“You don’t have to be a BC Lion to be more than a bystander.” We are thrilled to share 8 new videos that focus how being more than a bystander is something everyone can do. The Be More Than a … Continue reading
In March 2014, EVA BC developed a submission to the Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness and the Department of Justice in response to their call for input on pending RCMP regulation amendments that address the long-standing issue of … Continue reading
ICAT (Interagency Case Assessment Team) Orientation Presentation. To view and edit the presentation, please click the following link: ICAT Orientation Presentation. For a copy of the presentation, please contact EVA BC at (604) 633-2506.
On December 17 2013, CBC’s The Current ran a show about smartphone apps designed to help keep women safe. The show, which you can listen to here, included a profile of the SOS Response app that we launched in partnership with … Continue reading
Safety Planning Across Culture and Community: A Guide for Front Line Violence Against Women Responders This new and innovative educational resource informs anti-violence workers and social service practitioners about lethality risk and safety factors for diverse populations. Developed by EVA BC, … Continue reading
This new and innovative educational resource informs anti-violence workers and social service practitioners about lethality risk and safety factors for diverse populations.
Click here to visit our 2013 Annual Training and Prevention Symposium page. The forum, “Breaking the Silence: A Violence Against Women Prevention and Response Symposium” takes place on November 28th and 29th, 2013. A Pre-Symposium Training Day: “Family Law and … Continue reading
On June 6, 2013, EVA BC Executive Director Tracy Porteous delivered a presentation to a session of the House of Commons Special Committee on Violence Against Indigenous Women that was held in Vancouver, BC. Following is the content of that … Continue reading
An Article by the Vancouver Sun about our new SOS App: Mobile app links women at risk with alarm system.
On September 22, 2011, Vancouver City Council issued the report Preventing Sexual Exploitation and Protecting Vulnerable Adults & Neighbourhoods Affected by Sex Work: A Comprehensive Approach and Action Plan. To download a copy of the city’s report, click here » … Continue reading