The Provincial Human Services and Justice Coordinating Committee (HSJCC) is seeking abstracts for presentation at the 2021 virtual conference Community Justice: Transforming Practices in a New World, taking place on Nov. 16-17.
The conference planning committee is seeking abstracts from individuals or agencies across Ontario who can contribute solution-focused knowledge, expertise, innovation and best practices that can enhance, complement or expand services and systems currently in place. The conference program will reflect a broad range of themes while showcasing work being done within the human service and justice sectors.
Find more information on conference streams and submit an abstract here. Abstracts are due by May 10. Applicants will be notified of their application outcome by June 1.
The HSJCC Network is a dynamic, voluntary collaboration between professionals from across the human services and justice sectors in Ontario. At the local, regional and provincial levels, HSJCCs co-ordinate resources and plan more effectively for people with unique needs who are in conflict with the law.
The Provincial HSJCC Conference is the network’s premiere educational event – bringing together more than 400 professionals from across the human services and justice sectors to share promising practices, build cross-sector networks and engage in solutions for the people they serve. Attendees benefit from a richly-engrossing program that leaves them better equipped and inspired to meet the needs of Ontarians.
Learn more about the HSJCC Network at www.hsjcc.on.ca.