic Violence Legal Training Project

  • Project partners: Sandgate Women's Shelter of York Region Inc. (Family Justice Centre), Community Legal Clinic of York Region and South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario
  • Project status: completed (2013 - 2015)
  • The project trained York Region front-line service providers, faith community leaders and community workers on the criminal justice system as it relates to women who have experienced partner abuse
  • The project hosted a series of face-to-face workshops

Increasing our Knowledge: Building on our Strengths

  • Project partners: Equay-Wuk (Women's Group), Nishnawbe-Aski Legal Services, First Step Women's Shelter, Wawatay Native Communications Society
  • Project status: completed (2014 - 2016)
  • The project trained front-line workers and women elders from 31 remote First Nations communities covered by Equay-wuk through face-to-face workshops

On the Front Line: Legal Information Training for Front-line Workers Supporting Clients when Interacting with Police or the Legal System

  • Project partners: Nishnawbe-Aski Legal Services Corporation (NAN Legal), Thunder Bay Indian Friendship Centre, Ontario Native Women’s Association – Thunder Bay, Thunder Bay Police Service, Ontario Justice Education Network
  • Project status: completed (2016 - 2018)
  • The project trained front-line staff and community and faith leaders on issue relating to police powers and interactions with the police
  • Training was delivered through a full-day in-person workshop and a follow-up workshop to allow participants to share their learnings and experiences

Preventative Education on Sexting and Cyberbullying

  • Project Partners: Port Cares, Steering Committee of the Niagara Justice Youth Committee
  • Project status: completed (2015 - 2016)
  • Video training for youth leaders and youth peer mentors on the law relating to sexting and cyberbullying

Supporting the human rights of migrant sex workers in Toronto: Accessing justice through legal information and services

  • Project Partners: Chinese Canadian National Council - Toronto Chapter, The Metro Toronto Chinese & Southeast Asian Legal Clinic, Butterfly (Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Support Network); St. Stephen’s Community House
  • Project status: completed (2017 - 2018)
  • In-person and online training for front-line community workers in the Greater Toronto Area who work with migrant sex workers who speak Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese or Korean as their first or only language.
  • Topics for training included: violence against migrant sex workers, workplace and immigration issues, human rights, and criminal justice.

Navigating Human Rights and the Law for Transgender People in Simcoe Muskoka

  • Project partners: The Gilbert Centre for Social and Support Services, Community Legal Clinic – Simcoe, Haliburton, Kawartha Lakes, The Mediation Centre
  • Project status: completed (2016 - 2018)
  • Two-day workshops on several areas of law as they relate to the transgender community

Newcomers and the law: Does it work for everyone?

  • Project partners: KEYS Job Centre; Pro Bono Students Canada, Kingston Community Legal Clinic, a team of private practice immigration lawyers, Institute for Work and Health, Kingston Community Health Centres, Centre for Research-Action on Race Relations
  • Project status: completed (2017 - 2018)
  • The project trained employment counselors, settlement workers, and community and peer leaders on aspects of employment law and its intersection with immigration law

Reaching Out: Training on Employment Standards and Human Rights

  • Project partners: Workers' Action Centre, Parkdale Community Legal Services, Human Rights Legal Support Centre
  • Project status: completed (2011 - 2014)
  • In-depth employment and human rights training for community workers and community leaders in immigrant communities in Toronto, Ottawa, Owen Sound and Belleville through a series of face-to-face workshops with follow-up community activities

Family

Supporting our Families: Trans Parents and Family Law Information

  • Project partners: LGTBQ Parenting Network—Sherbourne Health Centre, Rainbow Health Ontario, Downtown Legal Services
  • Project status: completed (2012 - 2014)
  • Family law for transgendered parents in rural and remote communities
  • The project helped develop informal infrastructure and peer support networks within trans communities, and opened doors for future collaborations through a face-to-face workshop and discussions

Supporting the human rights of migrant sex workers in Toronto: Accessing justice through legal information and services

  • Project Partners: Chinese Canadian National Council - Toronto Chapter, The Metro Toronto Chinese & Southeast Asian Legal Clinic, Butterfly (Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Support Network); St. Stephen’s Community House
  • Project status: completed (2017 - 2018)
  • In-person and online training for front-line community workers in the Greater Toronto Area who work with migrant sex workers who speak Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese or Korean as their first or only language.
  • Topics for training included: violence against migrant sex workers, workplace and immigration issues, human rights, and criminal justice.

