The Justice Education Society creates innovative programs and resources that improve access to British Columbia’s justice system. To date, the Society has produced over 50 legal publications, 28 websites, more than 200 instructional videos, and has introduced over one million British Columbians to their province’s justice system.
The Society’s programs and resources serve the general public, teachers, youth, persons with disabilities, Aboriginals and immigrants in British Columbia and throughout Canada. These services help individuals better understand how our justice system works and how to resolve their legal matters. In addition, the Society’s International Program manages many projects worldwide that strengthen countries’ justice systems.
The Justice Education Society is a non-profit organization that was established in 1989 as the Law Courts Education Society. Most programs and resources are available free of charge and can be accessed at www.JusticeEducation.ca.
The Justice Education Socety's Annual Report provides an overview of the Society's activities for each fiscal year. Please click on the link to access our annual report in a PDF format. You will need Adobe Reader to view the PDF files.
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