What do we know about what the search for “justice” looks like on the ground, for those who are at risk of losing their jobs, their homes, or the security of a living income? How do these insecurities – often overlapping and compounding – affect people’s lives? What needs to happen – practically, on the ground – to improve their ability to access “meaningful justice”?
This webinar featured community workers from across the province who provide assistance in a variety of community-based not-for-profit settings. They shared their perspectives on their worlds. Panelists gave their frank and constructive views on what it will take to make meaningful access to justice more of a reality.
The moderator for this session was:
- Jenn McIntyre, Director Romero House - https://www.romerohouse.org/
Panelists for this session were:
- Elene Lam, Butterfly - Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Support Network - https://www.butterflysw.org/
- Mélodie Bérubé - Sudbury Workers Education and Advocacy Centre - https://sudburyworkerscentre.ca/
- Ghina Koussa - Ottawa Community Immigrant Services Organization - https://ociso.org/
- Kimbra Iket – Jane/Finch Centre - https://www.janefinchcentre.org/