This November, the Anti-Violence Project is excited to be bringing you three FREE workshops facilitated by different community groups dedicated to providing essential services and education to folks on Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ lands (“victoria, bc”). Over the span of these
Hey folks! We know it’s been a weird, intense, and sometimes scary year for our communities, but the Anti-Violence Project is still open and available for support, providing workshops, and connecting with. As part of our activities, we’re looking to
Our Outreach Coordinator, Kemi Craig, sat down to update everyone on how COVID-19 has impacted our services this year, and how we’ve adapted to the pandemic to better support you all. As a reminder, you can still access our peer
Do you want to have your say in what sexualized violence response, prevention education and support services look like on campus? After 3 years of implementation the University of Victoria’s Sexualized Violence Prevention and Response Policy is undergoing its first
The Anti-Violence Project team knows this has been a really rough year for us all, and we want you to know that we’re still here for you, regardless of your experience of (or relation to) violence and oppression. From COVID-19
We’re so excited to bring you online workshops this fall (more information to be announced soon) but in the meantime we thought we’d share a project we took on earlier this spring! On May 20th we had the pleasure of
Are you supporting a friend or loved one who has been sexually assaulted? Here are some useful tips on how to talk about reporting with a survivor.
In light of public discussion on reporting, we wanted to write a piece all about reporting and the many considerations that come with it to help survivors make informed decisions for themselves.
Dear Victoria City Council: As the student-funded sexual assault centre based on the University of Victoria campus, the Anti-Violence Project has recently had to re-orient our services to better serve our on and off-campus community during COVID-19. Research has shown
As some of you may already know, the UVic Student Union Building in which our office is located is now closed in response to COVID-19. In order to continue to support survivors and our wider community, we are switching up