In this Release, the Coalition on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls calls on the BC Government to ensure a permanent, safe, affordable, and reliable transit solution in rural and remote areas to respond to the elimination of Greyhound … Continue reading
We are very excited to announce that registration for EVA BC’s Annual Training Forum: Beyond #MeToo: Supporting Survivors | Changing Culture, is now open! Register early to get into the workshops of your choice! https://evabc-atf2018.eventbrite.ca This Training Forum will build on the … Continue reading
EVA BC is looking for a Special Projects Manager to join our growing team! We are looking for someone who is passionate about advancing social change related to sexual and domestic violence, child abuse and criminal and workplace harassment; and … Continue reading
In this Letter to the Editor, EVA BC responds to a recent Globe and Mail opinion piece by Gary Mason, The Many Voices of #MeToo Yet to be Heard, about how #MeToo presents an opportunity for social change and the crucial role … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce our 3rd Annual “Be More Than a Bystander” Awards, which will be presented at EVA BC’s 2018 Annual Training Forum taking place November 15th and 16th, 2018. The awards honour dedicated community members based in … Continue reading
EVA BC’s Executive Director, Tracy Porteous, is the recipient of the Justice Canada 2018 Excellence in Victim Services Award. Thank you Justice Canada for this great award in recognition of Tracy’s work to empower victims and survivors of crime. For more information, … Continue reading
We are so pleased to share with you our new Be More Than A Bystander PSAs that are being shown at the BC Lions games this season. Please visit the playlist on our EVA BC YouTube page, which will be updated with more PSAs to come!
Please check out our 2018 Be More Than A Bystander radio PSAs featuring the BC Lions urging listers to “Break the Silence on Violence Against Women”, airing on radio stations throughout British Columbia: “We all have an important role to … Continue reading
The Metro Vancouver Transit Police launched the next phase of their ongoing campaign against sexual offending on Vancouver transit this morning, alongside representatives from partner agencies Battered Women’s Support Services, Ending Violence Association of BC, and BC Women’s Hospital, as … Continue reading
Good Night Out Vancouver have launched a mobile tool for witnesses and victims to report street harassment. This CTV article includes an interview with EVA BC’s Executive Director, Tracy Porteous: New Street Harassment Reporting Tool Launches in Vancouver.