JusticeTrans is proud to collaborate with the following organizations:
Our Trans Access to Justice and Capacity Building Project is funded by Women and Gender Equality Canada. This project would not have been possible without partnerships with community organizations such as the Black Queer Youth Collective, Rainbow Refugee, Elevate Equity, the University of Saskatchewan’s Social Innovation Lab, and the Edmonton Two Spirit Society.
Our Access to Justice and Legal Advocacy Workshops and Resources projects in the provinces of Manitoba and Saskatchewan have been funded by the Manitoba Law Foundation and the Law Foundation of Saskatchewan, respectively. These projects are able to happen thanks to partnerships with Sunshine House, Rainbow Resource Centre, and the Public Interest Law Centre (a part of Legal Aid Manitoba) in Manitoba, and Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan, the TRANS Health Navigators, and the Social Innovation Lab in Saskatchewan.
We have also worked with The 519 and the Community Justice Collective to promote legal information and access for 2STNBGN people in Ontario.
We are a proud member of The Enchanté Network, an organization that helps and supports 2SLGBTQ+ organizations across Canada.
The Dalhousie University Faculty of Computer Science hosts a year round course, titled ‘Community Outreach‘. Through the generous help of FCS students enrolled in this course, JusticeTrans was able to redesign the website.
The Law Foundation of Ontario provided JusticeTrans with a generous grant, through its, to continue its legal information services, including to redesign the website and relaunch the mobile phone applications.
Ryerson’s Legal Innovation Zone provided a working space for JusticeTrans during its infancy. The LIZ is a legal tech incubator, providing a co-working space that helps to support, foster, and develop solutions and techniques to improve legal services and the justice system.
The Winkler Institute for Dispute Resolution has been a supporter of JusticeTrans since its infancy. In January 2016, after the launch of JusticeTrans, they graciously published a blog by founder, Benjamin Vandorpe, about the inspiration behind JusticeTrans, its development, and future plans.
Roxanne Allard is a designer of User Interfaces, web and app templates. She designed the original JusticeTrans logo, seen on the site. She is also a Co-Founder of Pixam Studios.and is in the process of launching