NLSACPC is committed to participating in community events that allow us to raise awareness and educate the public on matters of sexual violence. If you would like us to participate in upcoming events with your organization please contact us. We can even tailor our presentations to suit your particular function or group's needs!


2011

  • February 25th, Healthy Vs. Unhealthy Relationships presentation for students at Prince of Wales Collegiate.
  • February 24th, Sexual Violence & the Meaning of Consent presentations for students at Prince of Wales Collegiate.
  • February 16th, Sexual Violence & Sexual Orientation presentation at the Provincial Government's Violence Prevention Initiative Annual Stakeholder's Conference.
  • February 11th, Centre Services, Overview of Sexual Violence & RTS for Nursing students, MUN
  • February 11th, Body Image & Self Esteem presentations for students at Prince of Wales Collegiate
  • February 3rd, Body Image & Self Esteem Presentation to Girl Guides group.
  • January 28th, Public Information Booth at Wellness Coalition Avalon East, Annual Gathering.
  • January 28th, Healthy Vs. Unhealthy Relationships presentation for Youth Group at Rabbittown Community Centre.
  • January 26th, Public Information Booth at Alcohol Screening and Drug Awareness Day, MUN.
  • January 26th, Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault presentation at the Murphy Centre.
  • January 19th, Body Image & Self Esteem presentation at the Murphy Centre.
  • January 12th, Healthy Vs. Unhealthy Relationships presentation at the Murphy Centre.
  • January 7th, Body Image & Self Esteem presentation for Youth Group at Rabbittown Community Centre.
  • January5th, Centre Services, Overview of Sexual Violence, and Sexual Harassment presentation at the Murphy Centre.
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2010

  • December 6th, Public Information Booth at the December 6th Vigil.
  • November 29th, Centre Services, Overview of Sexual Violence & Disclosures presentation for MUN Counselling class.
  • November 24th, Centre Services, Overview of Sexual Violence & Disclosures presentation for MUN Nursing class.
  • November 16th, Public Information Booth at Association for New Canadians Healthy Living Fair.
  • November 15th-19th, Public Information Booth at the Annual Addictions Awareness Week MAZE.
  • November 12th, Centre Services & Overview of Sexual Violence presentation for Youth Group at Rabbittown Community Centre.
  • November 12th, Sexual Harassment; Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault presentations for Healthy Living students, Gonzaga High School.
  • November 10th, Public Information Booth at Alcohol Screening and Drug Awareness Day, MUN.
  • November 8th, Healthy Relationships; Dating Violence presentations for Healthy Living students, Gonzaga High School.
  • November 2nd, Centre Services & Overview of Sexual Violence presentations for Healthy Living students, Gonzaga High School.
  • October 25th, Centre Services & Overview of Sexual Violence for Sociology 3209 Crime and Deviance students, MUN.
  • October 23rd, Centre Services & Overview of Sexual Violence for volunters of the Women's Resource Centre, MUN
  • October 6th, Body Image & Self Esteem presentation at the Murphy Centre.
  • October 6th, Centre Services & Overview of Sexual Violence presentation for students of the Community Recreation Program, College of the North Atlantic, Prince Philip Drive Campus.
  • September 30th, Centre Services, Overview of Sexual Violence & Disclosures for students of Child Youth Care Worker Program, Eastern College.
  • September 22nd, Public Information Booth at MUN Volunteer Fair.
  • September 17th, Public Gathering concludes Sexual Violence Awareness Week 2010 at the Foran Room, St. John's City Hall. Refreshments served by the Men's Auxiliary Committee.
  • September 17th, Public Rally on City Hall steps at 8:00pm. Guest speaker Linda Ross, President of the Provincial Advisory Council on the Status of Women.
  • September 17th, 'Our Strength' Men's Forum at the Foran Room St. John's City Hall. An event for all men who support TBTN, and support ending sexual violence in our community.
  • September 17th, 26th Annual'Take Back the Night March'. Women and children reclaim their freedom to walk in safety, and protest against violence. Meet at Bannerman Park at 7:00pm.
  • September 16th, Wenlido Self Defense session in partnership with Wenlido East as part of SVA Week activities.
  • September 15th, Open Mic Night at the Breezeway, NLSACPC volunteers will be on hand to provide information about SVA Week and Centre Services.
  • September 14th, Parent Information Session with the Coalition Against Violence at SVA Week Youth Night event.
  • September 14th, 'Youth Night' at Buckmaster's Circle Community Centre. Children gather to make posters for the annual Take Back the Night March.
