The Anti.Violence.Project (AVP) is committed to addressing and ending gender-based violence on campus and beyond.
We strive to provide anti-oppressive and sex-positive services, advocacy and action on-campus and off to people of all genders, in partnership and collaboration, in order to address and resist gender-based and all forms of violence.
Established in 2002, antidote is an award-winning grassroots network and community-based organization of over 180 multiracial girls and women in Victoria, British Columbia. Our members represent diverse voices, ages, ethno-cultural, linguistic and religious backgrounds and affiliations in the community. We work with youth, multiracial families, schools, community groups, service providers, policy makers and researchers to promote the visibility and needs of racialized minority and Indigenous girls and women.
EGALE: With members in each and every province and territory, Egale Canada is the country’s leading advocacy and information group for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people and their families. Since 1986, Egale has worked to advance equality and justice in Canada through political action, lobbying and intervening in legal cases while increasing public education and awareness. The BC/Yukon region has two members on the board of directors. For more information, visit www.egale.ca.