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NORAHT Webinar: Safer Places: Harm Reduction Strategies to Address Human Trafficking - Shared screen with speaker view
Rosemary Nagy
00:41
Welcome to NORAHT's webinar. We will begin at 1:30
Rosemary Nagy
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https://noraht.nipissingu.ca/
Rosemary Nagy
02:35
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Speaker Bio
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Kathleen Jodouin, Executive Director, Victim Services of Nipissing DistrictBorn and raised in Southern Ontario, Kathleen Jodouin is an award-winning victims’ rights advocate that has been working in community development in the social and health not-for-profit sector for 17 years; engaging with organizations in both Nipissing and Timiskaming regions. Kathleen works with more than a dozen local initiatives serving women, youth and families. She has worked for the AIDS Committee of North Bay and Area, served as the coordinator of the Women and HIV/AIDS Initiative, and founded the North East Women’s Health Alliance. She is also a well-known champion for the rights of victims in her community, serving as a former board member for the Amelia Rising Sexual Assault Centre and the Nipissing Community Legal Clinic. Her work experience has provided opportunities to participate in advocacy with such groups as the
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Nipissing Violence Against Women Coordinating Committee and the Northeastern Ontario Research Alliance on Human Trafficking. Kathleen’s leadership and dedication to her community has continued to be recognized - in 2011 she received an award from the Amelia Rising Sexual Assault Centre recognizing her work in protecting victims’ rights in the Nipissing region; and, the Province of Ontario awarded her with the Leading Women Building Communities in 2013. She holds an undergraduate degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice with a concentration in Law, and has a Master degree in Health Studies.
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Q and A at the end of the presentation
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28:04
This will be recorded
Nikki
33:26
I can hear u
jfournier
33:42
I hear you
Jayne Whitehall
34:46
slides are not changing
Amy Plummer
34:48
Slides aren’t changing at all on my screen
Andrea Diaz
34:49
I am only seeing the Miigwetch slide
Andrea Diaz
34:54
anybody else?
Jasminder (she/her)
35:01
I’m only seeing the Miigwetch slide as well
Monique Chartrand
35:04
slides are not changing.
Amy Plummer
35:04
Yep same, only been on Miigwetch this whole time
sdavenport
35:04
me too
Andrea Diaz
37:27
The slides are not moving
Debra
37:32
Will the PP be provided to us?
Nikki
38:01
can you put it on full screen
Nikki
38:08
its not moving
Corrie
38:37
rosemary please start the PPT from current slide
Nikki
39:24
yes
Jasminder (she/her)
39:29
Yes :)
Nancy PILON
54:27
what has the new initiative by the provincial government had on women I.e. criminal compensation
Jennifer
01:25:38
Curious what, if any work has been done to educate and align priorities and work collaboratively with various police services despite past/current barriers/perceptions. Thank you
Nancy PILON
01:26:24
thank you that is what I was wondering
Andrea
01:28:26
thank you Miigwetch for your time today!!!
pc@tdvictimservices.ca
01:28:48
Great job Kat, thank you
Jasminder (she/her)
01:28:50
Thank you! Great presentation
Rosemary Nagy
01:28:53
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