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Braiding Diversity into Justice

The goal of the “Braiding Diversity into Justice” event is to connect young women, who are marginalized and/or racialized, with members of the legal sector in order to motivate and empower them. We hope to inspire these young women of diverse backgrounds, and to help them feel confident in their ability to become successful legal/justice sector professionals.

On November 2018, OJEN ran a full-day event that introduced young women, ages 16 to 20 in Waterloo Region to women working in law.

Braiding Diversity into Justice 2019 will tale place on Tuesday, November 5, 2019 at at the Waterloo Region Courthouse, 85 Frederick Street, Kitchener, ON

Media: 

 
CBC: “Waterloo region youth ready to take on law after diversity event.”

CBC: “40 girls, youth to visit Kitchener courthouse, learn about careers in law.”

SNAP’d: “Braiding Diversity Into Justice.”
 

2019 Registration

 
Schools in the Waterloo Region area will be able to register up to 4 students.  

Registration will open: Tuesday, October 1, 2019 at 3:00pm.  

Deadline to send application in: Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 5:00pm.  

*Please note that Braiding Diversity into Justice registration will take place from 8:15am-8:45am at the Waterloo Region Courthouse and the program will run from 8:45am-3:30pm.  

Teachers will need to submit a completed permission form (available below) at the time of registration.  

Program Agenda: To be uploaded, please check back in early October for a finalized Program Agenda.    

Permission Pages 2019

Tips, Tricks and Checklist for Future Attendees

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