PART TWO-MAKING SENSE OF THE LAW: Exploring Access To Justice
The law affects nearly every aspect of our lives every day, whether we are native-born, naturalized, an immigrant, or newcomer to Canada. Laws also balance individual rights with our obligations as members of society. The Canadian Justice System is such a broad subject, we’re offering a two-part community conversation event on this one important topic, which impacts all citizens and landed immigrants!
Part 2: Monday, December 5, 2016; 6:30-9:00pm
Exploring Access To Justice: [Criminal Law Enforcement; Youth & The Law; Civil Litigation]
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COME EARLY ~ DOORS OPEN: 5:45pm! There will be Information Table Displays to check out and representatives to chat with from select local legal service, support & resource community organizations.
YOU DON’T HAVE TO LIVE IN THE NORTHEAST TO BE ABLE TO ATTEND! Newcomers to Canada and new Canadian citizens as especially invited to attend and participate and you’re your perceptions/experiences with Canadian law.
FREE ADMISSION & PARKING ~ WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE ~ ALL WELCOME!!
Thank you for your support: City of London, London & Middlesex Local Immigration Partnership; John Howard Society; Urban League of London.