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Justice Gets Loud

November 16, 2017

Please join us at The Garrison on November 16th, to support WomenatthecentrE ( )

WomenatthecentreE is a survivor-lead, community based non-profit that utilizes social engagement, community support, and research advocacy to address gender based violence.

One of their initiatives is CourtWatch, where dedicated volunteers observe and track domestic violence court cases for an annual report which provides a window into the Specialized Court System and recommendations as to how to improve the system to better serve survivors.

Please come out to hear more about Courtwatch and WomenatthecentrE, and be entertained by some awesome people.

Time: 8:00pm
Venue: The Garrison
Location: 1197 Dundas Street West Toronto, ON
Phone: (416) 964-0892
Categories: Women

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