Fifteen remarkable individuals and organizations from across the province received the Attorney General's Victim Services Awards of Distinction today for their outstanding work on behalf of victims of crime in Ontario.
In recognition of National Victims and Survivors of Crime Awareness Week 2017, the Victim Justice Network delivered a presentation at the Federal Symposium in Calgary, Alberta on Resilience and Victims of Violence, an ongoing research project in partnership with Algonquin College located in Ottawa, Ontario.
On June 1st, 2017 the Victim Justice Network (VJN) in collaboration with Durham College presented a Live Stream Education Global Classroom event on the discussion topic: Empowering Resilience for Victims & Survivors of Child Abuse.
Earlybird registration is now open for the Canadian Domestic Homicide Prevention Conference. The conference from October 18 to October19 in London, Ont.
First and foremost, thank you for participating in this e-survey that seeks to obtain your individual views on various aspects of the preliminary inquiry, as well as the purpose, functions and/or values it serves in the criminal justice process.
The Police Victim Services of British Columbia is gearing up to host their annual training symposium later this month.
Dans une nouvelle étude, un partenariat entre le Collège Algonquin et le Réseau de justice aux victimes, examine la résilience des victimes des crimes violents. L’étude demande aux participants comment ils ont géré le traumatisme et la tragédie, et comment ils ont trouvé l’appui et les forces personnelles.
Resilience is a hot topic.
A new study, launched in partnership with the Victim Justice Network, is trying to learn what makes victims of violent crime resilient.
Condoléances Victim Justice Network souhaite exprimer ses condoléances les plus sincères aux familles et aux proches des victimes de la tragédie survenue à Québec. Nous sommes terriblement peinés et tenons à témoigner tout notre soutien à l’ensemble de la communauté.