MEG HORN, a passionate activist and force for Canadian public access to law and for public involvement in justice, died peacefully from cancer on March 16, 2019 in Nanaimo B.C. with her devoted husband, Steven Horn, by her side. Meg was one of the founding members off the public legal education community in Canada and a relentless advocate for resources and services to help other ‘live with it and change what they cannot live with”.
A working group of PLE organizations that receive funding from Justice Canada has just released a document detailing the value they provide to Canadians: Value of PLEI Organizations in Canada August 2018
Law for Life in the UK has produced a guide to its PLE principles.
- The Neilsen/Norman Group is an excellent resource for making resources user-centred. Although it is focused on developing electronic resources, the principles and practices it promotes are readily transferable to developing other types of resources. They have a number of reports which focus on particular users or practices that they charge for. However, a great deal of information is available for free. They maintain a newsletter that will keep you current on their latest research and learning opportunities.