This new and innovative educational resource informs anti-violence workers and social service practitioners about lethality risk and safety factors for diverse populations.
The Vancouver Sun discusses the misogynist chants from UBC’s Sauder School of Business students during frosh initiation and the culture within that community. To read more, click here.
Click here to visit our 2013 Annual Training and Prevention Symposium page. The forum, “Breaking the Silence: A Violence Against Women Prevention and Response Symposium” takes place on November 28th and 29th, 2013. A Pre-Symposium Training Day: “Family Law and … Continue reading
The Province article – Lions in the Community: Be More Than a Bystander.
A CBC article: UBC Frosh Week Triggers Trauma of Sexual Violence
EVA BC responds to federal government’s announcement about new legislation to better protect children from sexual exploitation – EVA BC Media Release
Vancouver Desi article: Surrey’s Project to Combat Domestic Violence Backed by B.C. Lions
BC Lions Director of Community Relations Jamie Taras, spoke to Co-op Radio 100.5FM about the Be More Than a Bystander Initiative and why men should speak up. Many thanks to Vancouver Co-op Radio 100.5FM for allowing us to share the … Continue reading
CBC Article: Surrey, B.C., Targets Domestic Violence with Rakhi Project
On June 6, 2013, EVA BC Executive Director Tracy Porteous delivered a presentation to a session of the House of Commons Special Committee on Violence Against Indigenous Women that was held in Vancouver, BC. Following is the content of that … Continue reading