Oct. 14, 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. EDT
This discussion focuses on better understanding the youth justice system and community well-being. Starting with the relationship between colonialism and racism on the youth justice system in Ontario, the discussion explores the impacts on Indigenous, Black and Equity-Deserving Communities in Toronto. Whether it's about violence prevention, policing, courts, government-run or community-led safety programs, we ask what needs to be put in place for stronger, safer and more just communities for Toronto's youth. Click here to register.
Miriam Henry, Assistant Crown Attorney, Crown Lead, Toronto Northwest Justice Center, Ministry of Attorney General.
Joanna Duarte Laudon, Policy Development Officer, Social Development, Finance and Administration, City of Toronto.
Olusola Olumogba, Founder & Executive Director, Direct Your Life / Critical Period Interventionist.
Rawle Elliott, Faculty at Centennial College – Indigenous Studies, former community board member at the Afro-Canadian Legal Clinic and Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth.
Clara Ganemtoré, Policy Development Officer, Social Development, Finance and Administration, City of Toronto.
Laura Arndt, Chief Operating Officer at the Survivors’ Secretariat, Six Nations of the Grand River, former Chair of Indigenous and Access Program Innovation at Centennial College.