Workshops

As part of this project, CCIJ is organizing legal education workshops with affected communities across Canada to improve access to justice in cases involving international crimes.

To stay up to date on our upcoming workshops, consult this page regularly or subscribe to our mailing list at the end of this page.

If you are a community organizer and you believe that your community could benefit from one of these workshops, please contact us.

Upcoming Legal Education Workshops

There are no upcoming events at this time.

Previous Legal Education Workshops

Access to Justice for Survivors of Atrocity Crimes

This free workshop provides an overview of the different domestic and international mechanisms that may be available to pursue justice in cases of international crimes.

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Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario Canada + Google Map

Access to Justice for Survivors of Atrocity Crimes

This free workshop provides an overview of the different domestic and international mechanisms that may be available to pursue justice in cases of international crimes.

Find out more »
Toronto, Toronto, Ontario Canada + Google Map

Access to Justice for Survivors of Torture

This free workshop provides an overview of the different domestic and international mechanisms that may be available to pursue justice in cases of torture.

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Vancouver, Vancouver, British Columbia Canada + Google Map

Access to Justice for Survivors of Atrocity Crimes

This free workshop provides an overview of the different domestic and international mechanisms that may be available to pursue justice in cases of international crimes.

Find out more »
Edmonton, Edmonton, Alberta Canada + Google Map

Access to Justice for Survivors of Atrocity Crimes

This free workshop provides an overview of the different domestic and international mechanisms that may be available to pursue justice in cases of international crimes.

Find out more »
Calgary, Calgary, Alberta Canada + Google Map

Read what people have to say about our workshops:

“Seeking justice is not easy, but the Canadian Centre for International Justice listened to me and offered solutions. These workshops provide valuable tools to enable individuals to seek justice.”

Somaieh Al KareemSurvivor of Torture

“The CCIJ workshop is so helpful in raising awareness for victims who landed to Canada from across the world. It teaches that it is never too late to bring criminals to justice.”

Alem HailuSettlement Practitioner at EISA - Newcomers Community Integration Project

“It was an extremely relevant presentation for anyone working with asylum seekers and refugees. The workshop offered a good overview of the justice avenues and the various ways for survivors to make their voice heard both in Canada and internationally.”

Julie BeauchampImmigration & Refugee Lawyer