JIBC students, graduates and faculty share their perspectives on what makes attending JIBC a unique post-secondary experience. The video showcases the breadth of justice and public safety education programs, academic credentials, and applied research supported by the Institute, all built on a foundation of hands-on, experiential learning.
TEDxJIBC was a local, independently organized event to be held on June 5, 2019 at the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) campus in New Westminster, BC, Canada.
Our theme for this event was "Small Ripples, Big Waves." The diverse group of people present learned from one another, both as speakers and as attendees, and left the event driven to creatively improve our collective future.
We aimed to provide a platform where members of the JIBC community will be inspired and have the opportunity to inspire others.
The JIBC Health Sciences Division is at the forefront of changes in health sciences education and training. By providing experiential learning in the latest techniques to paramedics, physicians, nurses and allied health professionals, we help to build a comprehensive system of care.
The Foundation supports the Justice Institute of British Columbia by raising funds to provide scholarships and bursaries and funding research opportunities, as well as purchasing equipment and other tools for learning.
The School of Health, Community & Social Justice provides the experiential learning and interdisciplinary programs and courses to help prepare students and professionals to contribute to the health, safety and wellbeing of others at work, at home and in the community.
The Centre for Applied Research has a vision of establishing the Justice Institute of British Columbia as the lead justice and public safety research institution in Canada, helping keep communities safe through an active applied research agenda engaging first responders, first receivers, practitioners, policy makers, stakeholders and services users.