EVA BC’s Executive Director Tracy Porteous was interviews by Gender Focus on the Be More Than a Bystander Program – BC Lions Urge Men to “Be More Than a Bystander” to end Violence Against Women.
The Community Safety and Crime Prevention Awards 2012 For Outstanding Contributions Towards Crime Prevention and Community Safety in British Columbia was presented by The Ministry of Justice and the BC Crime Prevention Association on Friday, November 2, 2012. EVA BC received the Ministry of Justice ‘Crime Prevention and Community … Continue reading
British Columbia’s Association of Broadcaster’s Fall “Update” on Be More Than a Bystander: EVA BC creating allies and agents for positive change.
UBC Public Affairs article about the UBC Thunderbird football team and the university’s Access and Diversity office partnership with the Be More Than A Bystander campaign – Don’t Be a Passive Witness.
BC Lions welcome BCGEU to roster of “Be More Than a Bystander” partners. Read the press release.
BCGEU Website article – BCGEU and BC Lions Join Forces to Break The Silence on Violence Against Women.
Vancouver Sun article – Team Steps Up to Stop Violence.
CFUV’s “Women on Air” program features an interview with our Indigenous Communities Program Manager, Bev Jacobs. Listen to Beverly speak about her anti-violence work within Indigenous communities in BC here.
Article by Canada NewsWire – Minister Ambrose Congratulates Scotiabank Game Changer Award Recipient Tracy Porteous. Thank you Minister Ambrose!
Article by Penticton Western News – South Okanagan witnesses spike in violence against women.