Upcoming events and workshops on legal topics
December 15: Register now for CLEONet's Residential Tenancies Act webinar
December 15, 2010 - This webinar gives service providers an overview of Ontario's Residential Tenancies Act.
November 25: Press conference on CBSA directive and women surviving violence
November 25, 2010 - This press conference will discuss a new Canada Border Services Agency directive prohibiting CBSA officers from entering or waiting outside of places where women surviving violence seek services and support.
November 30: Workers' Centres: Agricultural, Migrant and Undocumented Workers
November 30, 2010 - Guest speakers on the topic of "Workers' Centres: Agricultural, Migrant and Undocumented Workers: The Way Forward' are featured at this fundraising dinner.
December 1: Release of report on secondary education and low-income students
December 1, 2010 - May Wong, Executive Director of The Omega Foundation and designer of the SmartSAVER project, will release a new report that explores the opportunity to improve low-income students' participation in post-secondary education through better use of education savings.
February 23 & 24: National PLEI Conference
February 23, 2011 to February 24, 2011 - The conference is aimed at those who provide and support public legal education and information (PLEI) and want to improve how the Internet and emerging technologies can be used to deliver PLEI.
November 24: Temporary Visas, Permanent Precariousness?
November 24, 2010 - Subtitled "Examining the Policies, Practices and Realities of Temporary Migration to Canada's 'Low-Skilled' Jobs," this workshop looks at Canada's Temporary Foreign Worker Program.
December 13: Registration now available for ARCH's 30th Anniversary Symposium
December 13, 2010 - Registration is now available for ARCH's 30th Anniversary Symposium, Human Rights for People with Disabilities: Today and Tomorrow.
December 1: Criminals and Victims? Race, Law and HIV Exposure in Ontario
December 1, 2010 - The African and Caribbean Council on HIV/AIDS in Ontario (ACCHO) is holding a symposium, Criminals and Victims? Race, Law and HIV Exposure in Ontario, to launch their paper on the impact of the criminalization of HIV non-disclosure on African, Caribbean and Black communities.
December 13: ARCH's 30th Anniversary Symposium
December 13, 2010 - ARCH celebrates 30 years of service to people with disabilities by reflecting on further action needed to advance the rights of our community by employing the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, reducing poverty, ensuring the right to make one's own decisions, and ensuring full inclusion in the democratic process.
November 10: Refugees and Human Smuggling: Bill C-49 Forum
November 10, 2010 - Panelists will discuss the impacts of Bill C-49 on refugee claimants and reflect on Canada's international obligations towards refugees, past, present and future.
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