This month, the ICPC welcomed a new employee: Janny Montinat.
Janny, Research Assistant, has a master’s in international law and politics from the Université du Québec à Montréal. Through working on many projects, she has gained experience in multilateral cooperation, digital rights, and personal data protection in Africa. Moreover, she is particularly interested in citizen engagement, public policy analysis, and issues related to human mobility. Welcome to the team!
On December 9th, the ICPC team had the opportunity to meet and to exchange with the new members of the Board of Directors.
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In early December, the ICPC welcomed a new employee: Claude Pilon.
Claude, Analyst, has a master’s in political science from the Université du Québec à Montréal and is experienced in governance-related research. She is particularly interested in issues linking gender and citizen involvement, in critical theories and approaches to development, and in collective and urban resilience.
The ICPC is looking to hire a Research assistant. Their tasks will include supporting the project manager in identifying and reviewing scientific literature, grey literature, reports, working papers, and strategic plans, reviewing, analyzing, and describing news and events related to the prevention of crime and radicalization leading to violence, and assisting in the development of the ICPC’s knowledge base. They will be expected to collaborate in the collection and analysis of data, participate in the writing of reports and studies, and participate in the organization of conferences, international seminars, and other events.
The deadline to apply is November 30th, 2021. Applications closed.
The ICPC is looking for an Analyst in Urban Safety. Their job will include contributing to the development and implementation of various urban safety projects and taking charge of the collection and analysis of data related to their designated projects. They will be expected to contribute to the development of innovative practices in urban safety and multi-stakeholder participation and co-construction processes and to proactively participate in the development of the organization by providing scientific and technical input to the ICPC team.
The deadline for applying is November 30th, 2021. Applications closed.
In early November, we welcomed a new employee to the ICPC: Rose Germain.
Rose, Research Assistant Intern, is in her last year of a bachelor’s degree in psychology (Laval University) and has experience working with youth. Indeed, she has worked for Entraide Jeunesse Québec as a facilitator of a support group for teenage volunteers with anxiety disorders.
She will support the team in its role in the Réseau d’échange et de soutien aux actions locales (RÉSAL). Welcome!
In early September, we welcomed a new employee to the ICPC: Florilène Cornier.
Florilène, analyst and project officer, holds a double master’s degree in political science (Sciences Po Aix) and urban planning (University of Montreal) and is actively interested in issues related to improving citizens’ living environment and strengthening their capacity to act on their environment.
With the ICPC, she will be specialized in urban management and multi-stakeholder participation. Welcome!
At the beginning of July, we welcomed two new employees to the ICPC: Melissa Champagne and Sonia Ouimet.
Melissa, research assistant, holds a bachelor’s degree in criminology, intervention profile, from the Université de Montréal and is currently completing a master’s in criminology in criminological analysis. She is doing her master’s project on the effects of the pandemic on police interrogation results.
Sonia, research assistant intern, is doing a master’s with thesis in criminology at the Université de Montréal. She has worked in halfway houses with people with criminal records and with the Montreal CAVAC team working on sexual exploitation.
They will mainly be working on a criminality report for the city of Montreal and on supporting the ICPC’s technical assistance projects. Welcome!
At the end of the month of May, it was our pleasure to welcome two new communications interns to the ICPC: Miriam Blair and Adriana Gonzalez.
Miriam is finishing her bachelor’s degree in International Studies and Modern Languages at Laval University with a focus on communications. She is interested in furthering international cooperation on crime that transcends borders, especially human trafficking.
Adriana is currently completing a bachelor’s degree in Communications and Public Relations at the University of Quebec in Montreal. She is particularly interested in the development of communication strategies within public organizations.
They will be working together with our Communications Manager to develop the ICPC’s communications strategies in crime prevention and to bring you more news from us across all our platforms (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube). Welcome to our team!