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NAVIGATING POLICE ENCOUNTERS TRAINING – Front Line Workers

The Ontario Justice Education Network (OJEN) is offering youth workers, youth leaders and frontline service providers in Ottawa a FREE professional development opportunity that builds knowledge and understanding of the law governing rights and responsibilities during encounters with police.  Date: Nov 18, 2021 Time: 10:30 am – NOON Format: Webinar  Topics to be covered include: […]

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NAVIGATING POLICE ENCOUNTERS TRAINING – Justice sector professionals

OJEN is offering an online training session for justice sector professionals in Ottawa on how to facilitate OJEN’s Navigating Police Encounters program.   Navigating Police Encounters is a two-session interactive justice education program that offers youth and young adults (ages 14-26) the opportunity to build their knowledge and understanding of the law governing rights and responsibilities […]

Calling all legal professionals: design and deliver better legal workshops!

This year, Access to Justice Week (A2J Week) takes place from October 25th to 29th, and brings together a range of justice sector stakeholders to develop meaningful, public-centred solutions that advance systemic change in the justice system. OJEN is pleased to support A2J Week with activities for students, teachers, community workers, and legal professionals. For […]

Défi de la Charte: registration is open!

I am very pleased to announce to secondary school teachers that they can now register their classes for the second edition of Défi de la Charte, the Francophone Charter Challenge. This new Défi promises to be exciting! It will be about a police operation carried out on suspicion of drug trafficking. Police detained the suspects’ […]

Tate’s Tableaux – Annual OJEN Fundraiser Goes Online

Each October, the Herbert family in Barrie, Ontario hosts a benefit show and donates the proceeds to OJEN. Tate’s Tableaux honours the life of their son, Tate, who died of cancer in 2013 while studying Law and Society at Sir Wilfrid Laurier University.  Donations to Tate’s Tableaux support OJEN’s programs for young people who, like […]

Book a Steps to Justice Workshop Facilitator for Your Law Class

New for fall 2021, teachers can request specially-trained legal volunteers join their classes to run any of OJEN’s Steps to Justice workshops! Designed to be delivered in 60-75 minutes, these workshops introduce students to Community Legal Education Ontario’s (CLEO) Steps to Justice website, a legally-accurate and up-to-date resource for finding answers and support for the […]

Introduce Your Students to 10 Areas of Law with Steps to Justice Modules

OJEN has developed a series of 10 classroom workshops that introduce students to 10 common areas of law.  Using hypothetical scenarios as a starting point, students explore a range of legal issues using the Steps to Justice website, developed by Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO). This online resource gives practical step-by-step information about navigating legal […]

Access to Justice Week 2021

Access to Justice Week is an annual initiative of The Action Group on Access to Justice (TAG) supported by the Law Society of Ontario and The Law Foundation of Ontario. This year it takes place on the week of October 25th to 29th. The events of the week bring together stakeholders from the justice community […]

2021 Bursaries for Students Beginning Studies Toward Justice Sector Careers

Twenty two students from throughout the province are beginning their post-secondary studies this fall with a bursary from the Association of Justices of the Peace of Ontario (AJPO), the Association of Ontario Judges (AOJ) or the Ontario Superior Court Judges’ Association (OSCJA). Students entering an Ontario university or community college program leading to a wide […]

OJEN Fall Provincial Programs

Registration is now open to teachers for 2 of OJEN’s province-wide classroom programs. Fall 2021 Charter Challenge – Twice a year, OJEN releases a mock judicial decision in which complex Charter issues are raised on appeal. Students all over Ontario form teams to research and write a factum in favour of either the appellant or […]

Algoma Committee Report: Virtual Courthouse Tour 2020-021

Our Algoma OJEN Committee is comprised of different individuals coming from all areas of the justice system.  Judges, Justices of the Peace (both presiding and retired), school board representatives, Managers of Court Operations, Supervisors of Court Operations, Mediators, and Court Services staff work together on the committee.  Each member brings something unique and diverse to […]

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