|Promoting Healthy Relationships for Youth:
Creating Spaces that Support Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
May 15, 2019
You are invited to Canada’s premier conference on evidence-based strategies to prevent bullying and teen dating violence, and promote safe and healthy relationships for children and youth.
The Conference Objective is to ensure that all adults involved with children and children (e.g., educators, school administrators and counsellors, public health nurses, police officers, mental health professionals, coaches, parents, volunteers) have evidence-based knowledge, strategies and tools to promote well-being and prevent violence.
PREVNet is a Network of Centres of Excellence with 130 leading Canadian research scientists and 60 national youth-serving organizations working together to stop violence in Canada and to promote well-being for all children and youth.
· Keynote addresses by leading Canadian research experts
Dr. Tracy Vaillancourt “With Power Comes the Abuse of Power”: Challenging Stereotypes about Bullying Perpetration
Dr. Deinera Exner-Cortens Safe Schools for All Youth: Considering Identity-Based Victimization
· Presentation led by PREVNet’s National Youth Advisory Committee
· Choice of 10 Workshops including:
o Strategies to promote mental wellness and foster resilience for Indigenous children, youth and their families
o Strategies to strengthen resilience of newcomer children and youth in a school-setting
o Strategies to promote mental health and healthy relationships for LGBT2Q+ youth
o Strategies to promote social norms that protect youth against teen dating violence
o Strategies to reduce bias-based bullying for students who are perceived by their peers as different based on academic (dis)ability, ethnicity, and sexual/gender identity
· May 16 Additional Professional Development Training Opportunities: PREVNet is offering a full day workshop to bring state-of-the-art knowledge to your setting and promote healthy relationships and a positive social climate with children and youth.
Click here for more information about PREVNet’s Bullying Prevention: Tools for Schools.
Registration fee is $350 for the May 15th Conference. The additional professional development training is $300.
Registration fee includes lunch, two coffee breaks, and resources related to your chosen workshops.
Sign up for both May 15 and 16 events for $550 (a $100 discount!)
Register by March 31, and save an additional $50!
Group Discount: If you have 5 or more people attending from your organization, we will offer a $50 discount per person. For more information about a group discount and how to do a group registration, please contact Stacey at (613) 533-2632.
We also offer a Student Rate for the May 15th Conference of $150. This rate is only available to full-time students who show proof of enrollment at the time of registration. Discount available at time of payment.
To register please click here. Remember, Early bird rate ends March 31st.
There are two options for payment of the conference registration fee: by credit card or by cheque.
If you are paying by credit card you must complete this online registration form through this secure online system.
If you prefer to pay by cheque you must complete the mail-in registration from. To obtain a copy of the mail-in form, please email PREVNet’s Administrative Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The completed forms should be mailed along with your cheque made payable to “PREVNet” to:
PREVNet Administrative Office
A full refund less a $50 administration fee will be issued if your cancellation completed online no later than Wednesday May 1st, 2019.
You may complete your own modifications and cancellations via this online system.
Where to Stay:
Please contact us by phone: (613) 533-2632 or via email at: email@example.com if you have any questions or concerns.
Hope to see you in May!
PREVNet’s Administrative Coordinator PREVNet’s Executive Director
PREVNet Administrative Centre
100 Barrie St., Kingston ON K7L 3N6
Phone: (613) 533-2632
Fax: (613) 533-6732
Canada’s authority on research and resources for bullying prevention www.prevnet.ca