Adding Formal Public Legal Processes to the Activist's Toolkit

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This workshop will outline different legal processes that are available to the public in Ontario and how they may be a good addition to your advocacy toolkit. Together we will explore and discuss various publicly available legal avenues to advance diverse types of advocacy and activism. We will work to demystify the research and presentation processes involved in making presentations to different levels of government and regulators. This workshop hopes to leave participants with some helpful practical resources to assist with these processes moving forward.

Date: Thursday Nov. 15
Time: 6-9
Location: Toronto: Exact Location TBC
Accessibility: We will gather in a barrier free space. Subway tokens available to attendees by request. Please write to sharmeen@toolsforchange.net if you have specific requirements.

Trainer: Pippa Feinstein is a Toronto-based lawyer and mediator dedicated to promoting social and environmental justice and helping to build more compassionate communities. Through her practice, she works in an interdisciplinary way to collaborate with, and respond to the needs of, diverse grassroots and not-for-profit organizations.

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