Reaching Youth Through Sports: Trauma-Informed Physical Activity
When: 1:00pm-2:15pm EST, March 7, 2017
This webinar will be focusing on “Do the Good”, a trauma-informed sports intervention program designed by Doc Wayne, a non-profit organization that connects with youth through sports. To register and find out more, click here.
Justice Canada Knowledge Exchange on the Criminal Justice System’s Responses to Sexual Assault Against Adults
When: March 8, 2017, 8:00am – 5:00pm
Where: Hilton Lac-Leamy
3, boulevard du Casino
Learn about the current realities of reporting, charging and prosecuting cases of sexual assault against adults in Canada, and promising practices, which aim to strengthen the criminal justice system’s response to such crimes. Register here.
Book Launch: “Victim Law: The Law of Victims of Crime in Canada”
Date: Wednesday, March 29th, 2017
Time: 8:30 am registration; 9-10:30 am event
Venue: Cardus, 45 Rideau Street, 7th Floor, Ottawa, ON
Author, Professor Benjamin Perrin presents his new book, “Victim Law: The Law of Victims of Crime in Canada”, which explores the new Victims Bill of Rights Act and the many ways in which victims of crime intersect with the Canadian criminal justice system. Register here.
Victims of Homicide, Western Canadian Conference
When: May 15-16, 2017
The 2017 Victims of Homicide Society is sponsoring the Western Canadian Conference “Touched by Murder”…. Moving Forward – Building Hope. This conference will bring together victims’ families and individuals who will explore the journey and circumstances of those who have been “touched by murder.” Representatives include members of Alberta Justice, Corrections Services Canada, Edmonton City Police, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Victim Services Advocates, Health Services and Service Agencies, psychologists, professionals as well as victims who have survived the aftermath of murder.
Registration is now OPEN.
Victim Support Europe conference – ‘Victims of Crime: Rights, Needs & Responses’
When: 17 & 18 May 2017
Where: Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, Dublin, Ireland
Cost: Early bird (before 6th March 2017)
VSE members € 225
VSE non-members € 275
The Conference is a major international event which brings together key players working with victims of crime. Between 200 and 250 people attend this event annually from victim support organisations, to NGOs, psychologists, academics, government officials, police, prosecutors, judges and lawyers. The event in your calendar this year will take place in the beautiful 300 year old Royal Hospital in Kilmainham, in Dublin. More info and registration here.
Victims and Survivors of Crime Week: 2017 Federal Symposium
When: May 29, 2017
Where: Calgary, A.B.
The symposium is a day-long event that features workshops and plenary sessions on issues for victims and survivors of crime. Read more info here.
Pathways to Resilience IV
When: June 14-16, 2017
Where: Cape Town, South Africa
The goal of this conference is to focus on the Global South where people are often challenged by double and triple jeopardies.