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The CAVAC network - 25 years of passionate involvement! (in French)

Les CAVAC - 25 ans de passion! Length: 1:49

Changes in the network of crime victims assistance centres (CAVACs) over time during the last 25 years.

 

The CAVAC network - Working with women
(in French)

Les CAVAC - Intervenir auprès des femmes. Length: 1:59

Helping women means, above all, believing in their abilities and providing support to enable them to recover from an event by reducing the negative impact on their lives. Women must be offered high-quality reception and support services, and a place where they feel welcome.

 

The CAVAC network - Working with seniors (in French)

Les CAVAC - Intervenir auprès des personnes aînées. Length: 2:08

Helping seniors means helping our grandparents or our parents in a few years’ time. Each time, we must think, “These people have a family; it could be our family.” In addition to the assistance provided after a negative experience, other threats must be brought out into the open.

 

The CAVAC network - Working with immigrants (in French)

Les CAVAC - Intervenir auprès des immigrants. Length: 2:16

Helping immigrants means listening to individuals, showing respect and empathy, and ensuring that they feel comfortable, making it easier to create a bond of trust.

 

The CAVAC network - Working with Inuit

Les CAVAC - Intervenir auprès des Inuit. Length: 2:19

To help an Inuit by believing in their story, helping them to understand that it is not their fault, that they did not do anything wrong and did the right thing by seeking help & telling about the incident that happen to them.

Other videos (in French)