The Ending Violence Association of BC (EVA BC) is pleased to announce the launch of the Emergency Sexual Assault Response Services Grant Program. This $10-million, multi-year initiative will support the delivery of coordinated, community-based, emergency sexual assault response services from … Continue reading
On June 4, 2020, EVA BC made the decision to pause social media. Please find the original statement below:
EVA BC has created a COVID-19 Workplace Health, Safety and Wellness Plan to inform our agency’s safe return to work. We hope you find this document helpful as a resource to support your own workplace safety – COVID-19 Workplace Health, Safety … Continue reading
Please find this COVID-19 Fact Sheet – we hope it is a helpful resource that you may print and post at your workplace, use as a reference guide, or serves as a resource for workplaces developing COVID-19 Workplace Safety Policies: … Continue reading
Shaw Communications and Rogers are stepping up to support increased safety for women and individuals facing gender-based violence throughout BC by providing complimentary cellular phones along with voice and data plans to the Ending Violence Association of British Columbia (EVA … Continue reading
Please find this EVA BC Info Bulletin published June 2020 on Privacy Tips for Anti-Violence Advocates Working From Home.
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.
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
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