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Considerations for Sexual Assault Coordination

Updated from 2002 original version. This Information Bulletin will help coordination initiatives discuss the integration of sexual assault case tracking, monitoring, and best practice development into their work. Download file (pdf)

Building Partnerships to End Violence Against Women

A Practical Guide for Rural and Isolated Communities. Includes practical tips for building partnerships as well as a section of exercises and handouts that can be copied and used by community groups. Download file (pdf)  

Coordination Workplan

This document suggests basic tasks for coordination initiatives to take on that will help focus and direct the work of the initiative. Can be used by new initiatives or by initiatives that need to examine and/or refocus their work. Download file (pdf)

Orientation Package

Produced by the Abbotsford/Mission VAWIR Coordination Committee This package is an example of a comprehensive orientation package for new members that can be used as a model by other coordination initiatives.  Download file (pdf)

Consensus Decision Making

Information for coordination initiatives on consensus decision making. Download file (pdf)

Member Responsibilities

Sample form that outlines responsibilities of members of coordination initiatives; to be signed by members. Download file (pdf)

Mission Statement and Objectives

Ideas for mission statement and objectives, to be used as a starting place for coordination initiatives. Download file (pdf)

Protocols for Coordination Initiatives

Sample protocols that can be used by coordination initiatives to outline the way each community service involved in the initiative will respond to sexual assault and violence against women in relationships. Download file (pdf)

Tracking Process for Coordination Initiatives

A sample process designed to identify problems and gaps in service providers’ response to incidents of violence against women, and to develop solutions at the local/community level. The tracking process is also designed to include options for recommendations to be made to regional, provincial … Continue reading