Fantasyland Hotel, West Edmonton Mall, Edmonton, Alberta Monday, Nov. 9 – Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015. Registration OPENS, August 24, 2015. Early Bird Registration–until Oct. 19, 2015. The 2015 Diverse Voices Family Violence planning committee is pleased to present a conference that considers the impact of Family Violence across generations and cultures. Speakers will Address Topics […]
September 22, 2015 1:00pm – 2:30pm NCCDH – Learning to work differently: implementing Ontario`s Social Determinants of Health Public Health Nurse Initiative September 24, 2015 1:00pm – 2:00pm CNPEA – Promising Practices Across Canada for Housing Women who are Older and Fleeing Abuse October 21, 2015 1:00pm – 2:00pm LHIN NW – Establish […]
The Canadian Child Abuse Association and the Centre for Investigate Interviewing in Australia are offering a new online child investigative interviewer training initiative. 15 diverse modules cover basic interviewing technique and advanced skills, including questioning about repeated events, meeting evidentiary requirements and interviewing witnesses with disabilities and those from cultural minority groups. The course is $2000- […]
The number of missing person postings that show up on social media sites is growing. Police and family members go to Facebook and Twitter to get help finding lost children, youth and adults. However, it’s important to check the facts before posting. This article points to the fact that some people, for example someone leaving […]
Join the Qu’Appelle Haven Safe Shelter for ‘Protecting Our Women’ with keynote speaker Dr. Sharon Acoose on Monday, August 24, 2015 starting at 10am.
The Crisis and Trauma Resource Institute is offering training in Saskatchewan over the next few months. October 14-15 in Saskatoon they host Mindfulness Counselling Strategies – Activating Compassion and Regulation; October 29-30 is Self-Injury Behaviour in Youth – Issues & Strategies in Regina;and Crisis Response Planning will take place November 19th ins Saskatoon. For full […]
The Saskatchewan Prevention Institute is hosting the 2015 Prevention Matters Conference from September 30 – October 2, 2015 at TCU Place in Saskatoon. With three full days of programming and speakers from across the province and the country, it will be a great learning and networking opportunity for people working with children, youth and parents. […]
STOPS to Violence, in partnership with the Regina Sexual Assault Centre, completed a very successful pilot phase of the Kids on the Block (KOTB) from April-June, 2015 with over 60 presentations to over 1,400 children. KOTB is an interactive puppet-based education program for children ages 5-12, focused on the topics of personal safety, bullying and […]