The courage to understand and take action

Guide to the phenomenon of bullying

With its expertise and presence in seven Montreal neighbourhoods, Pact de rue has just published a guide on bullying. The street workers of this Montreal NPO, girls and boys, are well aware of the problems associated with this issue among both the aggressors and the aggressees. It was on the basis of this direct experience that they were able to deconstruct the phenomenon and, with the financial support of the Ministère de la Famille du Québec, produce a guide for all youth intervenors, particularly in the school setting. (more…)


In Mongolia, the Association of Parents with Disabled Children (APDC) has been implementing a Mentor Parents Program since 2010 with the financial support of FDG. APDC organizes training for mentor parents to improve their skills and knowledge about children rights, human dignity, legislation and policy changes, while participating in various social activities. The Mentor Parents focus on supporting families who need guidance for the well-being of disabled children, they provide comprehensive information about child disability, state welfare law to the parents and help parents (more…)

When I have housework and the kids are annoying, I put on music and dance with them at the same time; we all have fun!

One from the heart

A partner distinguish himself

Cycling with Bon Courage

From Place Benoît in the City of Saint-Laurent, 30 young people, aged 12 to 17 from roughly 10 countries, cycled 250 km around Lac Saint-Jean. This cycling tour challenge, organized by the Centre Bon Courage, seeks to enable young people to step outside their usual living environment in order to engage in a great sports and human adventure. Having that experience subsequently enables them to find the strength and courage to deal with hardship.