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Future Events

29 

NOV,
2019

Hosted by the South West Region Violence Against Women Coordinating Committee. Read More…

30 

OCT,
2019

This is the South West Region Violence Against Women Coordinating Committee’s third regional trafficking forum for service providers. Read More…

Past Events

05 

NOV, 
2018

12

DEC,
2018

Includes: mindful movement , teachings from classical yoga philosophy and current research from the field of trauma. Read More…    Registration Required

28

NOV,
2018

Morning conference with Dr. Lori Haskell to understand the neurobiological consequences of trauma within the context of sexual violence and domestic violence. Read More…    Registration Required

30

OCT,
2018

Tarana Burke, best known as the founder of the ‘me too’ movement has dedicated more than 25 years of her life to social justice and laying the groundwork for a movement initially created to help young women of colour who have survived sexual violence. Read more…

20

SEPT,
2018

Take Back the Night, an annual event organized by SACHA is a powerful opportunity for survivors and their supporters to actively build connections, assertively reclaim our right to safety. Read more…

30

AUG,
2018

WAWG participated in McMaster University’s resource fair during welcome week in August in effort to address sexual violence during university.  Read more…

31

MAY,
2018

Discussing social advocacy and creating social campaigns.  Read more…

14

DEC,
2016

Please join us on Dec 14 between 7-9pm for a showcase of mixed media work created by survivors and facilitated by the DAV(e) collective! Read more…

21

NOV,
2016

Not in Our Name:  Community approaches to addressing forced marriage and honour based violence training is grounded in intersectional anti-racist, feminist, survivor centered framework.  Read more…

12

OCT,
2016

Come enjoy a creative production about what trauma informed care is and is not, followed by a discussion about how to enhance your trauma informed practise.  Read more…
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