The Disability Justice Network of Ontario (DJNO) launched in September of 2018. We would like to welcome you to attend our first Annual General Meeting, where we will reflect on the work we've accomplished over the last year and four months (September 2018- December 31st 2019).
Over the last year, DJNO embarked on our journey towards accomplishing our vision: a world where people with disabilities are free to be. We built toward this vision with community through advocacy, education, research, and programming, through processes that were community-informed and community-led. This work was carried out through our Youth Action Council, through the Campaigns Committee, through our Research Committee, as well as through collaboration and relationship building with dozens of community organizers, organizations, and individuals.
This Annual General Meeting is open to community members, service providers, and allies. We will go over our accomplishments, our plan for 2020, re-introduce the DJNO team, and more. We hope you will be able to attend to reflect on the last year with us, and learn about what work lies ahead.
This Annual General Meeting will take place at the Hamilton Public Library, located at 55 York Blvd, and it will have an accessible washroom. We will have ASL interpreters available, and CART captioning.
For more information or specific accessibility requests, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register, please go to: https://www.bruha.com/event/5278/
For general information, please go to www.djno.ca.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What accessibility information is available?
Our launch will take place in Hamilton Public Library at 55 York Blvd, and it will have an accessible washroom. We will have ASL interpreters available, and CART captioning. A ramp is available, and printed materials will be available in alternative formats. For printed materials in braille, room lighting requests, seating requests, and other specific accessibility requests we may have missed, please email email@example.com immediately so we can make sure your needs are met. Light refreshments will also be available.
What are my transportation options for getting to and from the event?
The Hamilton Public Library is roughly an eight minute walk or bus ride from the Hamilton GO Centre. The Hamilton Public Library is also roughly a three minute walk or bus ride from the McNab Terminal, Hamilton's local transit hub. Please note: public transit via the Hamilton Street Railway (HSR) is free for people with mobility devices in Hamilton Ontario. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who can attend this event?
Anyone who would like more information about the Disability Justice Network of Ontario (DJNO) can attend this event, though we will prioritize access for people with disabilities.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
For questions, comments, and concerns please email email@example.com