National CFL Congress Panel

Ending Violence Association of BC’s Executive Director Tracy Porteous was invited join fellow social change makers on a panel at the National Congress of the CFL in Toronto on April 5th, 2016. Tracy spoke about the CFL Violence Against Women policy, our‪ #‎BeMoreThanABystander‬ program that paved the way for this policy, and the four other CFL teams that have […]

Sexual-Assault Task Force Calls for Anonymous Reporting System on Campuses

This Globe and Mail article spotlights 10 recommendations for reporting sexual assault on campus, including a “third-party” reporting mechanism. The recommendations are coming later this spring from the Western Canada Sexual Assault Initiative, a group of four provincial sexual-assault response centres composed of the Ending Violence Asosciation of BC; Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Services (AASAS),; Klinic Community […]

Blue Bombers Launch Campaign to End Violence Against Women, Girls

This CBC article spotlights the Winnipeg Blue Bombers partnership with the Manitoba government to launch of Break the Silence on Violence Against Women, a campaign developed in partnership with Ending Violence Association of Canada and similar to our own Be More Than A Bystander initiative  – Blue Bombers launch campaign to end violence against women, girls

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