A violence prevention program for adults working with First Nations populations by the Canadian Red Cross
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This program, developed by the Canadian Red Cross, is designed to help adults working with First Nations/Inuit/Métis, to recognize and prevent violence against children and youth. The training provides information on historical context and existing vulnerabilities, builds understanding of the definition of violence and different types of violence, and suggests interventions, processes, and strategies for violence prevention. Delivered in a classroom workshop over six, twelve or eighteen hours, this workshop is open to any person above 18 working in a First Nations/Inuit/Métis community.
An educator/facilitator training in this program is also available, click here for details.
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