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Canadian Centre for International Justice (CCIJ)

July 28, 2009
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Victor was invited to be  a key note speaker at a seminar designed to introduce front line Social Workers to CCIJ.   This seminar was invaluable and we encourage everyone to make themselves familiar with this agency.  Their web co-ordinates below.   

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 The Canadian Centre for International Justice/Centre Canadian pour la justice internationale is a charitable organization that works with survivors of genocide, torture and other atrocities to seek redress and bring perpetrators to justice.

Atrocities such as torture, rape, mutilation, and the murder or disappearance of family members have been experienced by some 25-30% of refugees and immigrants in Canada. Justice can play a significant role in the healing process, and can help to prevent their recurrence.

If you would like information or support in relation to your own experiences, if you have information about a potential perpetrator in Canada, or if you would like to get involved with the CCIJ, we encourage you to view our website.

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