There are three legal clinics funded by Legal Aid Ontario that addressed the needs of workers. There is a need to better understand the work of the legal clinics and the needs of the populations they serve in order to guide their ongoing work. The objective of this project is to co-design a framework of collaboration, partnership and coordination to guide the work of the three legal clinics to ensure access to justice for disadvantaged workers. Interns will be involved in reviewing the literature, consulting with staff, clients and other stakeholders, and engaging in a co-design process. The findings will identify the needs of workers in Ontario, and highlight how the clinics can work together to ensure access to justice for disadvantaged workers.
Nazlim Bilgi;Jesse Anne Sonoda
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