Alastair Clarke will be giving a free presentation on Immigration and Refugee Law as part of the Winnipeg Public Library, Program Speaker series. This is a joint presentation between the Winnipeg Public Library, the Community Legal Education Association and Clarke Immigration Law. The purpose of this program is to provide free, accessible, informative and enriching information for Manitobans. Here is a description of the Law in the Library presentation:
Are you new to Canada, looking for an overview of some of the legal aspects of immigration? This program will provide you with basic legal information that you and your family may need. Learn about immigration options, citizenship, and sponsoring family members, with a focus on the unique concerns and needs of newcomers.
This is an online event so you can participate from your home office, living room or wherever you have access to the Internet.
PROGRAM NAME: Immigration Law
Date and Time: Thursday, April 28, 12:00-1:15 PM
Program Host: Harriet Minuk
Mr. Clarke has been giving free presentation to the public for more than 10 years, at the local level, both in-person and online, at the national level in both Manitoba and other provinces, and for international audiences. As a former public junior high school teacher, Mr. Clarke is committed to public education and empowering people with accurate information.
To watch Alastair Clarke’s TEDx presentation, feel free to click here to stream the presentation “Imagine No Countries”.