ADVAS respects the victims we serve by offering a compassionate response to the trauma experienced: providing emotional support, practical assistance, information on victim’s rights and the referrals necessary to help reduce the negative impact of victimization.
Court support and accompaniment for victims of crime is also available.
ACTS is a non-profit, charitable organization with the mission of transforming conflict to cooperation.
In September 1998, the Community Conferencing Association of Edmonton was formed with the support of the Edmonton Police Service and a number of other community organizations.
In the 1960s, there was a big “Welcome to Wrocław” neon at the train station.
Aside from its default function, it also bade welcome to the initiated, encouraging them to explore what lay beneath the layer of modernity, among the ruins, in the shady realms of the underground.
The concept of Wrocław as a fortress is an echo of the last days of Hitler’s “Festung Breslau.” The city was supposedly one of the last to surrender, long after the fall of Berlin. The town having been declared a "fortress" from February 1945 (encircled by Red Army) to the surrender on .