How can justice system workers and librarians increase access to legal information and quality referrals to accessible clinics across Ontario? This cluster is co-organized with the Community Advocacy & Legal Centre, CLEO – Community Legal Education Ontario and Boldness Project Rural and Remote Access to Justice.
Latest News From This Cluster
- TAG’s Work With Librarians Nominated For Two American Bar Association Awards!
TAG’s work with librarians nominated for two American Bar Association Awards
- Librarians and Access to Justice in Ontario
We surveyed librarians across the province to learn more about their day to day reality as access to justice agents. With support from the Southern Ontario Library Service (SOLS), we learned that patrons most often have problems with accessing government benefits, housing, separation or divorce, employment and wills.
- Data, Intermediaries and Access to Justice
Check out TAG Manager Sabreena Delhon’s post in Slaw that presents early findings from our survey of Ontario public librarians.
- Next Steps in Rural and Remote Libraries Cluster
Last fall TAG along with CLEO, Community Advocacy & Legal Centre and the Boldness Project organized a day of discussion for rural and remote based librarians and legal professionals (watch the video here and read a recap here).
- Libraries and Justice Event Featured on the PLE Learning Exchange Blog
On October 29th The Action Group on Access to Justice (TAG), Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO), the Community Advocacy & Legal Centre (CALC) and the Boldness Project Rural and Remote Access to Justice hosted Libraries and Justice: Innovative Access for Rural and Remote Communities.
Libraries & Justice Event Photos, October 2015
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