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Connector Co-Working Space @ Victoria Park Hub - Open House

Flyer for the open house is attached

 

Neda Farahmandpour

Manager of Social Enterprise and Partnerships

Working Women Community Centre

1527 Victoria Park Ave

Toronto, ON, M1L 2T3

Email: nedaf@workingwomencc.org

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trans and nonbinary youth inclusivity in sexual health – guidelines

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Planned Parenthood Toronto

The results of an exciting research project from PPT are finally here.

We partnered with a group of trans and nonbinary youth to develop some guidelines for service providers and educators to help them better serve trans and nonbinary youth.

For more info: http://ppt.on.ca.previewmysite.com/ppt/resources/research-and-consultati...

May 18: Helping your clients find good legal information - Scarborough workshop

A workshop presented by CLEO: Your clients trust you to help them with problems. But how can you help when they face a legal issue?

 

This free 3-hour workshop will:

• help you decide if there is a legal issue involved in your client's problem

• direct you to dependable sources of legal information

• help you assess the reliability of legal information

• explain the difference between legal information and legal advice

• tell you where to find legal advice and representation

 

Becoming A Board Member

Date(s): 
Wed, 05/11/2016 - 18:30

Curious about how people become board members?

Want to know what's involved in sitting on a non-profit's board?

 

Sign Up! A 3-Part Evaluation Webinar Series

Introducing: A Three-Part Webinar Series
YouthREX's Approach to Evaluating and Measuring Youth Wellbeing

 

CLEO Workshop: Helping Clients Find Good Legal Information

May 18: A workshop presented by CLEO

CLEO (Community Legal Education Ontario/Éducation juridique communautaire Ontario)

 

Information from CLEO: Your clients trust you to help them with problems. But how can you help when they face a legal issue?

This free 3-hour workshop will:

• help you decide if there is a legal issue involved in your client's problem

• direct you to dependable sources of legal information

"Katelynn's Principle" has far-reaching potential for transformational change

"Katelynn's Principle" would place children at the centre of the child welfare and youth justice system

The jury at Katelynn Sampson's inquest has delivered their verdict and made 173 recommendations that potentially strengthen the way in which we offer protection to all children in this province.

The Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth will strive to ensure that parties who have recommendations before them consider them carefully. 

What's next for accessibility?

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Ontario Nonprofit Network (ONN)

EnAbling Nonprofits Ontario is wrapping up!
And we've created a handy infographic for your nonprofit. 

 

May 31 - Serving people who are non-insured: practical tips & policy change

Please save the date!

Centre Talks presents:

Serving people who are non-insured: practical tips & policy change. Session 1 – Working with community health centres. Subsequent sessions will explore working with other types of providers.

 

When: Tuesday, May 31st from 12:00 – 1:30 pm

Where: 209 Victoria Street, room 240

 

Webinar Wednesdays: Toward Decent Work for the Nonprofit Sector

Date(s): 
Wed, 05/04/2016 - 12:00

 

Wondering about decent work? Join us on May 4th! 

Webinar Wednesdays: Toward Decent Work for the Nonprofit Sector

Date: Wednesday, May 4th 2016

Time: 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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