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Domestic Homicide in Canada, EVA Notes

EVA BC is currently involved in a five-year project, Canadian Domestic Homicide Prevention Initiative with Vulnerable Populations (CDHPIVP), which is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). The focus of the CDHPIVP project is to … Continue reading

EVA E-News, February 2018

This edition of the EVA E-News featured a team of our Be More Than a Bystander leaders meeting up with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the Grey Cup Game held in Ottawa on November 26, 2017.  There was also information … Continue reading

EVA BC Newsletter, Fall 2017

The Fall 2017 newsletter was released in November in conjunction with the EVA BC Annual Training Forum. It features highlights from ATF keynote speakers Jan Ference, Vikki Reynolds, and RCMP Deputy Commissioner Brenda Butterworth-Carr. There is also an article from … Continue reading

Risk Identification, EVA Notes

Domestic violence related homicides account for 1 in 5 murders in Canada. On average, one woman is murdered by her partner every 6 days. And yet, domestic violence homicides are one of the most preventable of homicides. Risk identification is … Continue reading

Vicarious Trauma and Resilience, EVA Notes

Anti-violence workers are largely aware of the existence of vicarious trauma, or VT, and the impacts it can have on helpers who are indirectly exposed to traumatic events through emotionally engaging with and hearing the stories of their clients. This … Continue reading

EVA E-News, August 2017

The August 2017 edition of EVA E-News featured information about our upcoming Annual Training Forum, Advancing Safety Through Connection and Community. It also shared new Third Party Reporting (TPR) resources that are available on our website, welcomed new EVA staffer … Continue reading

EVA BC Newsletter, Spring 2017

The Spring 2017 edition features an article, Siloes, Multiple Proceedings and Rights: Justice Reforms Needed Now in Domestic Violence Cases, contributed by The Honourable Donna Martinson Q.C. and Professor Emerita Margaret Jackson. In addition to updates on EVA BC initiatives, other … Continue reading