  • September 14th, Annual Open House at NLSACPC offices, 360 Topsail Road. Everyone is welcome!
  • September 13th - 17th, 'Sexual Violence Awareness Week 2010' events; "CommUNITY + Awareness = Change"
  • September 7th, Public Information Booth at College of the North Atlantic, Prince Philip Drive Campus.
  • August 17th, Body Image & Self Esteem presentation for participants of the Ready, Set, Work Program at the Murphy Centre.
  • July 27th, Healthy Relationships & Dating Violence presentation for participants of the Ready, Set, Work Program at the Murphy Centre.
  • July 24th, NLSACPC Services at PRIDE Week panel discussion.
  • July 22nd, Leadership activity with Multi-Cultural Women's Organization of NL, leadership group.
  • July 20th, Overview of Centre Services, Sexual Harassment presentation for participants of the Ready, Set, Work Program at the Murphy Centre.
  • July 14th, Public Information Booth at MUN Wellness Fair.
  • July 7th, Affirmations activity with Multi-Cultural Women's Organization of NL, leadership group.
  • July 7th, Healthy Relationships presentation for Association for New Canadians.
  • June 16th, Public Information Booth for Elder Abuse Awareness Day.
  • May 27th, Sexual Harassment presentation for YMCA Skills Link Program participants.
  • May 26th, Body Image & Self Esteem presentation for YMCA Skills Link Program participants.
  • May 26th, Public Information Booth at MUN Wellness Fair.
  • May 20th, Body Image & Self Esteem, Sexual Harassment presentation for grade 9 students of Roncalli Central High, Avondale.
  • May 20th, Body Image & Self Esteem, Sexual Harassment presentation for grade 7 students of Roncalli Central High, Avondale.
  • May 20th, Body Image & Self Esteem, Sexual Harassment presentation for grade 8 students of Roncalli Central High, Avondale.
  • May 18th, Healthy Relationships & Dating Violence presentation for YMCA Skills Link Program participants.
  • May 17th, Public Information Booth at International Day Against Homophobia Breakfast.
  • May 3rd, Centre Services & Overview of Sexual Violence presentation for YMCA Skills Link Program participants.
  • April 28th, Centre Services, Overview of Sexual Violence & Disclosures for Eastern College students.
  • April 28th, Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault presentation for students of Pearson Academy, Wesleyville.
  • April 27th, Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault presentation for students of Smallwood Academy, Gambo.
  • April 22nd, Healthy Relationships & Dating Violence presentation for students of St. Mark's School, King's Cove.
  • April 22nd, Healthy Relationships & Dating Violence presentation for Bishop White School, Port Rexton.
  • April 20th, Gender Stereotyping & Sexual Identity presentation as part of Victims of Crime Awareness Week.
  • April 19th, Healthy Relationships & Dating Violence presentation for Canon Richard's Memorial Academy senior high students, Flower's Cove .
  • April 19th, Healthy Relationships & Dating Violence presentation for Canon Richard's Memorial Academy junior high students, Flower's Cove .
  • April 19th, Information Booth at Volunteer Expo hosted by Community Services Council at the Village Mall.
  • April 15th, Law Day Public Information Fair booth.
  • April 15th, Healthy Relationships & Self esteem presentation for Mobile Central High School.
  • April 13th, 'Together We Can' Service Provider Training in Nain.
  • April 12th, 'Together We Can' Community Information Session in Nain.
  • April 7th, Centre Services & Overview of Sexual Violence presentation at Labrador Regional Wellness Coalition AGM.
  • March 29th, Overview of Sexual Violence presentation for MUN Sociology 3290 class.
  • March 22nd, Information booth at 'More Let's Talk About Sex - Sexual Health Forum'.
  • March 7th, Information Booth at Bread and Roses International Women's Day Brunch.
  • March 2nd, Centre Services & Overview of Sexual Violence presentation for MUN Counselling class.
  • March 1st, Centre Services, Overview of Sexual Violence & Disclosures presentation for MUN Nursing class.
  • February 25th, 'Together We Can' Community Information Session in Carbonear.
  • February 25th, 'Together We Can' Service Provider Training in Carbonear.
  • February 22nd, Community Information Session: Sexual Harassment, in partnership with College of the North Atlantic, Prince Philip Drive Campus.
  • February 18th, Body Image & Self Esteem presentation for Association of New Canadians Girl's Group.
  • February 18th, Sexual Harassment presentation for Froude Avenue Community Centre Skills Link group.
  • February 16th, Information Booth at MUN Wellness Fair.
