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It’s important to use our platforms to raise awareness about men’s issues such as mental health, suicide, physical health, and having positive role models to name a few. What do men need to be healthier and happier and what do they need to stop using violence against women and each other?

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November is Domestic Violence Awareness Month💟 There are many ways for you to bring awareness and take action this month: -Learn about domestic violence -Attend an event at a local organization -Volunteer your time at one of the great organizations in your community. ...and much more! Take a look at our website for some more ideas and information.

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It’s Transgender Awareness Week! Transgender Awareness Week raises awareness and visibility about the issues that transgender and non-confirming people face. These issues range from prejudice, discrimination and violence. This photo demonstrates a simple language change you can make to be more gender inclusive! Photo from: @glaad

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We stand with and support survivors and victims of trauma throughout their healing processes.

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We Remember ❤️

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When we raise our voices together, as a group telling our stories, we get loud enough that people might listen BUT if we were to listen and believe those voices individually, and as they come forward, we can support the person and make changes to the system that allowed the behaviour in the first place. @notmystellas

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This diagram displays the power and control issues within domestic violence for LGBT2SQ+ relationships.

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Last week, EVA held a training session about domestic violence and technology for those who work with survivors. Read more from CBC News by following this link: https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.cbc.ca/amp/1.4885273 The article is also linked on our profile. Photo from: @nnedv

Last night I attended an evening hosted by The National Inquiry into Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls. Commissioner Robinson spoke of how violence against Indigenous women and girls is 19x higher than for non-Indigenous women and girls. As we know that rates of reporting violence are much lower than what is actually occurring, she says this is just the “tip of the iceberg”. Each of us can have a role in ending violence against all women and we have to also consider how we can stand together specifically with our Indigenous Sisters (and Brothers) as they lead change in their communities. Two places to start are reading the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action and Our Women and Girls Are Sacred (the interim report from @mmiwg.ffada). So grateful to have been part of the discussion 💕

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Take some time this month to bring awareness to victims of sexual and domestic violence. On our website we have frequently asked questions about domestic violence, as well as information about creating safe spaces in the workplace, and much more. The link is on our profile. Repost from: @livesintransitioninc

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November is Domestic Violence Prevention Month in Manitoba. There are resources available across the province and a 24/7 help line.

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Happy Halloween! Have a safe and fun night. Hope it’s spooktacular! 🎃👻

The women of Survivor’s Hope Crisis Centre Inc. in Pinawa, MB provide crisis intervention, support and information to survivors and secondary victims of sexual assault in north-eastern Manitoba. Alexandra, Steph, Erica and Lisa delivery school based programming to empower youth, talking about healthy relationships, assertive communication and self esteem (plus other topics). Erica and Lisa also deliver a girls mentoring program for grade 6 students in two northern communities. Holly, the Executive Director, keeps it all on track! The Centre works closely with regional service providers and community organizations to ensure survivors and their loved ones receive the best possible support following a sexual assault. Survivor’s Hope Crisis Centre is a registered charitable organization.

Across Manitoba there are amazing women that make up the fibre of our domestic violence sector. They are important not only for their place within the history of services in Manitoba but also for helping to change the lives of the women that use these services. “They were ordinary women who decided they wanted to do something practical," explained author Margo Goodhand. “Before that there hadn't been any (shelters) — there had been some in private homes — but these women built publicly-funded institutions for women that could give them sanctuary in times of crisis." Established in 1978 the YWCA Westman Women’s Shelter has been supporting families who have experienced domestic violence in Westman areas for 40 years. The Women’s Shelter also offers individual and group counseling to the general public, follow up support for those who have stayed in shelter, children’s programs, public education, and a 24 hour crisis line for women and their children both in the shelter and in the community. Information on family violence, sexual assault and other related topics can also be provided to those who need it. As well accurate information and assistance is available on both legal and medical issues as they relate to family violence. Visit www.endingviolencemanitoba.org for information about resources across Manitoba

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Margaret Laurence (1926-1987) was an author born in Neepawa Manitoba, who wrote under the pen name Steve Lancaster. Laurence became very well known for her literature that resonated with women by presenting a female perspective on contemporary life when women were breaking out of the traditional roles. In 2016, the esteemed author was named a National Historic Person.

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Kate Carmack was an Indigenous woman from Yukon who played a key role in the discovery of Klondike in gold. The discovery of the Klondike sparked a gold rush in 1896. Until this year Carmack was not acknowledged in Canada’s Mining Hall of Fame and will now be inducted in January. We are happy to see Cormack inducted and honoured for her contributions to Canadian mining!

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Rhonda Lavoie is a very important woman in Manitoba history. Rhonda was a victim of domestic violence and was killed by her estranged husband in 1995. Her death sparked the Lavoie Inquiry and nearly 100 recommendations for improving systems across sectors. Increased funding, creation of new services, proclaiming Domestic Violence Prevention Month, changes to legislation and increased public education have all come about through implementation of the recommendations. She has shaped the work that so many of us do with those impacted by domestic violence. 💕

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Kenojuak Ashevak (1927-2013) is considered to be the most renowned Inuit artist ever! Kenojuak was one of the first Inuit women to learn to draw in Cape Dorset. Since, her work was been featured on Canadian stamps and coins. She was also appointed a Companion of The Order of Canada and inducted to Canada’s Walk of Fame.