Learning how to end gender-based violence with Julie Lalonde

Approximately every 6 days, right here in this country, a woman is killed by her intimate partner.

The pandemic has led to an increase in crisis calls and demands for shelter. Sexual assault is the only violent crime in Canada that isn’t declining – and hasn’t since 1999.

We could spend all day talking about the stats but taking action is what’s going to change things. 

We’ve partnered with internationally recognized women’s rights advocate and public educator, Julie Lalonde to bring you 2 workshops on taking action to end gender-based violence:

  • Bystander intervention to build community care
    • Teaches you how to step-in when you see inappropriate or aggressive behavior, including in the workplace, and how you can step in to support others who may be dealing with intimate partner violence.
  • Creating consent culture with your youth
    • Learn how to discuss the important topics of consent, party culture and harassment with the young people in our lives, and help turn the tide for the next generation.

 Watch the workshop: Bystander intervention to build community care 


Watch the workshop: Creating consent culture with your youth