Today we are excited and grateful for the continued support of the Be More Than A Bystander program by the BC Government, Minister Shirley Bond, Minister Stephanie Cadieux, Encana, the BC Federation of Labour, the BC Lions, and the entire … Continue reading
EVA BC Annual Training Forum 2014 November 6 & 7, 2014 Annual General Meeting November 8, 2014 Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel, Richmond, BC Please look for registration info in September.
This CCWS Information Bulletin – Third Party Reporting of Sexual Assault; March 2014 – provides background and current updates related to Third Party Reporting in BC. Third Party Reports are reports sent to a police department by an intermediary community … Continue reading
This Interagency Case Assessment Teams information brochure can be used as a template for your organization’s ICAT. Download file (word document)
We are proud and thrilled to share with you a series of new resources we have launched today. EVA BC has been extremely busy over the last three years working on many fronts, including advancing awareness of violence against women … Continue reading
Be More Than A Bystander – A Violence Against Women And Girls (VAWG) Prevention Program: Lessons Learned And Best Practices Identified. This new set of violence prevention best practices is an overview and analysis of the lessons learned and best … Continue reading
“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