The Engaged Parent: Navigating the School System for Black Student Success
- The engaged parent – JK-K
- The engaged parent – Grades 1-2
- The engaged parent – Grade 3
- The engaged parent – Grades 4-5
- The engaged parent – Grades 6-8
- The engaged parent – Grade 9
- The engaged parent – Grades 10-11
- The engaged parent – Grade 12
Colour of Poverty – Colour of Change (COP-COC) is a network across Ontario working to build concrete strategies, tools, initiatives and community-based capacity through which individuals, groups and organisations ( especially those reflective of the affected racialized communities – both Indigenous Peoples and peoples of colour ) can begin to develop coherent shared action plans, including creating effective coordinated strategies for collaborating with mainstream policy analysts and institutions, anti-poverty and social justice advocacy groups, governments, funders and the media so as to best work together to address and redress this disturbing and growing structural or systemic ethno-racial inequality.
Legal Aid Ontario provides legal services for financially eligible, low-income Ontarians in the following areas: domestic violence, family law, immigration and refugee law, criminal law, and poverty law. Services are also available in French.
Legal Aid Ontario is the primary funder of 74 community legal clinics, which can help with legal matters affecting low income individuals such as social assistance or housing. Available services vary according to each clinic’s resources.
Human Rights in Ontario
The Human Rights system in Ontario is made up of three separate agencies.
- The Human Rights Legal Support Centre
- The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario
- The Ontario Human Rights Commission
Law School Legal Clinics across Ontario
- Lakehead University Faculty of Law
- Queen’s University Faculty of Law
- University of Ottawa Faculty of Law
- University of Windsor Faculty of Law
- University of Toronto Faculty of Law
- Western University Faculty of Law
- York University Osgoode Hall Law School
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