The National Action Committee (NAC) is a national body created in 2008 to work across the justice sector on access to justice issues facing Canadians in civil and family matters. It will undertake various activities including a governance review, a strategic planning exercise, a progress report on its justice development goals, connect people across common issues through engagement activities, and develop indicators for its justice metrics. It will also hold a national meeting to bring to bring people together, share resources, and spur action. NAC is a national catalyst for reform, fostering engagement, pursuing a strategic collaborative approach to reforms, and coordinating the efforts of all participants concerned with civil and family justice.
June 20, 2018
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