320 Chippewa Rd.
Muncey, Ontario N0L 1y0
519-289-5555 Ext 225
Kizhewaadziwin E-niigaanzijig Training
This one-day workshop is open to all community members
Chippewa Community Centre
Wednesday, March 29th, 2017
9AM to 4PM
Comprehensive Community Plan Mandate
Justice refers to the maintenance of harmony and balance among the members of the community through the prevention of crime, the mediation of conflicts in ways that are fair and the restoration of harmony in cases where offences have been committed or conflicts are under way.
- Build stronger governance mechanisms
- Collaborate with all departments on program development to ensure a holistic approach
- Develop approaches to empowerment for a safer community
- Circulate public educational information focused on equality rights (Indigenous rights; human rights; childrens rights; economic rights)
Community Justice Director
The Community Justice Director is responsible for executive level formulation and mobilization of a strategic plan related to the Justice Sector within the Comprehensive Community Plan. The Community Justice Director provides management leadership to all aspects of program development, implementation, and monitoring. The Community Justice Director ensures that the department is developed, continuously enhanced and managed in an effective and efficient manner guided by working knowledge of principles, theories, and practices of justice.
The Legislative Officer is responsible for drafting laws, by-laws, and/or regulations for Chippewas of the Thames First Nation. This position will also develop a legislative registry and maintain the registry.
Youth Justice Advocacy Coordinator
The Youth Justice Advocacy Coordinator is responsible for providing advocacy for youth on justice issues to ensure the human rights of youth are protected and lead to empowerment for youth by developing policies and programs that will be prevention focused models and youth-centered.