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Apps for Justice Challenge

Addressing the access to justice gap: an apps design challenge (aka OJEN’s Apps for Justice Challenge) is a collaboration between OJEN and the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law. It uses educational materials developed by OJEN staff and University of Ottawa law school students, and incorporates content from the Access to Justice Legal Apps Challenge Modules, a University of Ottawa “mini course” developed with financial support from the Government of Ontario’s Early Researcher Awards Program.

OJEN’s Apps for Justice Challenge is a four, five or six-session in-class program for Ontario high school students. Each session lasts approximately one hour, although we have suggested ideas for extension activities if you have more time.

Please note: We will be piloting the program in 2023 with a small group of Ontario high school teachers and classrooms. Please stay tuned to learn more about this program and when we plan to offer it again as a province-wide program!

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