Book a free legal education workshop
BearPaw Legal Education provides free workshops across Alberta on various legal subjects. Each workshop engages with Indigenous and Canadian legal perspectives on the relevant topic to outline individual rights and responsibilities. This service helps people to navigate legal situations.
For more information or to book a workshop:
Nadine Callihoo-Hansen, Workshop Facilitator
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Helping Others Report Sexual Assault
Learn the reporting process for victims of sexual assault, available resources, and tips.Book Workshop
Deferred Payments and PayDay Loans
Need to know about the hidden costs of payday loans and deferred payment loans? This workshop is for you.Book Workshop
Finding Your Biological Family
What legal processes may be involved in reunification with your biological family? This workshop will explain legislation to assist adopted people to find their biological families, and legislation that may cause roadblocks. We will also explore resources available to assist in the search. Feature the BearPaw Legal Education Print Publication: Finding Your Biological Family.
Elder Abuse in Aboriginal Communities
What is elder abuse? This workshop addresses the issue in Indigenous communities and explores Indigenous and Canadian interventions and healing approaches.
Children Going To Court
Learn about the court process when children are witnesses, defendants, or victims in court. This workshop targets audiences over the age of 12, or anyone involved in, or at risk of becoming involved in, the criminal and family justice system as offenders, victims or witnesses. Accompanied by “Radiant Goes To Court” video and colouring book.
To see all of our workshops go to the Resources page
We have over 20 legal education workshops to share. On the Resources page you can sort workshops by the following categories: