What do you think of when someone says “social justice”? How does social justice connect to work in the justice system? What might be some ways that we can use to figure this stuff out? Using drawings, cartoons, comics and other visual and collaborative methods, this workshop will help us think through some of our ideas regarding social justice concepts, and how they underpin our work in the justice system. IMPORTANT: NO DRAWING EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!!!
Noah Kenneally is a childhood researcher, PhD candidate at OISE/University of Toronto, and a contract lecturer in the School of Early Childhood Studies at Ryerson University. His primary area of research is children’s perspectives regarding their experiences, and participative research methods. He’s been using cartoons and comics to explore children’s ideas about society and their lives for the last few years, and recently was a part of the Toronto Comic Arts Festival Library and Educator Day, talking about using comics as a research tool
Event will take place at 55 University Avenue.
Register by sending an email to JFCY’s Admin Assistant: firstname.lastname@example.org
Include your name, school or organizational affiliation. Deadline: Mon Jun 19 at 5pm.
Limited to 20 participants. You will receive a confirmation email with further details.
JFCY will be closed in the afternoon to mark National Indigenous Day.