As Harvey Weinstein’s trial process began in New York this week, Stephen Quinn from CBC Radio‘s Early Edition interviewed EVA BC’s Executive Director Tracy Porteous to talk about the impacts of the #MeToo movement outside the entertainment industry: The Early … Continue reading
Tracy Porteous, Executive Director of the Ending Violence Association of BC and Genesa Greening, president and CEO of BC Women’s Health Foundation, sat down with CTV News to talk about Changing Perceptions and We Can All Help, two initiatives aimed … Continue reading
We are so excited to be delivering a Be More Than A Bystander presentation on June 1 at 6pm in Vancouver! Free and open to public, the presentation is part of The Longhouse Dialogues, a Women Deliver Mobilization-satellite event from May … Continue reading
This Hope Standard article spotlights a recent visit by our Be More Than A Bystander Program to Hope Secondary School – BC Lions tackle big topics at Hope Secondary School.
This Dawson Creek Mirror article spotlights a recent trip by our Be More Than a Bystander Program in Dawson Creek – BC Lions come to DC to speak up on violence against women.
B.C. Federation of Labour president Laird Cronk attended a recent Be More Than A Bystander training session for men, through the B.C. Centre for Women in the Trades, delivered in partnership between EVA BC and the BC Lions. In this … Continue reading
This article from the Delta Optimist spotlights a recent visit by our Be More Than A Bystander Program to South Delta Secondary: Lions tell SDSS students not to be a bystander.
The BC Lions have announced a donation of nearly $10,000 to the Ending Violence Association of British Columbia, from the proceeds of the latest edition of the Felions Dance Team calendar that was sold at all home games and various … Continue reading
The CFL Awards took place on November 22nd, 2018. BC Lions and Be More Than A Bystander spokesperson, Rolly Lumbala, was awarded the 2018 Jake Gaudaur Veterans’ Award, which honours Rolly’s perseverance, comradeship, and service to his community. Huge congratulations to … Continue reading
“It’s a small percentage of men who commit these acts of violence…but we need the vast majority to start speaking up now and that’s what this is all about.” – JR LaRose speaking about our #BeMoreThanABystander program during Grey Cup week: Former CFL … Continue reading