Local 1518 of the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) has generously donated $20,000 to Ending Violence Association of BC (EVA BC) to help EVA BC purchase and distribute personal protective equipment to anti-violence workers across the province to help … Continue reading
Visions Magazine’s latest edition is focussed on workplace harassment and bullying. EVA BC’s Misha Dhillon and MOSAIC’s Ninu Kang contributed an article for the edition: Gender-Based Violence and Harassment in the Workplace: Working together to create safer workplaces and communities.
This Global News article focusses on the pandemic within a pandemic, and how to talk about it: Coronavirus, N.S. Mass Shooting Put Spotlight on Domestic Violence. In the article, Kristi Yuris, EVA BC’s Program Manager says “[s]urvivors who are in … Continue reading
EVA BC’s Community Coordination for Women’s Safety program (CCWS) recently developed a Backgrounder on Sexual Assault Coordination Initiatives. This resource is intended to give organizations an overview of sexual assault coordination, including its history, its importance, and its benefits. This … Continue reading
The Government of BC announced earlier this week $10 million to support the delivery and co-ordinated emergency sexual assault response services in BC. Please find a selection of media spotlighting this new 3-year Grant Program. Radio: Interview with Tracy Porteous … Continue reading
EVA BC’s Community Coordination for Women’s Safety (CCWS) team is pleased to share Sexual Violence Safety and Risk (SVSR) Guiding Principles, written and developed by Gisela Ruebsaat with the support of others at CCWS and in consultation with several experts. The SVSR Guiding … Continue reading
EVA BC’s Executive Director Tracy Porteous was interviewed by Bernadine Fox on Vancouver Co-Op Radio’s Both Sides Now for an in-depth conversation about domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse in the context of COVID-19 – COVID19 & Domestic Violence.
The Provincial Government announced this morning $10 million to support the delivery and co-ordinated emergency sexual assault response services in BC. The Ending Violence Association of BC has received funding to administer this 3-year grant program, in collaboration with the … Continue reading
This page will be updated on an ongoing basis. Bulletins Are You Worried About Increasing Violence at Home During COVID-19? Are You Worried About Someone’s Safety During COVID-19? Staying Resilient During COVID-19 Are You Or Do You Know a Woman … Continue reading
This article from The Province features an interview with Marcie Moriarty, Chief Prevention and Enforcement Officer with the BC SPCA, who talks about the increase in requests for emergency boarding, a service the group offers for women fleeing domestic violence, … Continue reading