The SHINE program boasts its very own blog!
Welcome to this new interface: a key space that allows you to stay informed and up-to-date with the themes explored in the SHINE program. Every month, you can discover a new publication that addresses one of the key concepts of the program, or hear of an experience encountered while meeting with students or learn a new initiative that is contributing to eradicating the sexual exploitation of youth.
Share as much as you want! The wide spread of such pertinent information will allow us to provide youth with the best tools possible to help keep themselves safe and have confidence in themselves.
A healthy sense of self may ultimately be a child’s best armor when faced with challenging situations… in the classroom, in relationships with peers and even later in the workforce. It is through self-confidence that a child can assert himself and make sensible...
SHINE is tailored for students 9-13 years-old and its objective is to help them develop healthy and egalitarian friendships and/or relationships, thus preventing their aggression and exploitation. These workshops are available in both English and French and are...
Every year on average, there are over 5,000 cases of missing children reported to law enforcement in Quebec. Runaways account for nearly 90% of all these cases and involve youth between the ages of 12-17. The reasons why they run away are complex, but are generally...
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