  • February 15th, Community Information Session: Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault, in partnership with College of the North Atlantic, Prince Philip Drive Campus.
  • February 15th, Centre Services & Overview of Sexual Violence & Disclosures presentation for MUN Nursing class.
  • February 8th, Community Information Session: Dating Violence and Consent, in partnership with College of the North Atlantic, Prince Philip Drive Campus.
  • February 7th, Body Image & Self Esteem presentation for 20th Mount Pearl Girl Guides group.
  • February 4th, Overview of Sexual Violence & Disclosures presentation, as part of Community Youth Network's Professional Development Day.
  • February 1st, Community Information Session: What Is Sexual Violence?, in partnership with College of the North Atlantic, Prince Philip Drive Campus.
  • January 28th, Presentation to RNC Cadet class on Centre Services.
  • January 27th, Information booth at MUN Alcohol Screening and Drug Awareness Day.
  • January 25th, Community Information Session: Centre Services, in partnership with College of the North Atlantic, Prince Philip Drive Campus.
  • January 20th, Information Booth at College of the North Atlantic, Carbonear Campus.
  • January 20th, Centre Services presentation for the College of the North Atlantic Criminal Justice Class, Carbonear Campus.
  • January 20th, Overview of Sexual Violence presentation for the College of the North Atlantic Women's Studies Class, Carbonear Campus.
  • January 6th, Sexual Harassment presentation at Holy Heart High School.
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2009

  • December 3rd, Sexual Harassment presentations at Holy Heart High School.
  • December 3rd, 'Together We Can' Community Information Session in St. Anthony.
  • December 3rd, 'Together We Can' Service Provider Training in St. Anthony.
  • December 2nd, Healthy Relationships presentation for CHANNAL group.
  • November 27th, 'Together We Can' Community Information Session in Burin.
  • November 27th, 'Together We Can' Service Provider Training in Burin.
  • November 25th, Sexual Harassment presentations to Clarenville High School.
  • November 25th, Sexual Harassment presentation to Random Island Academy.
  • November 24th, 'Together We Can' Community Information Session in Clarenville.
  • November 24th, 'Together We Can' Service Provider Training in Clarenville.
  • November 23rd, Overview on Sexual Violence presentation for the Rotary Club of Clarenville.
  • November 20th, Presentation on Sexual Harasssment and Body Image and Self Esteem at the Murphy Centre.
  • November 20th, Presentations on Body Image and Self Esteem at Holy Spirit High School.
  • November 18th, 'Together We Can' Community Information Session in Grand Falls.
  • November 18th, 'Together We Can' Service Provider Training in Grand Falls.
  • November 16th, 'Together We Can' Community Information Session in Gander.
  • November 16th, 'Together We Can' Service Provider Training in Gander.
  • November 13th, 'Together We Can' Community Information Session in Corner Brook.
  • November 13th, 'Together We Can' Service Provider Training in Corner Brook.
  • November 12th, Presentation on Consent and Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault for Burton's Pond Residence.
  • November 9th, 'Together We Can' Community Information Session in Stephenville.
  • November 9th, 'Together We Can' Service Provider Training in Stephenville.
  • November 4th, Healthy Relationships presenattions for St. John's Women's Centre Healthy Living group.
  • November 2nd, 'Together We Can' Community Information Session in Happy Valley Goose Bay.
  • November 2nd, 'Together We Can' Service Provider Training in Happy Valley Goose Bay.
  • October 26th, Overview of Sexual Violence presentation for MUN Guidance Counselling students.
  • October 21st, Overview of Sexual Violence presentation for Centre for Nursing Studies.
  • October 20th, Information booth at Bell Aliant building.
  • October 14th, 'Together We Can' Community Information Session in Labrador City.
  • October 14th, 'Together We Can' Service Provider Training in Labrador City.
  • October 9th, Presentations on Sexual Harassment and Healthy Relationships at I.J. Sampson Junior High School Health Fair Day.
  • October 7th, Information Booth at College of the North Atlantic, Prince Philip Drive Campus.
  • September 22nd, Sexual Harassment and Body Image & Self Esteem presentations at I.J. Sampson Junior High School.
  • September 21st, Sexual Harassment and Body Image & Self Esteem presentations at I.J. Sampson Junior High School.
  • September 18th, Public Gathering concludes Sexual Violence Awareness Week 2009 at the Foran Room, St. John's City Hall. Refreshments served by the Men's Auxiliary Committee.
  • September 18th, Public Rally on City Hall steps at 8:00pm. Guest speaker Frances Ennis, Person's Award recipient in 2008.
