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Justice Education Society of BC

The Justice Education Society is committed to improving the legal capability of British Columbians. We provide free legal help services every weekday. We also provide more legal education videos than any other BC PLEI organization. Each year, our programs and resources help more than 700,000 people.

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Your Human Rights in BC Videos

This series of five videos – available in English, Mandarin and Punjabi - teaches immigrants about human rights in BC and Canada. In the videos, workshop participants get answers to their questions about discrimination ...
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Separated with Children - Dealing with the Finances: Facilitator's Guide

The Finances After Separation workshop provides information and strategies about the financial aspects of separation and its impact on parents and their children. This facilitator's guide includes all the materials ...
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Courtlink: Youth Program

The Courtlink Program has three focuses: auto crime prevention, youth-at-risk, and Aboriginal youth-at-risk. Topics discussed include racism, attitudes toward the police and justice system, auto crime prevention and ...
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BC Justice System Wall Charts

These large, best-selling wall charts present easy-to-follow illustrations of the structure and procedures of BC courts and our justice system. Series A has 4 introductory charts. Series B has 6 advanced charts. The ...
Also available in: French
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TV on Trial

This video examines whether cameras should be allowed in Canadian courtrooms. Produced in partnership with CBC News, two BC lawyers make the case for each side, cross-examining high profile "witnesses" and arguing their ...
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New Directions in Youth Justice

This publication teaches students the principles of the Youth Criminal Justice Act. The program includes a teacher's guide and features four modules: Law 12, Social Studies 11, Alternate/Youth-at-Risk and Adult ESL. ...
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Choices and Consequences

This is an intensive program for youth, ages 11-14, who are facing school suspension for making poor choices. This program is designed for students who are ready to take responsibility for their behaviour, and to ...
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Court Forms Video Tutorial

This video demonstrates how to use the Small Claims Court filing assistant.
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Peer Resolution Conferences for Youth

A Peer Resolution Conference for Youth is a unique peer justice process. Using Aboriginal restorative justice practices and principles, a Peer Resolution Conference offers an alternative to certain school discipline ...
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Youth and Gangs Factsheet

This factsheet provides overview information about gangs in British Columbia. It describes who joins gangs, lies gangs tell, how to avoid getting involved and tips for parents. The fact sheet is available in English, ...
Also available in: Chinese (simplified), Punjabi, Spanish, Vietnamese
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