National Conference on Keeping Kids Safe and Connected
Champions for Children and Youth 2013 B.C. Summit:
A National Conference on Keeping Kids Safe and Connected
April 24/25, 2013 – Sheraton Wall Centre, Vancouver
- Behaviour modeling
- Cultivating child-friendly communities
- Bully proofing
- Roles of government and institutions in youth safety
- Needs of Aboriginal children and youth in the community
Mental Health Knowledge Network Webinar Series
CWLC has launched its Mental Health Knowledge Network (MHKN) webinar series - a unique and valuable knowledge-sharing forum by members, for members.
3rd National Symposium on Child and Youth Mental Health
Themes: Access, Wait Times & The Role of Schools in Mental Health
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!!
Click here to see event website and register.
Click here to see the symposium agenda.
Participants will include families, educators, youth, service providers, policy and practice leaders, clinicians, researchers, and child welfare and mental health professionals.
Sponsored by: National Infant, Child and Youth Mental Health Consortium and School-Based Mental Health and Substance Abuse Consortium
For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Street Gangs Advanced Workshop: Strategies for Youth and their Families
Trainer: Dirk Niles
February 22, 9:30am-1:00pm
This seminar will also be repeated on March 7, 2011
Location: Children's Aid Society of Toronto, 30 Isabella Street, 7th Floor, Toronto, ON M4Y 1N1
TTC: Yonge Subway to Bloor/Yonge. Exit on Yonge Street and walk South to Isabella. Isabella runs one-way West from Yonge, walk 1/2 block to 30 Isabella.
By car: Yonge Street North to Isabella Street; 3 streets South of Bloor on West side. Turn right onto Isabella Street. Paid parking is available in the Green P parking on Charles (East of Yonge)
Easy registration online via www.cwitraining.torontocas.ca
For more information, please contact Chena Barakat at 416.924.4640 x2780 or by email at email@example.com.
To see the full Spring 2011 Training schedule, please click here.
Doing Better for Children
The well-being of children is high on the policy agenda across the OECD. But what is the actual state of child well-being today?
OECD Report on Well-being of Children (Canada)
Canada receives solid marks in “Doing Better for Children”, the OECD’s first report on the well‐being of children.