The Northwestern Ontario Women’s Centre and The Thunder Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre would like to invite you to a free community information session:
In Defence of Self-Defence
Join us for a free community information session to explore the complex legal issues around self–defence. What happens when women who experience violence are (also) charged or criminalized? What should you know about the law as it relates to self-defence? What are the legal implications for women who defend themselves in the context of Gender Based Violence? What can you do if you are charged with assault for defending yourself?
Kate Brindley – lawyer, Atwood Labine LLP
Caycie Soke – lawyer, Kinna-aweya Legal Clinic -president , Elizabeth Fry Society -Thunder Bay
WHERE: Thunder Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre (401 N. Cumberland)
WHEN: Wednesday January 29th 10am-NOON
This session is free and open to all women+ (and the service providers that support them)
Bus tickets and child care re-imbursements available on request. Light snacks and refreshments will be served.
To reserve a seat: tel: (807) 345-7802 / E-mail: GFB@nwowc.org