Supporting our Community: Our Health Our Laws

  • Project partners: People to People Aid Organization, HIV & AIDS Legal Clinic Ontario, Women’s Health in Women’s Hands, Africans in Partnership Against AIDS
  • Project status: completed (2015 - 2017)
  • The project trained front-line workers and leaders in the Ethiopian community in immigration, human rights and criminal law pertaining to people living with HIV/AIDS
  • Training was delivered through face-to-face workshops and community gatherings ("coffee ceremonies")

Connecting Communities Tenants' School

  • Project partners: Federation of Metro Tenants’ Associations, Rexdale Women’s Centre, Working Women Community Centre, Thorncliffe Neighbourhood Office, Kensington Bellwoods Community Legal Clinic
  • Project status: completed (2012 - 2013)
  • The project conducted a tenants’ school for settlement workers and those working in immigrant communities in the Greater Toronto Area (six three-hour workshops)

Connecting Communities Tenants’ School, Phase 2: Focus on Rural and Remote Communities

  • Project partners: Federation of Metro Tenants’ Associations, Brantford Housing and Community Legal Clinic, Niagara North-Community Legal Clinic and Niagara Region Community Services, Port Cares, Grey Bruce Community Legal Services, Rural Legal Services, Kinna-aweya Legal Clinic
  • Project status: completed (2015 - 2018)
  • The project trained front-line workers in six rural communities in landlord and tenant law
  • Training was delivered through a range of formats depending on the needs of the target community

The [Dis]placement Project: Tools for Tenant Rights

  • Project Partners: Social Planning & Research Council of Hamilton, Core Collaborative Learning, the City of Hamilton’s Neighbourhood Action Strategy and Municipal Law Enforcement, the Immigrants Working Centre, the Hamilton Community Action Program for Children, Hamilton Community Legal Clinic
  • Project status: completed (2016 - 2017)
  • The project trained tenant and community leaders, front-line workers, and community developers on understanding housing law as it relates to the ability of landlords to redevelop and gentrify their buildings
  • Training was delivered through face-to-face workshops

Empowerment through Knowledge: Making the Law Accessible to Marginalized Non-English Speaking Communities

  • Project partners: KCWA Family and Social Services, Kababayan Multicultural Centre, Vietnamese Women’s Association of Toronto. Korean Canadian Lawyer’s Association
  • Project status: completed (2017 - 2018)
  • In-person workshops for settlement workers and faith leaders on housing and immigration law were conducted in Korean and English

Environmental Sensitivities and Related Conditions (ES+) Rental Housing Network

  • Project partners: Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation, Environment Health Institute Canada, Canadian Environmental Law Association
  • Project status: ongoing (started in 2017)
  • The project trained front-line workers on environmental health issues affecting tenants in rural Ontario, focusing on advocacy strategies using the Ontario Human Rights Code.
  • The project also trained tenants and community workers in rural Ontario through a co-learning live training. Training was also conducted through a live webinar, a toolkit, and a FAQ video to supplement the webinar.

Navigating Human Rights and the Law for Transgender People in Simcoe Muskoka

  • Project partners: The Gilbert Centre for Social and Support Services, Community Legal Clinic – Simcoe, Haliburton, Kawartha Lakes, The Mediation Centre
  • Project status: completed (2016 - 2018)
  • Two-day workshops on several areas of law as they relate to the transgender community

NewHome: Realizing Housing Rights in Non-Official Language Communities

  • Project Partners: Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation, Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario, COSTI Immigrant Services; North York Housing Help
  • Project status: completed (2011 - 2012)
  • Webinars for settlement workers on housing

Sleep a Night under My Roof

  • Project Partners: The Table Community Food Centre, The Legal Clinic, Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit, Lanark County Interval House
  • Project status: completed (2016 - 2018)
  • The project trained front-line workers and full-time students enrolled locally (Social Work and Police Foundations) on tenant and housing rights under the law
  • Training was delivered through an interactive workshop based on the lived experience of local community members, with a follow-up capacity-building workshop four months later, and including the compilation of a local and provincial resource guide for Lanark County.

