The Conference Objective is to ensure that all adults involved with children and children (e.g., educators, mental health professionals, parents, volunteers) have evidence-based knowledge, strategies and tools to promote children’s well-being and prevent bullying.
Together we can make a difference in the ongoing efforts to stop bullying in Canada and to promote well-being for all Canadian children and youth.
- November 15 Evening Wine and Cheese Reception at the Canadian Museum of History: Hosted by PREVNet’s Scientific Co-Directors Dr. Debra Pepler and Dr. Wendy Craig
- November 16 conference with keynotes by Shelley Cardinal (Canadian Red Cross), Dr. Jean Clinton (McMaster University), Lisa Wolff (UNICEF), Drs. Debra Pepler and Wendy Craig (PREVNet) and a choice of 7 morning and 7 afternoon workshops.
- November 17 Additional Professional Development Training Opportunities: PREVNet is offering a choice of two full day workshops to bring state-of-the-art knowledge to your setting and promote healthy relationships and a positive social climatewith children and youth: Healthy RelationshipsTraining and PREVNet’s Bullying Prevention: Tools for Schools.
We hope to see you there!
Dr. Wendy Craig and Dr. Debra Pepler,
PREVNet’s Scientific Co-Directors
About PREVNet: Led by two of Canada’s foremost experts in the field of bullying and healthy relationships, Dr. Debra Pepler and Dr. Wendy Craig, PREVNet (Promoting Relationships Eliminating Violence) is a national network of 130 Canadian researchers from 28 universities and over 60 national child and youth serving organizations, dedicated to stopping bullying in Canada and promoting healthy relationships.