Friday, November 14th, 2008 - "We Can" Open House

For campaign partners, volunteers, workshop facilitators and anyone interested!

Learn about the campaign, upcoming events, volunteer opportunities, participate in the workshop and get the skills to facilitate one.

Click here for more info.

Tuesday, November 18, 2020 - PAYOKE: Pioneering in the Fight against Human Trafficking

A presentation by Patsy S�rensen, director and founder of a Belgian NGO Payoke.

When: Tuesday, November 18, 2020

Time: 5:00 - 6:00 pm

Where: 1420-1430 Segal Centre SFU Harbour Centre 515 West Hastings Street, Vancouver

Admission is free. Limited seating.

Free Workshops in November and December 2008

"We Can" BC is offering free workshops on violence against women available to community groups and organizations during the months of November and December before, during and after 16 Days of Activism to End Violence Against Women. 

Those highly interactive workshops help to identify different forms of violence experienced by women, explore the causes of gender-based violence and ways of challenging them.

Please contact us at [email protected] to reguest youth (high school and college/university level) or adult workshop, and our volunteers will deliver it at your location at the time that is convinient for your group.

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For current opportunities email us at [email protected]

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WE CAN at Surrey Vasaikhi Festival

The "We Can" Coalition joined the South Asian Community at one of the
largest events of the year in the City of Surrey at the Annual Vaisakhi
Parade on April 12, 2008. Vaisakhi celebrates the birth of the Sikh
identity which was created in 1699.  It also marks the beginning of the
harvest season in the Sikh calendar.  The parade is for everyone and
this year drew a  crowd in excess of 100,000 people.  The public came
out to watch the parade and enjoyed  free food along the route.  "We Can" volunteers had the opportunity to reach out to the masses with the
campaign's goals and vision.

Published: Apr 17, 2021

Powerful Voices - March 1, 2021

The We Can B.C. successfully participated in "Powerful Voices: The Struggle for Women's Rights in the 21st Century" symposium celebrating the International Women's Day, 2008. The event was organized by Oxfam Canada and West Coast LEAF.

'We Can' materials were available at the display table, and a presentation was delivered as a part of "Reclaiming Our Voices: The Case for Advocacy" session.

Published: Feb 22, 2021

Candlelight Vigil - December 10, 2020

The We Can B.C. Coalition held a Candlelight Vigil at Burnaby Civic Square on Dec. 10th to wrap up the16 days of activism campaign.

Burnaby Mayor Corrigan was the opening speaker, followed by former B.C. Teachers' Federation president Jinny Sims, Linda Kuan of the Canadian Red Cross and Marjorie Dumont from the teachers' federation's aboriginal education advisory committee.

The vigil served as a memorial for murdered women across the province and the Coalition plans on making this an annual event every year on the International Day for Human Rights - December 10th.

Read about the vigil in the Burnaby News Leader newspaper.

Published: Dec 12, 2020

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