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.
A Project of the BC Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support (BC CEAS) The BC Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support (BC CEAS), with funding from the Ministry of Justice, Victim Service & Crime Prevention Division, has begun work on … Continue reading
Embracing the Families, an online fundraiser, is a new initiative to raise funds to support the families of missing and murdered women. In efforts to raise awareness and encourage donations, a social media campaign entitled, “Stop the Silence” has been … Continue reading
Got Consent? clothing is part of an awareness-raising campaign by the AMS Sexual Assault Support Centre (SASC) located at the Point Grey campus of the University of British Columbia. The campaign touches upon the necessity for consent to be present … Continue reading
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.
British Columbia Association of Broadcasters awarded EVA BC and the BC Lions the BC a Humanitarian Award on May 11th, 2012. Read about it at NW Sports Beat.