The CPP Canadian Study Tour was an exciting, ten day event that brought together Law Enforcement and policy officials from Brazil, Thailand and Canada from October 24 to November 3, 2010, in Ottawa, Edmonton, and Victoria, Canada.
With the help of conference call techonology, on December 9th, CPP Brazil Project Manager, Luiz Rossi, Emilia Bretan (Project Coordinator), and representatives of the Paramitas Institute, Claudia Stippe, Teresa Jordão and Mary Grace, had the opportunity to connect with Matthew Johnson from Canada's Media Awareness Network about a project idea that includes the creation of 2 online games that will help self-educate children and adolescents about ICT risks
CPP Brazil has been invited to present a Law Enforcement Working Group at the Intersectoral Comission Committee to address sexual violence against children and adolescents, lead by the National Secretariat of Human Rights.
As a follow-up to the November 5th meeting, on December 6th, a second meeting was held at the Executive Secretary office of the Ministry of Justice in Brasilia (Brazil) to present a CPP Brazil Project update, Federal Police's CENAPOL project (inspired from RCMP NCECC) and a letter with ideas for CPP projects&
CPP Global Program Manager, Chris Yeomans and CPP Thailand Project Manager Jamnan Panpatama have been meeting with Plan Thailand’s staff in Bangkok, this week and last, to further integrate operational processes and procedures as the IICRD and Plan Thailand partnership continues to grow in South East Asia.
CPP Global Project Manager Chris Yeomens and CPP Thailand Project Manager Jamnan Panpatama met with Canadian Study Tour Law Enforcement officers and senior goverment officials last week in Thailand to share in a reunion dinner, following the Study Tour that ended in Canada in early November 2010.