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New research explores the role of community workers who help people with legal problems

News from the Law Foundation of Ontario: Ontarians are being connected to legal information and help through settlement workers, parks and recreation staff, counsellors, nurses, and librarians. What these people have in common is...

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PLE Learning Exchange's top tip for this week: Does your information have a date?

From PLE Learning Exchange's Guidelines for Better Legal Information: Users need to know the date the information was last reviewed by a qualified legal expert ("legal currency date") to help them assess whether...

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May 22 & 23: Racial Justice Forum: Lead the Change

Information from Colour of Poverty - Colour of Change: For the past ten years Colour of Poverty - Colour of Change has been engaged in a broad range of racial justice change-making education and advocacy efforts and activities around...

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June 13: PLE Community of Practice conference call

Please join the PLE Community of Practice at noon on June 13, to hear from the ...

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May 11: Information and Privacy Commissioner special event, Hamilton

From an Information and Privacy Commissioner announcement: The Information and Privacy Commissioner (IPC) will host a special event in Hamilton on Friday, May 11, 2018, as part of the IPC's Reaching Out to Ontario program....

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May 4: New research: Many Ontario schools failing students who have an intellectual disability

A media advisory from ARCH Disability Law Centre: Many students who have an intellectual disability continue to face academic and social barriers in Ontario's public school system, as well as instances of exclusion, conflicts with...

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Guidelines for Better Legal Information

The PLE Learning Exchange Ontario presents guidelines that offer practical tips for creating and maintaining high-quality legal information in print or on the web. You can use them when you start to plan or develop legal information, or when...

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May 4: REGISTER now for the LIEN annual conference!

Information from Low-Income Energy Network (LIEN): Did you know that ACTO, CELA and ISAC were instrumental in founding the Low-Income Energy Network (LIEN) in 2004? With financial support first from the Ontario Trillium...

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Youth-Police Dialogues: A chat with Ontario Justice Education Network

From a PLE Learning Exchange Ontario blogpost: Guest author Michelle Thompson joins us today to share an interview she conducted about an innovative project that brings police and marginalized youth together.

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Draw The Line

"Draw The Line" is an interactive campaign that aims to engage Ontarians in a dialogue about sexual violence. The campaign challenges common myths about sexual violence and equips bystanders with information on how to intervene safely and effectively...

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