Cancelled: Interpreting Community Safety Through a Public Health Lens

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Kule Theatre, Robbins Health Learning Centre

MacEwan University

10910 104 Avenue NW

Edmonton, Alberta

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This event will be rescheduled for September, 2019.




MacEwan University Public Health Lab Conversation Series presents:

Interpreting Community Safety Through a Public Health Lens.


A healthy community is a safe community.

The Public Health Lab Conversation Series is an effort to bring together professionals and students from varied disciplines to mutually explore the common ground that exists between public health and community safety professions in constructive ways.

Join us for conversations that will touch on many important aspects of our health and safety including the value of language in justice, urban and rural development, shared approaches towards injury prevention, radicalization of people towards extreme violence, young people’s mental and physical health and the connection to the environment, and our collective efforts to support the wellbeing of our Indigenous communities.


Light refreshments will be served.


This event is hosted and organized in a partnership with

Edmonton Police Foundation, MacEwan University Public Safety and Justice Studies, and REACH Edmonton Council for Safe Communities.

For more information please contact james.clover@edmontonpolice.ca

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Kule Theatre, Robbins Health Learning Centre

MacEwan University

10910 104 Avenue NW

Edmonton, Alberta

Canada

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