Tuesday, April 12, 2011

National Victims of Crime Awareness Week April 10 to 16th 2011

For every crime there is a victim!
Lets hope people come out to these events to support them or to get the support they need!


January to June 2011


Alone We Can Do So Much; Together So Much More (Training and Media Campaign)
 Prince George, BC



April, 2011

The Laura Szendrei Walk, Run, Roll Memorial
North Delta, BC


April, 2011

Addressing Unmet Needs: Victim Service Agencies and Restorative Justice Programs Working Together for Victims of Crime (Public Awareness Symposium)
Vancouver, BC

April 2011

The Awareness Project for Sexually Exploited Youth (Workshops)
Abbotsford, BC


April 2011

Take Back the Net: Technology Safety Training Event (Community Awareness)
Vancouver, BC


April 2011

VOYAGE: The Journey of a Victim (Workshop)
Vancouver, BC


April 2011

Empowering and Strengthening Women Project (Community Events)
Quesnel, BC


April 2011

The Violence Stops Here Vancouver Awareness Week (Public Presentations)
Vancouver, BC

April 2011

Aboriginal Victims of Crime Have Many Voices, Many Paths - Information Session (Community Events)
Williams Lake, BC



April 2011

Celebration of Diversity in a Diverse Community: Many Voices and Many Paths Among Farsi-Speaking Population (Public Awareness Events and Celebration)
North Vancouver, BC


April 2011

Healing Voices of Male Survivors: A Celebration in Music, Art and Spoken Word (Media Campaign and Public Awareness Events)
Victoria, BC



April 2011

Many Voices, Many Paths: National Victims of Crime Week ~ 2011 Workshop Series (Public Awareness)
Boundary, BC



April 10-16, 2011

Intimate Partner Violence in South Asian Communities: What You Can Do
New Westminster, BC



April 11-15, 2011

National Victims of Crime Awareness Week 2011- Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast
Queen Charlotte, BC



April 15, 2011

2nd Annual "Every Victim Matters" Workshop/Networking with Emphasis on Many Voices, Many Paths
Kamloops, BC


Bravo to everyone involved!!

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