Centre ontarien de prévention des agressions

COPA

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Description & Services
Description COPA is an award-winning leader in the field of bullying and violence prevention as well as equity and inclusive education. 
 
COPA is committed to supporting the public school sector in Ontario in creating a safe, strong, and free milieux for all children. Established in 1995, COPA is a unique organization providing educational resources for schools in Ontario. COPA is a Francophone non-profit agency with bilingual capacity. 
 
COPA is an established centre of excellence in the field of violence prevention and equity and social inclusion, and recipient of a number of prestigious awards from the Canadian and Ontario Teachers’ Federations for their significant contribution to publicly-funded education. 
 
COPA's wide variety of practical and innovative and inspiring programs and and multi-media resources are designed to reach out to all members of the school community: students, school staff, associated professionals and caregivers, and parents and guardians. These programs and resources are based on a coherent analysis and approach, recognizing that the principles of social justice, equity and inclusion are fundamental to real and positive change. COPA works for recognition of human rights - and in particular those who are vulnerable to violence and aggression.
Hours Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
Dates Office operates most of year adapting to school year schedule. Programming occurs during the school year.
Areas Served Dufferin ; Halton Region ; Ontario ; Peel Region ; All of Ontario
Eligibility Ages: 3 year(s) - 120 year(s) 
 
programming is designed for children as young as 3 and adults, too.
Fees Training: Cost of programming is covered when funding available. Purchase of service necessary when funding is not available. Cost varies according to program and size of school.  
Educational resources available when stocked free of charge (shipping cost). Available on eBoutique: infocopa.com + multiple educational websites with resources
Languages English ; French ; Some of COPA's resources are available in other languages. Our short animated capsules in WE ALL BELONG are available in DVD format in Mandarin, Spanish and Arabic. Our Indigenous projects have films in Ojibway, Cree, Oji-Cree, Oneida, Inuktitut, Michif, and Mohawk.
Contact Information
Address & Map
1326 Gerrard Street E
Toronto, ON
Canada M4L 1Z1
 
View Google Map
Site Location Riverdale Hub
Intersection Gerrard and Greenwood
Accessibility few stairs and/or ramp to office
Mailing Address c/o COPA 
PO Box M4L 1Z1 
1326 Gerrard Street E 
TORONTO, ON 
Canada M4L 1Z1
Office Phone 416-466-7490
E-Mail info@infocopa.com
Website infocopa.com
Primary Contact Randa Meshki, Executive Director, COPA; Phone: 416 466 7490; Email: randa@infocopa.com
Alternate Contact Mohini Athia, Director of Communications; Email: mohini@infocopa.com
Volunteer Coordinator Email: mohini@infocopa.com
Other Details
Print Material Wide variety of resources available in print - toolkits, storybooks, comic books, guides, films, pins, etc.
Established 1995
Funding Provincial - Ministry of Education, Ontario Women's Directorate, Ontario Teachers's Federation ; Federal - Immigration and Refugee Citizenship Canada, Foundation, Employment Canada ; Foundation - TELUS, Law Foundation of Ontario
Service Level (50) Non Profit ; (51) Registered Charity
Subjects
Subjects Advocacy groups ; Schools

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