Your questions answered

Here you will be able to find information related to our event. As more information becomes available for us to share, we will add more questions and answers here. If you have a question we haven’t answered yet, please email us at atf@endingviolence.org.

Registration will open in June.

Member (early bird) = $280 
Member (standard) = $300 
Non-member (early bird) = $325 
Non-member (standard) = $375 

Registration rates are subject to Eventbrite service and processing fees, which will be added to each ticket. 

Please note: you do not need a promo code to receive the member rate. The discounted tickets are a membership benefit. If your organization is an EVA BC core member and you work in an STVC, STV ORS, MORS, CBVS, or SAS program, please select the discounted member ticket during registration. If you have questions about your program’s membership, please connect with programsupport@endingviolence.org.

To be eligible for a member discount, your program (STVC, STV ORS, MORS, CBVS) must be a member of our association. EVA BC has three categories of membership: core, affiliate and associate members. All categories of membership are eligible for our membership rate. 

*To become a member, see our membership page here. 

Yes, travel bursaries are available for core member programs. There are eligibility requirements to apply for a bursary. Please visit our bursary requests page for all the information you need to know, and for the application form. If have any further questions regarding bursaries, please contact atf@endingviolence.org. 
 
If you are a presenter looking for travel subsidies, please reach out to the ATF team at atf@endingviolence.org. 

EVA BC’s 2024 Annual Training Forum (ATF) will be held at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre. Hotel accommodation for our participants is $349/night plus taxes. 

Please note that a charge of $30/per person will apply for triple or quadruple occupancy. 

Payment options to register for our ATF are Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. If this is a barrier for you, please email us at atf@endingviolence.org. 

For this year’s Annual Training Forum, we  offer a two-day ticket only. You can attend for one day, but unfortunately we are unable to split the ticket cost. 

EVA BC has historically hosted our ATF in November. Since 2023, we  schedule our Annual Training Forum in September, as anti-violence workers have identified that the weather in the early fall makes their travel less challenging. 

If you’ve attended our in-person Annual Training Forum (ATF) before, you may notice some changes. 

After the COVID-19 pandemic — and other experiences — we were reminded of the importance of networking and wellness, and so have tried to build that more purposefully into our ATF. 

We hope this ATF is an opportunity to learn, connect with peers, and take time to recognize the work we all do in supporting survivors. 

No, unfortunately not.  Due to financial constraints, we have decided not to offer a hybrid option this year. 

For those who can’t attend in person, we will record the keynote speaker and you can view her speech on our YouTube channel after the ATF.

Yes, if you would like to transfer your ticket to a colleague, please email atf@endingviolence.org to request a transfer and our team will work with you to explore your options. 

Refunds are allowed up to 30 days before the event starts through the event platform (Eventbrite). 

When purchasing your ticket, there will be fees that are non-refundable, as they are part of Eventbrite’s fees. Registrants will not be refunded for those costs. Please see your confirmation email from Eventbrite to get information on the refund process.  

If you wish to refund your ticket less than 30 days prior to the event, please email atf@endingviolence.org to request a refund. 

This year, EVA BC has decided to focus on Community Coordination. Join us to develop skills around:

  • Building and maintaining cross-sector partnerships
  • Best practices in community coordination; and
  • Strengthening collaboration to address systemic issues, advance social justice, and improve responses to gender-based violence. 

In line with our theme this year, we wanted to create an image representing the work that cross-sectoral partners and organizations do to support survivors.  

The trees in the image represent the systems and structures in place, growing and weaving themselves together. The leaves in the trees represent the different survivors that these systems support.