Kinna-aweya Legal Clinic Legal advice and assistance to residents of the District of Thunder Bay, particularly Indigenous people, who need assistance with poverty law issues

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Project

Kinna-aweya Legal Clinic is one of twenty clinics funded by the Department of Justice Canada under the Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (SHIW) project. This project is designed to increase public awareness and knowledge about SHIW.

There are three primary objectives of the SHIW project. The first is to educate low-income and vulnerable individuals as well as employers in Thunder Bay on their rights and responsibilities in the workplace by hosting public legal education sessions. The second is to provide legal information on sexual harassment in the workplace, human rights, and other employment rights by coordinating efficient materials and resources. The third is to provide referral options in accordance with a client’s needs.

If you have been sexually harassed in the course of your work and you reside within the district of Thunder Bay, please contact our legal clinic to learn more about your legal rights.


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