Environmental Sensitivities and Related Conditions (ES+) Rental Housing Network

  • Project partners: Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation, Environment Health Institute Canada, Canadian Environmental Law Association
  • Project status: ongoing (started in 2017)
  • Training front-line workers on environmental health issues affecting tenants in rural Ontario, focusing on advocacy strategies using the Ontario Human Rights Code.
  • Training tenants and community workers in rural Ontario through a co-learning live training. Training also conducted through a live webinar, a toolkit, and a FAQ video to supplement the webinar.

Legal Information for People with Speech and Language Disabilities

  • Project partners: Communication Disabilities Access Canada, Human Rights Legal Support Centre, Gage Transition to Independent Living, PooranLaw Professional Corporation
  • Project status: completed (2015 - 2016)
  • The project trained disability advocates, social workers, speech-language pathologists, peer support workers and family members in the law as it relates to people with speech and language disabilities

Legal information training for front line community workers in Peel & surrounding areas

  • Project partners: Peel Multicultural Council, North Peel & Dufferin Community Legal Services, Human Rights Legal Support Centre, Punjabi Community Health Services
  • Project status: completed (2016 - 2018)
  • The project trained settlement workers in Peel Region and the surrounding areas on human rights law and Ontario Disability Support Plan issues

Listening and Learning: A Community Legal Information Training Project

  • Project partners: Thunder Bay Indian Friendship Centre, Kinna-aweya Legal Clinic, Human Rights Legal Support Centre
  • Project status: completed (2013 - 2015)
  • Training Indigenous elders and community workers operating in and around the Thunder Bay area on income security and human rights law through face-to-face knowledge-sharing workshops

Provincial Aboriginal Human Rights Training Initiative

  • Project partners: Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres, Human Rights Legal Support Centre
  • Project status: completed (2015 - 2017)
  • Face-to-face training of Friendship Centre workers and community allies on human rights issues affecting Indigenous peoples

Supporting the human rights of migrant sex workers in Toronto: Accessing justice through legal information and services

  • Project Partners: Chinese Canadian National Council - Toronto Chapter, The Metro Toronto Chinese & Southeast Asian Legal Clinic, Butterfly (Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Support Network), St. Stephen’s Community House
  • Project status: completed (2017 - 2018)
  • In-person and online training for front-line community workers in the Greater Toronto Area who work with migrant sex workers who speak Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, or Korean as their first or only language.
  • Topics for training include: violence against migrant sex workers, workplace and immigration issues, human rights, and criminal justice.

Trans Youth and the Law

  • Project Partners: The Gilbert Centre for Social and Support Services, Justice for Children and Youth, and Catholic Family Services of Simcoe County
  • Project status: completed (2016 - 2018)
  • The project trained service providers and school board staff on human rights and legal issues affecting transgender and gender variant school aged children, youth, and their families.
  • The project provided face-to-face training workshops that will follow a co-facilitation model and principles of adult education. Case studies will also be included and will be based on lived experiences gathered from transgender and gender variant youth.

Trans Youth and the Law 2019

  • Project Partners: The Gilbert Centre for Social and Support Services, Justice for Children and Youth
  • Project status: ongoing (started in 2019)
  • The project trained service providers and school board staff on human rights and legal issues as they affect transgender and gender-variant school aged children, youth, and their families.

Human trafficking

Human Trafficking: Increasing our Community’s Capacity to Respond Through Legal Education

  • Project partners: Coalition Assisting Trafficked Individuals (disbanded - contact Anova), Sexual Assault Center London, Atlohsa Native Family Healing Services Inc.
  • Project status: completed (2014 - 2016)
  • The project trained front-line community agency staff and non-traditional service providers (for example, taxi drivers) on the social and legal issues facing people who are being trafficked.
  • Training was delivered through face-to-face training, online and e-learning, and the distribution of a tool kit.

Building Capacity of Migrant Workers and Service providers to Access Justice

  • Project partners: Migrant Workers Alliance for Change, Asian Community AIDS Services, Caregivers' Action Centre, Industrial Accident Victims' Group of Ontario, South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario, Workers Action Centre
  • Project status: completed (2014 - 2016)
  • The project trained service providers and migrant workers on labour and immigration law issues relating to migrant workers
  • Training was delivered through four full-day workshops for service providers and one full-day workshop for migrant workers

Empowerment through Knowledge: Making the Law Accessible to Marginalized Non-English Speaking Communities

  • Project partners: KCWA Family and Social Services, Kababayan Multicultural Centre, Vietnamese Women’s Association of Toronto, Korean Canadian Lawyer’s Association
  • Project status: completed (2017 - 2018)
  • In-person workshops for settlement workers and faith leaders on housing and immigration law to be conducted in Korean and English

