Public Education Tools
EVA BC has developed a series of public education tools and materials to assist anti-violence organizations in raising awareness and providing training. You are welcome to adapt these materials for the needs of your organization, but please give appropriate credit.
Risk Assessment, Risk Management and Safety Planning
Knowledge Sharing, Western University, October 2012
Click the links below to view ATF 2012 Keynotes.
Aboriginal Perspectives on Violence Against Women
Terry Swan is a Cree Salteaux woman of the Fish Clan and brings over 20 years experience in the area of family violence prevention, education and healing initiatives within Aboriginal communities. Terry presents the Strategic Framework to End Violence Against Aboriginal Women and discusses the process of engagement with relevant stakeholders, as well as the government of Ontario's response.
Intimate Partner Violence in LGBTQ Lives: Developing Ethical Frameworks
Janice Ristock is a Professor of Women's and Gender Studies and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Anthropology and the Disability Studies Program. Her scholarly work reflects an overarching focus on community mental health and social justice. Her research is in three intersecting areas: gender and sexuality; interpersonal violence; and HIV/AIDS and stigma. Janice's focus is on exploring the need for an analysis of intersectionality as a framework for addressing LGBTQ relationship violence.
Justice and Healing on the Highway of Tears: Supporting Families and Communities
Matilda Wilson was born in Hazelton and moved to Smithers when she was 9 years old. She has 3 beautiful children and 3 beautiful grand children. Brenda Wilson is of Gitskan/Wetsuweten descent. Her father is the late Thomas Wilson of Hagwilget (Tsay Kva) and her mother is Matilda M. Wilson of Gitanmaxx (Hazelton). Brenda is presently studying Child and Youth Care to acquire a Bachelors Degree. Brenda's goal in life is to ensure answers are found in the unsolved murder cases in Northern BC. Matilda and Brenda's focus is on providing support to families and communities and they share how they have been advocating for answers for 17 years.
Death By Culture: Engaging Cultural Differences in the Context of Violence Against Women
Sujata Warrier is the Director of the New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence. She has trained extensively on the issue of sexualized violence and cultural competency including the issue of culture, competency, and relativism. She recently authored "From Sensitivity to Competency: Clinical and Departmental Guidelines for Achieving Cultural Competency. Sujata's
presentation explores the notion of "culture" by providing a new definition that includes an important focus on sexualized violence across "culture."
To download Sujata's Keynote powerpoint, please click here.To download Sujata's workshop powerpoint, please click here.
Understanding Safety Considerations for Immigrant, Refugee and Non-Status Women
Kamaljit Lehal is a lawyer with her own practice in Delta. She was called to the bar in 1990. She practices immigration law, administrative and personal injury law. In the area of immigration law she has represented women successfully on gender persecution grounds. She is also an alternative chair for the BC Review Board. Her presentation elaborates on the safety considerations for immigrant, refugee and non-status women and provides an analysis of where we go from here and what that means when working with women.
Annual Training Forum 2010: Keynote Speeches
Annual Training Forum 2008: Keynote Speeches
View some of the most-watched keynote speeches from past Annual Training Forums:
Annual Training Forum 2007: Keynote Speeches
- Dr Charlotte Sophia Kasl: Video Part 1 | Video Part 2 | Video Part 3
- Dr John Briere: Video Part 1 | Video Part 2 | Video Part 3
Annual Training Forum 2006: Keynote Speeches
- Dr Laura Brown: Video Part 1 | Video Part 2 | Video Part 3
- Reverend Dr Sharon Ellis Davis: Video Part 1 | Video Part 2 | Video Part 3
The PowerPoint presentations and handouts were developed as part of EVA BC's For the Dignity of Every Woman project. The materials are also available in DVD format (free for members; $10 for non-members) and posters can be purchased for $10. Funded by the Ministry of Community Services (now the Ministry of Housing and Social Development).
Download ppt files:
Download pdf files:
- Fact Sheet: Safety Planning for Women
- Fact Sheet: Drugs, Alcohol and Acquaintance Rape
- Fact Sheet: Criminal Harassment
- Fact Sheet: Child Abuse
- Fact Sheet: Acquaintance Rape
- Fact Sheet: Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse
- Fact Sheet: Sexual Assault
- Fact Sheet: Violence Against Women in Relationships
- Sexual Assault Myths and Facts
Please check back later for the updated Quizzes
- Wheel: The Power and Control Wheel
- Wheel: Power and Control in Societal Context
- Wheel: The Equality Wheel
- Wheel: Natural Life-Supporting Power
- Wheel: Advocacy and Empowerment
- Wheel: Community Accountability
- Wheel: Coordinated Community Action Model
- Wheel: Successful Collaboration
- Triangle Diagram: Violence Against Aboriginal Women
- Wheel: Children Coping with Family Violence
- Wheel: Power and Control (Disabilities/Caregiver)
- Wheel: Power and Control (Immigrant Women)
- Wheel: Power and Control (Lesbian/Gay)
- Wheel: Power and Control (Medical Profession)
- Wheel: Power and Control (Seniors)
- Wheel: Power and Control (Teens)
- Wheel: The Equality Wheel (Teens)
- Wheel: Power and Control (Substance Abuse)