We’d like to extend an invitation for you to sign up for the following webinars for front-line workers, public librarians and advocates. Despite the short notice, I hope some of you can make it!
Human Rights 201 for Front Line Workers and Advocates (October 24, 12:00-1:30pm)
- This 1.5-hour webinar is an introductory level course on human rights law in BC and a follow up to the Human Rights 101 course offered earlier this year. This course will expand on the topics covered in Human Rights 101 and delve deeper into the topic of the duty to accommodate in human rights law. To access a recording of Human Rights 101 please visit our webinar archive.
- Our presenter, Laura Track is a lawyer and the Director of Education for the Human Rights Clinic at the Community Legal Assistance Society.
Civil Resolution Tribunal: New Areas of Jurisdiction (October 30, 12:30-1:30pm)
- This 1-hour webinar will highlight some of the areas of jurisdiction that will come under the Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT) starting next year, including some motor vehicle personal injury disputes, and provide you with an inside look at the CRT and Solution Explorer. Our presenter Shannon Salter is the Chair of the CRT.
- This webinar is suitable for advocates and front-line workers who may be assisting clients in navigating the CRT or the Solution Explorer.
Click the button below to learn more and register for this and other Courthouse Libraries BC webinars:
Our webinars are free and are delivered online.