Enhancing Community Capacity to Address Legal Needs of Low Income Chinese-Speaking Clients

  • Project partners: Centre for Immigrant and Community Services of Ontario, Metro Toronto Chinese and Southeast Asian Legal Clinic, Toronto Chinese Community Social Services Association
  • Project status: completed (2013 - 2014)
  • Immigration law for Chinese settlement and outreach workers through face-to-face workshops using the structure of the Chinese Inter-agency Network and training two community mentors

Family Sponsorship and Refugee Law - Community Awareness Project 2013

  • Project partners: Council of Agencies Serving South Asians and South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario
  • Project status: completed (2012 - 2015)
  • The project delivered information about changes to refugee and immigration law to service providers, media representatives, community leaders and representatives from faith and cultural communities in the Greater Toronto Area and Windsor
  • The project hosted a variety of workshops and community dialogue sessions and will also use web-based tools.

Learning Through Law: A Legal Information Training Project for ESL Teachers Across Ontario

  • Project partners: FCJ Refugee Centre, TESL Ontario
  • Project status: completed (2012 - 2014)
  • Webinar training for front-line workers and speech language pathologists on access to legal support and justice for people with specific language disabilities

Newcomers and the law: Does it work for everyone?

  • Project partners: KEYS Job Centre, Pro Bono Students Canada, Kingston Community Legal Clinic, a team of private practice immigration lawyers, Institute for Work and Health, Kingston Community Health Centres, Centre for Research-Action on Race Relations
  • Project status: completed (2017 - 2018)
  • Training employment counselors, settlement workers, and community and peer leaders on aspects of employment law and its intersection with immigration law

Protecting Latino Seniors Under the Umbrella of Law and Rights in Ontario

  • Project partners: Hispanic Development Council, Unison Community Legal Clinic, Association of Spanish Speaking Seniors of the Greater Toronto Area
  • Project status: completed (2013 - 2016)
  • The project trained community and social workers and Latino community leaders on legal issues and entitlements for seniors in personal care and power of attorney, social assistance, and citizenship
  • Ten training modules were offered in face-to-face workshops focusing on various aspects of the law as it affects seniors

Supporting the human rights of migrant sex workers in Toronto: Accessing justice through legal information and services

  • Project Partners: Chinese Canadian National Council - Toronto Chapter, The Metro Toronto Chinese & Southeast Asian Legal Clinic, Butterfly (Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Support Network), St. Stephen’s Community House
  • Project status: completed (2017 - 2018)
  • In-person and online training for front-line community workers in the Greater Toronto Area who work with migrant sex workers who speak Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese or Korean as their first or only language.
  • Topics for training included: violence against migrant sex workers, workplace and immigration issues, human rights, and criminal justice.

Listening and Learning: A Community Legal Information Training Project

  • Project partners: Thunder Bay Indian Friendship Centre, Kinna-aweya Legal Clinic, Human Rights Legal Support Centre
  • Project status: completed (2013 - 2015)
  • The project trained Indigenous elders and community workers operating in and around the Thunder Bay area on income security and human rights law through face-to-face knowledge-sharing workshops

Provincial Aboriginal Human Rights Training Initiative

  • Project partners: Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres, Human Rights Legal Support Centre
  • Project status: completed (2015 - 2017)
  • Face-to-face training of Friendship Centre workers and community allies on human rights issues affecting Indigenous peoples

Navigating Human Rights and the Law for Transgender People in Simcoe Muskoka

  • Project partners: The Gilbert Centre for Social and Support Services, Community Legal Clinic – Simcoe, Haliburton, Kawartha Lakes, The Mediation Centre
  • Project status: completed (2016 - 2018)
  • Two-day workshops on several areas of law as they relate to the transgender community

Through A Mental Health Lens: Training in the Intersection of Mental Health and Legal Issues

  • Project partners: Huron Women’s Shelter Second Stage Housing and Counseling Services, Domestic Assault Review Team of Huron County, Huron/Perth Community Legal Clinic, ARCH Disability Law Centre
  • Project status: completed (2015 - 2016)
  • The project trained front-line staff working in violence against women services as well as other grass roots community agencies on the intersection of the legal system with mental health issues and systems.
  • Training delivered through face-to-face workshop sessions

