This workshop will be offered in different locations in the city of Toronto. Details to be announced.
The Ontario Justice Education Network (OJEN-ROEJ) in collaboration with the Community Crisis Response Program (CCRP) is pleased to offer Know Where We Stand 2.0, a free workshop and key element of OJEN’s Legal Layers project. Legal Layers is a crisis response initiative which stems from OJEN’s Changing Course program focused on education and awareness about agent of the landlord agreements (AOL) between property owners and law enforcement in Toronto.
This free professional development workshop offers youth workers, frontline service providers and those who support youth residents an opportunity to meet and connect with legal professionals, safety advisors, police officers and community advocates, to broaden their knowledge about the legal layers that arise from AOL agreements.
Key features of this workshop include scenario based activities, information sharing and break out sessions that explore the following:
- Agent of Landlord agreements
- Dealing with a trespass offence
- Anti-social behaviour and evictions
- Legal Impact of filming on private property.
- Street checks
- Navigating community supports and more!
- Lawyers, crisis response advocates, community safety advisors, legal clinic reps and/or police officers will be available.
This event in generourly supported by:
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
The Civic Centre is located on Borough Drive. The closest major intersection is McCowan Road and Ellesmere Road.
Public Transit: Brimley Road and McCowan Road buses stop at Scarborough Town Centre. Ellesmere Road bus stops at Borough Approach East. Subway Line #2, Bloor/Danforth Line to Kennedy then Line #3, Scarborough Line, to Scarborough Town Centre.
Parking: Metered street parking on Borough Drive and adjacent to the library at 158 Borough Drive.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact email@example.com or by phone at 416-761-9963 Ext: 285
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Ontario Justice Education Network (OJEN)
Established in 2002, OJEN is a non-profit organization that promotes public understanding, of the justice system. Over 200,000 youth, province-wide, are impacted by its justice education programs and resources annually. OJEN supports teachers by developing law-related curriculum-linked resources for a variety of elementary and high-school courses and provides them free for download from its website in English and French. It also develops school-based programs for students and professional development opportunities for teachers. OJEN partners with community organizations to deliver tailored justice education programs for youth outside the traditional school system and facilitates dialogue between youth and justice sector professionals. For more information visit, www.ojen.ca.