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Welcome to PREVNet

Canada’s Healthy Relationships Hub

PREVNet is a national research and knowledge mobilization hub that brings together researchers and national organizations to build research capacity, assess youth relationship problems including bullying and dating violence, and promote evidence-based programs and effective policies across Canada to address and reduce youth interpersonal violence and promote healthy relationships.

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 We are pleased to announce that Dr. Deinera Exner-Cortens will join PREVNet (Promoting Relationships and Eliminating Violence Network) as Scientific Co-Director.   Learn more
In the wake of the tragedy in Kamloops, we offer our deepest condolences, support, and solidarity to Indigenous communities. PREVNet is committed to addressing the systemic racism and oppression that puts Indigenous youth at a higher risk of violence. See our full statement. Learn more
In his webinar Promoting Healthy Relationships and Preventing Racial Bullying, Samuel Kim, Queen’s University PhD candidate, examines racial bullying during the COVID-19 pandemic and how we can provide youth with evidence-based strategies to stand up to bullying. Now available on YouTube. Learn more
PREVNet is excited to bring together four of Canada’s leading researchers in bullying and violence prevention to share their knowledge on these important topics. Learn more
PREVNet is excited to have launched the new Addressing Youth Dating Violence website! Explore the many evidence-based resources and tools. Available in both French and English. Learn more
PREVNet’s Healthy Relationships Training Module (HRTM) gives adults the training they need to help young people develop healthy social skills. The HRTM is now available for FREE online. Learn more

Canada’s Healthy Relationships Hub

PREVNet is a national research and knowledge mobilization hub that brings together researchers and national organizations to build research capacity, assess youth relationship problems including bullying and dating violence, and promote evidence-based programs and effective policies across Canada to address and reduce youth interpersonal violence and promote healthy relationships.

Learn more about PREVNet

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