December 10, 2020 - Candlelight Vigil

Join us for the third annual We Can Candlelight Vigil on December 10th, the International Human Rights Day.

 

When: December 10th, Thursday

Date: 5-6 pm

Location: Burnaby Civic Square by Metrotown Library (6100 Willingdon Ave)

 

For more information contact us at [email protected] 

Click here to see event poster.



25 Nov, 2009 - 16 Days Launch

This year we are launching the 16 Days to End Gender Violence with a press conference highlighting the work of the 'We Can' campaign and its members.

When: November 25, Wednesday

Time: 10.30 am – 11.30 am

Where: Vancouver Public Library, 350 West Georgia, Vancouver

 

For more information and to RSVP contact [email protected]



"We Can" Workshop

Free workshop for all those who are interested in learning more about the issue of violence against women and what one can do about it.
 
Date: Thursday, October 1st
 
Time: 6:00PM-8:30PM (Snacks will be provided before the workshop; workshop to start at 6:30PM)
 
Location: Justice Education Society (800 Hornby St. Room 260)
 
Contact [email protected] for more information and to RSVP
 


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Resources for Change


The British Columbia ‘We Can End All Violence against Women’ Coalition Team is providing a range of resources to help you to bring about real change by helping people to change their attitudes and beliefs through education.

By becoming a Change Maker you commit to reaching out to others, and the following materials have been designed to assist you in it. It is important to note that these guides are not a script for you to follow word-for-word, but rather a suggested approach that can be adapted as you see fit.

The materials cover the issues relating to violence against women and gender inequality. They also include information on the ‘We Can’ campaign and what it takes to become a Change Maker.

Each kit consists from several parts available for download separately.

For All Change Makers


This Kit is designed to assist all Change Makers in developing a critical understanding of issues relating to violence against women. The Handbook contains exercises that will help you to identify, recognize and learn how to prevent practices of gender-based violence, and how to build your own strategy for outreach.

Part One: Change Maker’s Handbook
Part Two: Backgrounder

For Workshop Facilitators


Workshops are a great way to raise awareness and to your school, workplace or community in an international effort to end violence against women. There are two workshops available: for youth (high school and college/university level) and for adults.

For ‘Youth Workshop’ Facilitators
Part One: Guide
Part Two: Backgrounder
Part Three: Transparencies
Part Four: Handouts
Part Five: Participants’ Handbook

For ‘Adult Workshop’ Facilitators
Part One: Guide
Part Two: Backgrounder
Part Three: Transparencies
Part Four: Feedback Form

For Teachers


This lesson plan is designed to provide students with a framework to analyze and understand issues of violence against women and gender equality and to challenge students to recognize and identify the connections between these issues.

Part One: Curriculum & Guide
Part Two: Backgrounder
Part Three: Transparencies
Part Four: Supplementary Materials

For Coalition Members


Click here to access internal campaign materials.