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This annotated bibliography was developed by Ju Hui Judy Han as part of The Safety for Immigrant, Refugee and Non-Status Women Project carried out by Ending Violence Association of BC, MOSAIC & Vancouver Lower Mainland Multicultural Family Support Services Society. Funded by the Law Foundation of BC.
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These Terms of Reference, developed by the Chilliwack VAWIR Coordinating Committee, may provide reader's with a useful reference for the development of their own Terms of Reference documents.
Information for Legal Aid Clients Regarding Interpreters and Translators
What to Expect from your Legal Aid Lawyer
Feature: ATF 2009: A Sneak Peak at Some of Our Distinguished Keynotes
On July 22, 2009, the Legal Services Society (LSS) announced additional funding cuts to Legal Aid that effectively discontinue extended services for clients receiving referrals. This means that a woman who is leaving an abusive relationship and has exhausted the Legal Aid hours she was granted will automatically be denied any request for further service.
This Information Bulletin offers strategies for helping women in this situation.