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Canadian Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse, Knowledge Sharing Project

The Canadian Centre for Elder Law has been contracted by the Canadian Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse (CNPEA) to coordinate their knowledge-sharing work.

The CNPEA is a national, non-profit organization focused on elder abuse prevention and response. They:

  • Connect people and organizations;
  • Foster the exchange of reliable information; and
  • Advance program and policy development on issues related to preventing abuse of older adults

Founded in 1998, the organization is lead by a volunteer Board including members from every province and territory in Canada.

For more information see the CNPEA website.

Follow them on Twitter: @CNPEA
Suivez-nous sur Twitter en français @RCPMTA

L’information en français est disponsible sur le côté français du Site Web du RCPMTA.

Project Funding

This project was funded by the Government of Canada through Employment and Social Development Canada.

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