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New Project: Changing Perceptions
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EVA BC Annual Training Forum
November 16 & 17, 2017

Third Party Reporting (TPR) Resources Online

Our new web page in the CCWS section of the EVA BC website brings all our Third Party Reporting resources together on one page for easy access.

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Please Remember! Reporting TPRs:

Please remember CBVS programs are asked to report their TPRs to:
  • CCWS by email at ccws@endingviolence.org
  • Your local RCMP detachment and by email at E_THIRD_PARTY_REPORTING@RCMP-GRC.GC.CA

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EVA BC Welcomes Kathleen Yang!

We are pleased to introduce you to EVA BC's new Administrative Assistant, Kathleen Yang.
As a former collective member of the SFU Women's Centre and former student representative on the SFU advisory committee to draft a new sexual violence and misconduct policy, Kathleen is used to being on the go with just one more thing to add to her to-do list.
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2nd Annual Be More Than a Bystander Awards

EVA BC is pleased to announce its 2 nd Annual "Be More Than a Bystander" Award, which will be presented at the 2017 Annual Training Forum. This award honours dedicated community members who make outstanding contributions to ending gender-based violence by speaking up, interrupting and confronting harmful language and behaviour within their community, and who demonstrate courage in opposing gender-based violence.

This award is an important continuation of the Tony McNaughton Award for bravery in opposing violence, established by the Ending Relationship Abuse Society of BC (ERA BC) in 2004.

Changing Perceptions: EVA BC and  
BC Women's Partner on Research Project

In January 2017, EVA BC and BC Women's Hospital Foundation launched their three-year research project,
with the goal of advancing best practices to better support survivors of sexual assault to disclose and access much needed services. This community-based participatory research project, funded by the Vancouver Foundation, aims to shift public discourse around sexual assault in BC, leading to less victim-blaming and more trauma-informed responses across multiple systems - particularly in health and justice.