Notes - Social Challenges: Gender

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Notes:

1Unless otherwise specified, the information in this section is from Statistics Canada. Children and youth in Canada. Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, Profile Series, 2001. Available online at: http://www.statcan.ca/english/freepub/85F0033MIE/85F0033MIE01005.pdf

2Statistics Canada. Women in Canada. Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, Profile Series, 2001. Available online at: http://www.statcan.ca/english/freepub/85F0033MIE/85F0033MIE01010.pdf

3Dell, C.A. “Female young offenders in Canada: Revised edition,” in Forum on Corrections Research, 13(2). Ottawa: Correctional Service of Canada, 2001.

4Factors Affecting Saskatoon’s Crime Rates, 2003.

5McClelland, Susan. “Sugar and spice no more,” in Maclean’s, July 21, 2003.

6Ibid.

7United Nations Economic and Social Council. Guidelines for the prevention of crime. 11th Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. New York: ECOSOC, 2002.

8International Centre for the Prevention of Crime. 100 crime prevention programs to inspire action across the world. Montreal: ICPC, 1999.

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