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Sexual Violence Awareness Week

Sexual Violence Awareness Week takes place during the third week of September each year. Community groups and members across the province host events and awareness campaigns during this week to provide information and education to the public around the issue of sexual violence.

Take Back The Night

As part of Sexual Violence Awareness Week, the NL Sexual Assault Crisis and Prevention Centre hosts the St. John’s Take Back the Night March on the 3rd Friday of September. The march is an organized public protest. It serves as a means for individuals to unite and voice the need to end sexual violence, fear, and victim-blaming.

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Thank you @YWCAYYT @NLSexualHealth @SJSOWC @thrivecyn @MMwonl @MUNSU35 @Journey_NL for being a part of Take Back The Night. As we near the end of SVA Week, we are reminded of this year’s theme: Building CommUNITY. #SVAWeek #BelieveSurvivors #TBTN2021 @WGE_GovNL

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The Journey Project - NL has limited seats remaining for their In-person training sessions with Myrna McCallum in Corner Brook, St. John's, and Happy Valley-Goose Bay! Check out their post below for additional information on how to register!➡️The ‘Trauma-Informed Lawyer’ is coming to NL! ➡️The Journey Project team is honoured to be hosting Myrna McCallum, of the 'Trauma-Informed Lawyer' podcast and Miyo Pimatisiwin Legal Services, from October 25th – October 28th to facilitate in-person sessions in Corner Brook, St. John’s, and Happy Valley-Goose Bay on An Intersectional Introduction to Trauma-Informed Legal Practices. ➡️This training will explore:-defining trauma, triggers, and trauma-informed engagement;-improving client engagement skills which centre safety and empowerment;-critically and courageously examining our beliefs and biases;-recognizing and respecting cultural trauma in the Indigenous context; and,-identifying vicarious trauma + vicarious resilience and building strategies to safeguard our collective mental health. ➡️These free sessions have limited seats and will offer a unique opportunity to build the skills of legal professionals and community advocates who support survivors of sexual violence as they navigate legal systems. For more information or to register: ➡️Corner Brook - Monday, October 25th: www.surveymonkey.com/r/MMandTJPinCB ➡️St. John’s (Lawyers) – Tuesday, October 26th: www.surveymonkey.com/r/MMandTJPinSJLawyers ➡️St. John’s (Community) – Wednesday, October 27th: www.surveymonkey.com/r/MMandTJPinSJCommunity ➡️Happy Valley-Goose Bay – Thursday, October 28th: www.surveymonkey.com/r/MMandTJPinHVGB ... See MoreSee Less
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📱 Did you know? The NLSACPC operates a web-based text and chat service accessible through our website. Get Support Now by accessing the service here Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 2pm-8pm NDT: endsexualviolence.com/If you need immediate support our volunteer are available 24/7 by calling 1800-726-2743. ID: Blue and white text overlay a purple background with the NLSACPC logo and blue and purple chat bubbles. ... See MoreSee Less
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🕯 NLSACPC joins First Light St. John’s in offering support to the families of the many Indigenous women and girls who are missing. It is a shared responsibility of all Canadians as well as all levels of government and the justice system to understand and address the root causes of racially and sexually based violence.We urge all Canadians to take a moment to reflect on the violence experienced by Indigenous women, girls, and gender diverse people in Canada and the ways we can collectively fight against it.Watch the vigil here via First Light’s Twitter: twitter.com/firstlight_nl/status/1445124751652003858?s=21 ... See MoreSee Less
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