The Representative for Children and Youth of BC has issued 4 new reports since February 2013, with the most recent one released in April. These include: Still Waiting: First Hand Experiences with Youth Mental Health Experiences in BC Much More Than Paper Work, Proper Planning Essential to Better Lives for BC’s Children In Care Representative’s [...]
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Each year, about 250,000 immigrants arrive in Canada. According to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (2009), ...
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A gang is a structured group of individuals who use intimidation and violence to carry out criminal acts in order to gain power and status or to control certain lucrative activities. A youth gang is “any durable, street-oriented youth group whose involvement in illegal activity is part of its group identity”. Most youth gang [...]
UFV LIBIT department welcomes guest speaker Micheal Vonn Tues, Mar 19 1 – 2:30 pm B101, Lecture Theatre The blurring and sometimes outright inversion of what we have traditionally understood as ‘private’ vs. ‘public’ has vast implications for citizens’ relationship to the state. Securitization and surveillance are increasingly making governmental actions secret and citizens’ lives [...]
- CSSC April 2013 Newsletter May 8, 2013
- Get Youth and Children on the Political Agenda! May 7, 2013
- Barriers for Immigrant Youth April 16, 2013
- New Reports by BC Representative for Children and Youth Office April 10, 2013
- Restorative Practices in Schools and Communities April 8, 2013