On January 19, OJEN teamed up with the Rulebreakers Retreat, hosted by Victoria Village Action for Neighbourhood Change and SafetyNet, to deliver a workshop on advocacy skills from youth from Flemingdon Park and Parma Court in Toronto. Listen below to what two of the participants had to say about stereotypes and the media. (Then check […]Read more
Filmed and edited during my teachers’ college internship at the Ontario Justice Education Network (OJEN), this promo video captures the spring Charter Challenge held at the Ontario Court of Appeal. Special thanks to all the participants who agreed to be filmed, and to my colleagues who helped me with their valuable editing advice.
In 2013-2014, OJEN has partnered with IMPACT ‘N Communities’ Youth Violence Intervention Ambassadors program to deliver justice education and advocacy training to young people living in East Scarborough. On December 6, Enisoné Kadiri sat down with a frontline Youth Worker who partnered with IMPACT to find out what needs to happen to improve the relationship between youth […]
Over the summer, OJEN collaborated with Turning Point Youth Services to deliver a justice education program to youth in a Toronto open custody facility. We worked through 3 sessions from our Policing & Society resource, covering topics like Police Discretion and Your Rights When Talking to the Police. Afterwards, we caught up with some of […]
Bursaries are available to grade 12 students in Ontario, pursuing post-secondary studies related to the many careers in the justice system. Bursaries are offered in each judicial region by both the Association of Justices of the Peace and the Ontario Courts of Justice. As a result 14 bursaries are available annually to Ontario students. Follow […]