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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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Third-Party Reporting Launch

September 17th was a huge day for The Journey Project and founding organizations – Public Legal Information Association of Newfoundland and Labrador and NL Sexual Assault Crisis and Prevention Centre – as they were joined by the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary to...

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Take Back The Night Friday September 20th 2019

  Our Take Back the Night March St. John’s on Sept. 20th was a huge success with a large turnout, including many first-time marchers! With the theme Communities Rooted in Resilience as our guide, we invited many community partners to share their thoughts and...

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We’re at the Victim Services @JPS_GovNL Annual Inservice this morning to talk abt expansion to our services, third-party reporting, collaboration, and community support. Mtg w/ service providers from across NL is essential to provincial work

At the Cochrane Centre for @FirstLight_NL ’s Annual General Meeting. So much incredible work done over the past year!

Spent the afternoon with @BSGwomenscentre talking about how we can increase access to justice, trauma-informed practices and accessibility of services in different regions. #communitysupport

This morning’s meeting w/ Stephenville District Commander was 4 of 10 @RCMPNL info sessions for us this month. Spreading word abt @Journey_NL is key to strengthening supports for survivors in the justice system #buildingcommunity #westcoast #outreach #listenbelievesupport

Incredible info session and meeting in Port Saunders w/ the new NorPen Status of Women and some incredible regional advocates #buildingcommunity #northernpeninsula @PLIAN_NL @NLSACPC

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We are thrilled to introduce our new Executive Director, Sandra McKellar!

Sandra has called Newfoundland and Labrador her home since 2012. She most recently held the position of Executive Director at the Gander Women’s Centre where she acted as a change agent helping the organization focus and address matters such as organizational effectiveness, program development, and service delivery.

Sandra’s keen interest in working with others and commitment to her community is highlighted by her 30 years of experience in the non-profit sector. Her professional experience includes that of crisis worker at a transitional house, psycho-educational consultant with a rural/urban Board of Education, and family therapist. Additionally, she is a certified Mental Health First Aid and Applied Suicide Intervention Skills trainer presenter. Sandra’s volunteer experience is extensive and includes leadership positions at local and provincial levels.

Sandra’s extensive education and training include an undergraduate degree in Sociology/Anthropology at the University of Guelph, a graduate diploma in Child Assessment and Counselling at the University of Toronto, and a Master’s of Science in Criminal Justice from Bowling Green State University.

As a spouse and a mother of multi-generation children, Sandra brings a unique perspective to the many facets of balancing motherhood and a fulfilling career. She sees the threads of opportunity that wind through an organization and with the help of staff, board members and the community at large, brings them together into a unified, meaningful service.

We are truly grateful to work with someone as skilled and thoughtful as Sandra and we look forward to further announcements and progress as we work under her leadership. Welcome, Sandra!
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Nominations for the YWCA St. John's Women of Distinction Awards are now open!Nominations for our 2020 Women of Distinction Awards are currently open! Know a woman who is making a positive impact in her community? Submit an application before December 1st. More information can be found on our website: www.ywcastjohns.com/wod

Stay tuned to our social media for further updates about our Women of Distinction Awards.

Nalcor Energy Provincial Advisory Council on the Status of Women NL St. John's Status of Women Council/Women's Centre Multicultural Women’s Organization of Newfoundland & Labrador - MWONL RIAC Association for New Canadians (ANC)
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A few months back, we worked with Jennifer Rimmer, Tin Bird Productions, and Interpreting Services NL to create a series of videos to introduce our service to our Deaf and hard of hearing citizens. We are pleased to share this video, presented in ASL. For more information about NLSACPC's services, please feel free to call 1-800-726-2743 (VRS) or e-mail info@endsexualviolence.com. ... See MoreSee Less

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