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Changing Course – Exploring Rights on Public & Private Property: Police, Landlord, Agents and Beyond @ University of Guelph-Humber

Location: University of Guelph-Humber, 207 Humber College Blvd (Only offered in English) Hosted by the University of Guelph-Humber, the Ontario Justice Education Network (OJEN/ROEJ) is offering an interactive capacity building session that gives Youth Leaders, Youth Workers and front-line practitioners the opportunity to learn about the legal implications of the Trespass to Property Act and […]

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Support OJEN and Flip Your Wig for access to justice!

This February 26, OJEN joins 5 other not-for-profit organizations for Flip Your Wig 2015, an annual fundraiser and a great opportunity to do some justice education about the access to justice crisis in Ontario. In a 3-year period, 12 million Canadians will experience at least 1 legal problem. About half of them will give up […]

Register Now for the Spring 2015 Charter Challenge!

Looking for a culminating activity for your Law 11 or 12 classes? Announcing the Spring 2015 Charter Challenge! Students from anywhere in Ontario can participate in OJEN’s Charter Challenge as an in-class assignment or an extra-curricular option. As Ontario’s only provincial appellate-level mock hearing, the Charter Challenge has students prepare factums in favour of or […]

Flip Your Wig For Justice

JEN/ROEJ has partnered with five other not-for-profit organizations to launch the 2nd annual Flip Your Wig for Justice Campaign.  Together with the Association in the Defence of the Wrongfully Convicted (AIDWYC), Canadian Civil Liberties Association, (CCLA), Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO), METRAC Action on Violence, and Pro Bono Students Canada, (PBSC), we are raising awareness […]

Retiring Court Staff Honoured by Ontario’s Chief Justices

Maurice Anderson, who was employed by the Ministry of the Attorney General at the 361 University Avenue Courthouse for 9 years until his retirement last December, received the Chief Justices’ Award recognizing his exceptional contributions to justice education in the province. In his 9 years there, Mr. Anderson was responsible for coordinating school groups – […]

Gabrielle’s Story – Discovering Strengths I Didn’t Know I Had

Gabrielle is a graduate of two OJEN mock hearing projects delivered in partnership with the Malvern Family Resource Centre.  She bubbles with enthusiasm when she talks about her experience. “Before I did the OJEN programs, I actually didn’t think much about the justice system,” Gabrielle said. “I learned some things in school, but it can […]

Take the Charter Survey

April 13th – 17th is a national celebration commemorating the adoption of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.  OJEN is interested in hearing what young people think about the Charter! We’re inviting Law, Civics, and History teachers to take a few minutes to reflect on the Charter by filling out the OJEN Charter Survey […]

Misinformation and PLE: What to say when someone is wrong about the law

When you start looking at the world through the eyes of a public legal educator, you start to see misinformation and misunderstanding everywhere.  Sometimes you’re out running a PLE program and a participant starts talking about a legal issue where they have the basic facts of the law completely wrong.  Sometimes you’re browsing your Facebook […]

The Way We See It

“A community is like a typewriter when one piece is off or stuck it doesn’t work…”  11 year old Sparroways Community Participant No community is perfect, every community has its assets and its flaws.  There are things that work and things that don’t.    Have you ever looked around your community and thought to yourself, “This […]

The Road to Law School – A Teacher’s Perspective

When Sonia Masih, a secondary school history and geography teacher, was asked to begin teaching the first law class offered at her school, she was somewhat apprehensive.  With no background in law and no colleagues at the school she could turn to for help, she had to start from scratch to devise a teaching strategy.  […]

Finding Inspiration in the Trailblazers Program

When I first heard about the Trailblazers Meeting Women in Law event, I was in grade 12. My initial reaction was, “who is going to wake up at 6 am for this?!” but this event has benefited me more than I could ever imagine. First of all, it gave me the opportunity to connect with […]

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