The ICPC welcomes a new communications assistant

During the month of June, it was our pleasure to welcome a new communications assistant to the ICPC: Nina Perez. 

Nina is currently completing a bachelor’s degree in Communications, Politics and Society at the University of Quebec in Montreal. Before joining the team, she interned with the Green Party of Quebec as a communications officer. She also interned for the ACAT Canada as a coordinator.  

She will be working on the development of 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! 

A new Research Assistant joins the team

In May 2022, the ICPC welcomed a new employee to the team: Alexis St-Maurice. 

Alexis, Research Assistant, holds a Master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Montreal with a specialization in Canadian and Quebec political institutions. Before joining the team, Alexis previously worked as a Research Assistant on partisan discipline at the National Assembly in France and the Canadian Senate. He is particularly interested in issues related to safety discourses as well as the social history of ideas in Quebec and prohibition issues in Canada and Quebec in the 19th and 20th centuries. Welcome to the team! 

Job offer: Research Assistant – Urban Safety

The ICPC is looking to hire a Research Assistant – Urban Safety. 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 urban safety and crime prevention, designing and implementing the consultation and citizen participation projects related to urban safety and the prevention of violence and crime, develop innovative practices in urban safety and processes of participation and multi-stakeholder co-construction and develop the knowledge base of practices, tools and strategies for members of the ICPC and its partners. 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 May 31, 2022. *Applications are now closed.

To see the full job offer: Research Assistant – Urban Safety

A new ICPC intern

In January 2022, the ICPC welcomed a new employee to the team: Eva Croci.

Eva, Research Assistant Intern, is currently doing her master’s in international public policy at Sherbrooke University. As part of her studies, she is doing a supervised project on Western far-right terrorism with the UNESCO Chair in Prevention of Radicalisation and Violent Extremism, an ICPC partner. She gained experience as a research assistant at Sherbrooke University where she worked on issues related to terrorism and cybercrime. As part of her internship, she will work especially on projects with a focus on the prevention of the glorification of firearms on social media.

A new intern at the ICPC

In early January, the ICPC welcomed a new member to its team: Mavrick Langlois.

Mavrick, Research Assistant Intern, is currently in his third and last year of a bachelor’s degree in Criminology at the Université de Montréal, Analysis profile. He has experience as a research assistant from the International Centre for Comparative Criminology and also works part time as a case management assistant at the Société de criminology du Québec. As part of his internship, he will work on violence prevention in a school environment. Welcome Mavrick!

A new employee joins the ICPC

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!

A new employee joins the ICPC Team

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.

Job offer: Research assistant

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.

Job offer: Analyst – Urban safety

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.