5 Ways to Talk about A2J Over a Summer BBQ

For the last three months, NSRLP has been focusing on the theme of “communication” and its importance in making progress towards greater access to justice in Canada. If we cannot talk to one another, we cannot have the type of rich stakeholder discussion and debate that is necessary to begin to resolve such a complex problem (look back at our kick-off blog on “The Shut-Up Culture” at https://representingyourselfcanada.com/2015/04/07/the-shut-up-culture-why-we-need-to-speak-openly-boldly-respectfully-to-one-other-about-what-really-matters; and the conversation between one SRL and three members of the NSRLP [...]


NSRLP Summer Closing

We shall be closing the Project for the month of July and the first two weeks of August to allow for vacation time, administrative tidy-ups, and some recharging of the batteries. If you write to us during that time, please do not expect a full reply until after we reopen on August 17th. We shall be maintaining a small social media presence during this time, so you will not be able to completely forget about the work of NSRLP, [...]


A NSRLP Summer Reading List

We have been asking around in our A2J community for suggestions for summer reading on inspirational topics. We received many suggestions and offer you the following five recommendations for your reading pleasure: Getting to Maybe: How the World is Changed (Vintage Canada 2007) by Frances Westley, Brenda Zimmerman, and Michael Quinn Patton. This book begins with a warning: “This book is not for heroes or saints or perfectionists. This book is for flawed people [and we are all flawed in [...]

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