Initiated by The Brenda Strafford Chair in the Prevention of Domestic Violence
On October 16, in partnership with 15 community and government agencies, Shift launched Engaging Men in Violence Prevention Learning Collaborative (EMC).
Shift: The Project to End Domestic Violence has extended invitation to agencies to participate in the Engaging Men in Violence Prevention – Learning Collaborative in May.
The team that developed the course Advancing Healthy and Socially Just Schools and Communities received the University of Calgary Teaching Award for Curriculum Development.
To support the implementation of promoting positive father involvement as a primary prevention strategy, Shift and Catholic Family Services initiated a series of informal meetings on promoting positive father involvement with not-for profit organizations throughout Calgary.
In spring semester 2017, Lianne Lee from Shift and Darren Lund from the Werklund School of Education offered a three-part series to both Faculty of Social Work and Werklund School of Education students.
Shift: The Project to End Domestic Violence partnered with the Family and Community Safety Branch within the Ministry of Human Services in Government of Alberta with an aim to advance