We’re AVP

We’re committed to addressing and ending gender-based violence on campus and beyond. We work to provide anti-oppressive and sex-positive services, advocacy and action on-campus and off. Get involved!

Consent workshops

Our consent workshops run at least once a month from September to April. The workshop is two hours long and will be held at the University of Victoria. They are free of charge, open to students and community members, and have a no late-comer policy.

Consent Workshops 

Supporting a Survivor workshops

Our support workshops run at least once a month from September to April. The workshop is two hours long and will be held at the University of Victoria. They are free of charge, open to students and community members, and have a no late-comer policy. We recommend that folks interested in this workshop first attend our consent workshop, as many of the ideas in this workshop build on ideas we explored in the consent workshop.

Support Workshops 

Men’s Circle at UVic

The Men’s Circle at UVic aims to challenge gender-based violence and dominant constructions of masculinity. These gatherings are open to all men and masculine identified people (not just students!) so come and bring a friend or two!

Support Workshops 

Ending gender based violence

The Anti.Violence.Project (AVP) is committed to addressing and ending gender-based violence on campus and beyond.

Services offered by AVP

Prevention. Support. Action.

We strive to provide anti-oppressive and sex-positive services, advocacy and action on-campus and off to people of all genders, in partnership and collaboration, in order to address and resist gender-based and all forms of violence.

UVic men’s circle

Support hours for IBPOC

If you’re Indigenous, Black, and/or a Person of Colour, support is available for you.

About IBPOC support

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We’re looking for folks to talk back at us about our work, consent training, Sexualized Violence Awareness Week, Let’s get consensual, and the Rethinking Masculinity campaign.

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Dispatches from our blog

IBPOC Support Hours

We've been asked by a community member to respond to the increase in conversations on campus about white supremacy resulting from a wall that's been erected at the Student Union Bldg that reads, "How do you challenge white supremacy?". While these conversations about naming and challenging white supremacy are crucial ...