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Ending Violence Across MB

Working to end gender-based violence in Manitoba.

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is an initiative that was started by Oxfam in 2011 to urge a federal leaders debate on gender equality and women’s rights. We have asked the 4 Manitoba provincial party leaders to come together on August 21, 2019 for a debate on gender equality and women’s rights. These are not fringe issues and we want to hear how the parties are working to advance gender equality and support women’s rights and the rights for people of all genders in Manitoba. Please join us in calling on the party leaders to accept the invitation to come together and share their platforms on these important issues.

Today we had a brainstorm about gender equality. What words come to your mind when thinking about gender equality?

In 1998, The Lavoie Inquiry provided a framework for systems change in Manitoba. It provided important recommendations for government, agencies and institutions that work across sectors with survivors and perpetrators of intimate partner violence. The Lavoie Inquiry Implementation Committee called for the “democratization of responsibility and engaging the community in the process of change” and working groups were established to help inform implementation of the recommendations. 20 years later, with generous support from The Manitoba Law Foundation, we are honoured to partner with @uwinnipeg and RESOLVE @umanitoba to coordinate a review of the recommendations and provide an update on them in Manitoba.

Wise words for your Tuesday! We all have the power to start important conversations and make a difference💪

Love this graphic from @elise_gravel Your gender doesn’t need to determine what you like!

Today many of us gathered together to say goodbye to a friend, colleague and mentor. Lorraine Mocarski was an advocate for children and families. She is sadly missed, fondly remembered and loved deeply by so many that had the privilege of knowing her. So grateful to her husband and daughters and the reminder to not take our time together for granted. Love your people hard and be intentional with your time. 💕

This Creator Wheel was designed by Indigenous survivors and victim advocates. The Wheel was designed with the intent of illustrating that the potential for seeking equality exists in all people, and that a life with the Creator and traditional spirituality at its centre does not support abuse (The Duluth Model).

This quote is a great idea for a July intention. Let yourself be seen!

Establishing boundaries allows us to clearly establish our beliefs, limits and values; which is essential to develop and maintain healthy relationships. Graphic by @crazyheadcomics

The Forks

Today we attended the announcement from @maryammonsefmp about the MMIWG Commemoration Fund. We heard from several of the many organizations that received funding across Canada about the important projects they are doing to honour the MMIWG, survivors, families and communities. The red amauti project of the MB Inuit Association, a warming hut, ribbon skirt teachings, an opera called “Missing”, and creating leadership through story-telling are just a few of the projects. Learn about the projects in your community. ❤️

Brandon, Manitoba

Today is National Indigenous Peoples Day! The photos are from a reconciliation imitative in Brandon to raise awareness and engage in community. There are several teepees across the city - each with different teachings and information. Take some time to check them out at City Hall, Brandon Police Service and Brandon University.

Today Senator Pierre Dalphond will present a motion that the Senate will move Bill C-337 forward. If the motion passes, Bill C-337 will be debated and voted on, at latest on Thursday June 20th and 9:00am. For this motion to pass, the Senator needs all groups in the Senate to agree. What you can do to help pass Bill C-337: Call the Senate leaders (numbers below) and ask them to ensure their support. Post on social media and tag Senate leaders. Spread the work to your network and ask them to call and post on social media too. Senator Peter Harder: PH: 613-995-0222; Twitter: @SenHarder Senator Larry Smith: PH: 613-996-8555FB/ Facebook: @SenLWSmith; Twitter: @LarryWSmith36 Senator Don Plett: PH: 613-992-0180 , 613-992-3796/ Facebook: @SenatorPlett/ Twitter: @DonPlett Senator Yonah Martin: PH: 613-947-4078 Senator Yuen Pau Woo: PH: 613-995-9244/ Facebook: @SenatorYuenPauWoo/ Twitter: @YuenPauWoo Senator Joseph Day: PH: 613-992-0833/ Twitter: @SenDaynb Senator Percy Downe: PH: 613-943-8107/ Twitter: @PercyDowne Raise your voice to ensure that Bill C-337 is passed!

Happy Fathers Day! Repost from @gmf.designs

Today is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. Elder abuse can affect the health and well being of older people in our communities. Swipe through the graphics to learn more. In Manitoba, you can reach the Seniors Abuse Line at 1-888-7183 if you or someone you know is experiencing Elder Abuse.

It’s important to make sure that every victim/survivor gets the help and support they need. Find support services across Manitoba under the ‘Need Help?’ tab on our website. Link is in bio. Your response to a disclosure is important and can affect whether a victim/survivor chooses to get help, this graphic shows supportive ways to respond. Graphic from @breakthecycle

Ma Mawi-Wi-Chi-Itata Centre Inc

Grateful to have attended yesterday’s @mmiwg.ffada Community Forum and presentation of the Final Report of the National Inquiry of MMIWG, Reclaiming Power and Place at Ma Mawi Chi Italta Centre. It was an honour to hear Commissioner Michèle Audette and family members speak about the report and the importance of the Calls for Justice.

This week the National MMIWG inquiry released “Reclaiming Power and Place: The Final Report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls,” which includes 231 imperative changes that need to be taken in order to end violence against Indigenous women, girls and 2SLGBTQQIA people. "Each person has a role to play in order to combat violence against Indigenous women, girls, 2SLGBTQQIA people. Beyond those calls aimed at governments or at specific industries or service providers,  we encourage every Canadian how they can give life to these Calls for Justice." Please call 1-844-413-6649 for a toll-free 24/7 crisis line if you require emotional support related to missing and murdered indigenous women and girls. The link to the report is in our bio.

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