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Thursday, 09 April 2015 09:28

ICJ Canada renewal

The first part of 2015 has been a busy and exciting time for ICJ Canada. We are engaged in a process of renewal that has involved some significant changes.

We’ve moved!

Our new office is now housed on the University of Ottawa campus, in the Human Rights Research and Education Centre. This new location is ideal, as it will allow us to take advantage of the resources available in a university setting, and to strengthen partnerships with students and professors at the University of Ottawa Faculty Of Law. This location fits nicely with our intention is to grow a network of student groups across Canada; and to foster a commitment to our core values among young jurists (as well as the legal profession and Canadian society more broadly).
Our new office address and contact information is:

ICJ Canada
University of Ottawa
Suite 554 - 57 Louis Pasteur
Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5
Tel : 613-562-5199
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New members of our team

We have welcomed a new Executive Director to our team: Janine Lespérance. She is a lawyer with a firm commitment to promoting human rights, and shares with the Board of Directors the strong will to advance the work and deepen the impact of ICJ Canada in innovative ways.

We also have several new Board members on our roster, and invite you to view the full list.

Please feel free to get in touch with Janine our any one of our directors to find out how you can be involved in ICJ Canada’s work.

New focus areas

We have chosen to focus our current activities on four substantive theme areas that are galvanizing national and international attention: judicial appointments, business and access to justice, national security and civil liberties, and rule of law in the post-2015 international development agenda. Please visit our issues page to find out more.

To continue with these and other initiatives, we rely on the support of engaged members and donors who share our belief that our country needs a strong legal organization like ICJ Canada; one that aims to ensure that Canadian laws reflect international norms and standards, and which is part of a global network of jurists working to promote the rule of law, human rights, and the independence of the judiciary. Join us or donate today!

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