International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC)

465 St-Jean Street, Suite 803
Montreal, Quebec
H2Y 2R6
Canada

The International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC) is an international forum for national governments, local authorities, public agencies, specialized institutions, and non-governmental organizations to exchange experience, consider emerging knowledge, and improve policies and programmes in crime prevention and community safety. The ICPC monitors developments, provides direct assistance to members, and contributes to public knowledge and understanding in the field. ICPC's actions are inspired by the United Nations Guidelines for the Prevention of Crime. It seeks to enhance awareness of, and access to, its international knowledge base on prevention and human safety policies and intervention; promote the implementation of best practices and tools enhancing community safety; facilitate rewarding international exchanges between countries and cities, and the justice system and civil society associations; and provide technical assistance and facilitate expert interaction.

VPA focal person

Vivien Carli
Analyst
Telephone: +1 (514) 288 6731
Fax: +1 (514) 288 8763
Email: vcarli@crime-prevention-intl.org









Vivien Carli is an Analyst at the International Centre for the Prevention of Crime, a position she has held since 2008. In her current position, Ms. Carli is responsible for collaborating with UN-HABITAT and UNODC on several projects, such as the Youth Source Book, the organization of the upcoming 12th UN Congress Workshop 3 "Practical Approaches to Urban Crime Prevention", and the International Report. Ms Carli is currently developing ICPC’s relations with the public health sector and health-related organizations and initiatives, and building an area of research at ICPC concerning the collaboration between the prevention of crime and violence and public health.

She earned an MA in Medical Sociology at McGill University, and an Honours Bachelor’s Degree in International Development and Economics at McGill University. Her research focused on HIV/AIDS and the perception of risk, and violence against women and children in Kenya and Malawi. She has worked internationally and locally in Montreal, Quebec, in health institutions, and non-governmental organizations. She has been involved in setting up a girl-child reproductive education program and HIV/AIDS peer-education project in the Central Province, Kenya.

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