What: The 12th Annual National Sisters in Spirit Vigil When: Wednesdsay, October 4, 2017 from 6-7:30pm Where: Dieppe Gardens (end of Ouellette Avenue, along Riverside Drive, Windsor) As the federal government launched the Inquiry of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women on September 1, 2016, the numbers continue to increase. The proportion of homicides in which aboriginal… Continue reading
Legal Assistance of Windsor has received provincial support to enhance our specialized services for human trafficking survivors. You can read more about the funding here. For more information on the work Legal Assistance of Windsor does in providing direct services to survivors of human trafficking, please visit us here.
We are proud to congratulate Katie Baltzer, Indigenous Justice Coordinator at LAW, as she receives the J.S. Woodsworth Youth Leadership Award. This award recognizes individuals and organizations which demonstrate significant contributions toward the goal of eliminating racial discrimination in Ontario. Congratulations Katie!
Legal Health Check-Up
Many people do not think of their everyday problems as being “legal problems” and do not know that they can get help. People living in poverty are more likely to report multiple problems such as bad health, unemployment, low income, poor housing and family breakdown. If you do not have enough money to live on,… Continue reading