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New BC Missing Women Network, EVA Notes

The second edition of EVA Notes provides information about the BC Missing Women Network launched in October 2015 by Ending Violence Association of BC in partnership with the RCMP “E” Division’s Missing Persons Centre and Surrey Women’s Centre. Download EVA … Continue reading

What Is New With ICAT? EVA Notes

EVA BC is proud to introduce the first edition of  EVA Notes: A recurring series of notes on gender-based violence.  EVA Notes will be a series of two-page briefing notes intended to inform and direct anti-violence workers on timely and complex issues. … Continue reading

CCWS News Bulletin, October 2015

This CCWS News Bulletin, October 2015 features an article detailing Nisga’a Nation efforts to end sexual and domestic violence, a welcome to new CCWS Regional Coordinator Brooke McLardy and capacity building highlights for the first half of 2015, along with … Continue reading

CCWS News Bulletin, March 2015

This CCWS News Bulletin, March 2015 features information about the regional ICAT training recently held in the Northwest, an update on the activities of the Third Party Reporting Work Team and other capacity building highlights in communities throughout BC. Download … Continue reading

CCWS News Bulletin, October 2014

This CCWS News Bulletin, October 2014 features information on the Premier’s Award to the North Okanagan ICAT, a recent workshop held in Haida Gwaii, as well as updates on other capacity building highlights.  It also contains updates on the work … Continue reading

CCWS News Bulletin, March 2014

This CCWS News Bulletin, March 2014 features information on Third Party Reporting of Sexual Assault, as well as updates on emerging trends and issues, VAWIR committee conference calls, the Provincial Working Group and new CCWS resources. Please note this is … Continue reading

Third Party Reporting of Sexual Assault

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