A Global News segment about NFL star Ray Rice’s suspension after a graphic surveillance video surfaced, appearing to show him assaulting a woman who is now his wife. The NFL knew about the assault, which happened back in February, but … Continue reading
EVA BC and BC Lions are thrilled to present Be More Than A Bystander at the third annual Women’s Safety Fair on July 5, 2014, 11am-4pm at the Trout Lake Community Centre, held by the Vancouver Police Department and community partners. Angus … Continue reading
CBC’s Stephen Quinn interviewed EVA BC’s Legal Analyst Gisela Ruebsaat about the recent incidents of domestic violence in BC on May 12, 2014. Interview starts at 1:40:06 on the CBC On The Coast website.
An article from The Province – “When it comes to signing high-profile players, pro football teams take a close look at their off-field lives”. Read the full article: Decision time for B.C. Lions- Balancing talent with trouble.
An article from Punjabi Patrika about the Be More Than A Bystander Initiative, the new videos, and renewed funding: Campaign Helps Change Attitudes and Prevent Violence.
Unfiltered with Jill Krop examines a YouTube video titled “Public Rape Experiment”, which focusses on the reaction of bystanders to a potential sexual assault. Recorded in a public washroom, the bystanders were in fact reacting to a staged audio recording. … Continue reading
A series of clips and interviews from the Be More Than A Bystander April 16th Press Conference via BC Daily Buzz: Part 1 – General clips from the Press Conference Part 2 – Clip from an interview with Minister Shirley Bond. Part 3 – … Continue reading
An article by CNKW News: Be More Than a Bystander campaign gets more funding from BC government.
First Call BC spotlights our Be More Than A Bystander initiative: 8 new Be More Than a Bystander videos encourage people to speak up and end violence against women.
A CTV News Article about recent criticisms of a nightclub’s decision to theme an event ‘Pimps N Hos’, in the middle of Prevention of Violence Against Women Week. The article also mentions the Be More Than A Bystander campaign press … Continue reading