The Spirit of the Law: Educating the Faith Sector on Mental Health and the Law

  • Project partners: Interfaith Initiatives for Civic Engagement, Halton Community Legal Clinic, Islamic Chaplaincy
  • Project status: completed (2014 - 2017)
  • The project trained faith leaders in employment, housing and social assistance with a focus on how disability law inter-relates with these areas
  • Training delivered through in-person workshops
  • Project partners: Hispanic Development Council, Unison Community Legal Clinic, Association of Spanish Speaking Seniors of the Greater Toronto Area
  • Project status: ongoing (started in 2018)
  • Training community and social workers and Latino community leaders on legal issues and entitlements for seniors in personal care and power of attorney, social assistance, and citizenship
  • Ten training modules offered in face-to-face workshops focusing on various aspects of the law as it affects seniors

Improving Access to Public Legal Information for Immigrant Communities in Ontario Using Innovative Practices and Communications Technologies

  • Project partners: Community Development Council Durham, Ajax Immigrant Welcome Centre, Pickering Immigrant Welcome Centre, Durham Community Legal Clinic
  • Project status: completed (2013 - 2014)
  • The project trained front-line grassroots workers and trusted intermediaries on social assistance
  • Focus was on training staff at new Welcome Centres - hubs for those working with immigrant communities
  • Training sessions that include a series of face-to-face workshops that are shared through video-conferencing technology with staff from other community locations

Legal Education for Staff of Agencies Supporting Individuals with Disabilities in Rural Ontario

  • Project Partners: South East Grey Support Services, Community Living Ontario, Grey Bruce Community Legal Clinic, Southern Network of Specialized Care, Alice Saddy Association, Community Living St. Mary's and Area
  • Project status: ongoing (started in 2016)
  • Training front-line workers in developmental service agencies on Ontario Disability Support Program and on housing law
  • Training delivered through the Ontario Telemedicine Network

Legal information training for front line community workers in Peel & surrounding areas

  • Project partners: Peel Multicultural Council, North Peel & Dufferin Community Legal Services, Human Rights Legal Support Centre, Punjabi Community Health Services
  • Project status: completed (2016 - 2018)
  • The project trained settlement workers in Peel Region and the surrounding areas on human rights law and Ontario Disability Support Plan issues

Navigating Human Rights and the Law for Transgender People in Simcoe Muskoka

  • Project partners: The Gilbert Centre for Social and Support Services, Community Legal Clinic – Simcoe, Haliburton, Kawartha Lakes, The Mediation Centre
  • Project status: completed (2016 - 2018)
  • Two-day workshops on several areas of law as they relate to the transgender community

Protecting Latino Seniors Under the Umbrella of Law and Rights in Ontario

  • Project partners: Hispanic Development Council, Unison Community Legal Clinic, Association of Spanish Speaking Seniors of the Greater Toronto Area
  • Project status: completed (2013 - 2016)
  • The project trained community and social workers and Latino community leaders on legal issues and entitlements for seniors in personal care and power of attorney, social assistance, and citizenship
  • Ten training modules offered in face-to-face workshops focusing on various aspects of the law as it affects seniors

Trans Youth and the Law

  • Project Partners: The Gilbert Centre for Social and Support Services, Justice for Children and Youth, and Catholic Family Services of Simcoe County
  • Project status: completed (2016 - 2018)
  • The project trained service providers and school board staff on human rights and legal issues affecting transgender and gender variant school aged children, youth, and their families.
  • The project provides face to face training workshops that will follow a co-facilitation model and principles of adult education. Case studies based on lived experiences of transgender and gender-variant youth were also used.

Trans Youth and the Law 2019

  • Project Partners: The Gilbert Centre for Social and Support Services, Justice for Children and Youth
  • Project status: ongoing (started in 2019)
  • Training service providers and school board staff on human rights and legal issues as they affect transgender and gender-variant school aged children, youth, and their families.

You’re Right! It’s the Law!

  • Project partners: Justice for Children and Youth, Thunder Bay Multicultural Council, Urban Aboriginal Strategy, Thunder Bay Friendship Centre, Human Rights Legal Support Centre
  • Project status: completed (2012 - 2014)
  • Youth criminal justice law and education law in the Thunder Bay area
  • Involvement of youth workers themselves in all areas of the project
  • Use of art as a medium and social networking in face-to-face training workshops as well as web-based training