The Government of Canada has released its funding guide for Victims and Survivors of Crime Week 2020. This year's theme is Celebrating Courage, Renewing Commitment. Up to $20,000 is available and the deadline is February 10.
CIAFV will be hosting a virtual meeting withSagesse's Director of Collective Impact Eric Pianarosa & Brielle Batty-Smith the Provincial Member Engagement & Program Coordinator on February 19. The goal of this virtual roadshow is to increase awareness and provide the opportunity to answer questions and connect with CIAFV members. FREE
Note: This will take place one hour before the members' meeting at the same location.
CIAFV is excited to host Assistant Chief Crown Prosecutor Allison Downey-Damato & Nicole Nunes with The City of Edmonton’s Neighbourhood Empowerment Team. They will present on the Alternative to Warrant Apprehension Program on February 19. FREE
The International Journal of Qualitative Methods has published Using a Vignette in Qualitative Research to Explore Police Perspectives of a Sensitive Topic: "Honour"-Based Crimes and Forced Marriages by PhD candidate Wendy Aujla.