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Public Education and Legal Information

The MJC offers information and training sessions on the different stages of the migration process for refugee claimants, refused refugee claimants, and non-status persons, as well as for the support groups of these populations, supporting organizations, and the legal community

Legal Representation and Psychosocial Accompaniment

Taking a holistic, multidisciplinary approach, we represent and support migrants with precarious status, from their arrival in Canada through to their removal proceedings

Community Organizing and Collective Advocacy

Inspired by the autonomous community action movement, we support the mobilization of communities of migrants with precarious status by contributing to individual and collective struggles against the systems of oppression they face

Mobilisations à venir

Upcoming Workshops

Recours suivant le refus d’une demande d’asile

Recourses following the refusal of a refugee claim A workshop to better understand the trajectory of refugee claimants whose claims are refused: we…

Workshop Series on Criminality & Immigration

Module 1: How Criminal Convictions Can Impact Immigration Status Did you know that even a minor criminal offense can impact your immigration status in Canada?

Workshop Series on the Refugee Claim

Module 1 : Comprendre les statuts d’immigration et les étapes de la demande d’asile. Une formation pour comprendre les étapes d’une demande de statut de réfugié et les différents...

Our Partners

Our Partners play a vital role in helping us ensure access to justice for vulnerable migrants. They contribute to our success by supporting our online workshops, facilitating our funding, extending our reach to families, providing essential medical services, and enabling us to collaborate with related legal experts, making our approach to positive impact a reality.

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