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OJEN NEWS

Kim Wilson Receives 2021 Hux-Kiteley Exemplary Justice Educator Award

On Thursday, August 26th, Mr. Allan Hux, Madam Justice Fran Kiteley, the Board of Directors and staff of OJEN will join friends and colleagues of Kim Wilson to recognize her outstanding contributions to justice education in Ontario. Ms Wilson recently retired from Abbey Park High School in Oakville after a 30 year teaching career. Kim […]

OJEN Justice Education Fellows

Please join us in welcoming OJEN’s 2021-22 cohort of Justice Education Fellows! These Fellowships are year-long placement for law students, with one position available at each of Ontario’s law schools.  Before the start of the academic year, Fellows go through intensive training from OJEN staff that introduces them to our justice education philosophy, project models […]

FROM THE OJEN BLOG

Durham Law Day 2021

The Durham Public Legal Education Committee (PLEC) held its annual Law Day event for grade 5 students on Thursday May 6th by Zoom. Always a popular event with local schools, this year’s virtual program was no exception. In fact, this years’ event was such a success that the committee is planning to expand the program […]

Having Meaningful Conversations Online: a reflection on OJEN’s Youth-Police Dialogues program in the time of COVID

By Zoë Paddock Zoë joins OJEN this summer as a Social Justice Fellow from the University of Windsor Faculty of Law I don’t know if starting a new virtual job will ever feel entirely normal. You miss out on the office tour, the lunchtime conversation, and a lot of those casual opportunities to make connections […]

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