  • September 18th, Men's Forum at the Foran Room St. John's City Hall. An event for all men who support TBTN, and support ending sexual violence in our community.
  • September 18th, 25th Annual'Take Back the Night March'. Women and children reclaim their freedom to walk in safety, and protest against violence. Meet at Bannerman Park at 7:00pm.
  • September 17th, Wenlido Self Defense session in partnership with Wenlido East as part of SVA Week activities.
  • September 16th, Open Mic Night at the Breezeway, NLSACPC volunteers will be on hand to provide information about SVA Week and Centre Services.
  • September 16th, Information session for parents "Healthy Child, Teen and Dating Relationships" in partnership with Coalition Against Violence and the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary.
  • September 16th, 'Youth Night' at Virginia Park Community Centre. Children gather to make posters for the annual Take Back the Night March.
  • September 15th, Poster making for TBTN at MUN Residence.
  • September 15th, Annual Open House at NLSACPC offices, 360 Topsail Road. Everyone is welcome!
  • September 14th, CommUNITY Clothesline event! Help Launch SVA Week by holding a clothesline of teeshirts that display messages that unite us against sexual violence. Starts at 4pm along Prince Philip Drive in front of Confederation Building.
  • September 14th - 18th, 'Sexual Violence Awareness Week 2009' events; "United Voices Break the Silence"
  • September 16th, MUN Volunteer Fair booth.
  • September 15th, Information Booth at Sex with Sue event, MUN.
  • September 15th, Presentations on Centre Services and Sexual Violence for MUN Residence.
  • September 1st, SVA Week Booklet Cover Contest open to children up to 12 years of age. Congratulations to winner Leah L. age 5!
  • August 25th, Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault presentation at Naomi Centre.
  • August 13th, Body Image and Self Esteem presenattion for CHANNAL.
  • July 29th, Public Infomrtaion Booth at Memorial University.
  • July 27th, Centre Services and Overview of Sexual Violence presentation for Compu-College Child and Youth Care students.
  • June 26th, Presentation on Child Sexual Abuse and Disclosures for staff of Conception Bay South Summer Recreation Program..
  • June 24th, Centre Services and Overview of Sexual Violence presentation to Elizabeth Avenue RBC.
  • June 24th, Presentation on Child Sexual Abuse and Disclosures for staff of Torbay Summer Recreation Program.
  • June 23rd, Presentation on Child Sexual Abuse and Disclosures for staff of St. John's Boys and Girls Club, Mew's Centre.
  • June 16th, Presnetation on Centre Services, Sexual Violence and Drug Facititated Sexual assault to Family Medicine Residents at Health Science.
  • June 10th, Father's Day Draw - Two Chances to Win fundraiser.
  • June 4th, Overview of Sexual Violence at CNIB with Occupational Therapy Assistants, Eastern Health.
  • May 28th, Presentation to Lester Pearson Memorial High School on Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault..
  • May 24th, The Empowerment Project training for NLSACPC volunteers.
  • May 21st, Lunch and Learn presentation on Centre Services and Sexual Violence, hosted by Community Youth Network.
  • May 23rd, Support Group Facilitation Training for NLSACPC volunteers.
  • May 19th, Information Booth at International Day Against Homophobia Breakfast, hosted by Planned Parenthood.
  • May 13th, Presentation on Healthy Relationships with St. John's Women's Centre Healthy Living Group.
  • May 12th-14th, Walking the Prevention Circle Training by the Red Cross, hosted by the St. John's Native Friendship Centre.
  • May 6th, Youth Volunteer Reception with Premier Williams.
  • May 4th, Presentation to Bishop's High School on Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault.
  • May 3rd, NLSACPC Volunteer Appreciation Brunch.
  • April 25th, Arbonne fundraiser event: Party with a Purpose!
  • April 21st, Presentation to Lester Pearson Memorial High School on Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault.
  • April 20th, Presentation to Clarenville Skills Link Group on Sexual Violence, Sexual Harassment and Healthy Relationships.
  • April 20th, Information Booth at Volunteer Expo hosted by Community Services Council at the Village Mall.
  • April 17th, Presentation on Heathy Relationships for ANC Boy''s Youth Group.
  • April 16th, Law Day Public Information Fair booth.
  • April 1st, Presentation on Heathy Relationships for ANC Girl's Youth Group.
  • March 24th, Presentation on Sexual Violence for MUN counselling class.
  • March 24th, Presentation on Sexual Violence and Centre Services for MUN Centre for Nursing Studies students.
  • March 23rd, Presentations on Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships, Sexual Harassment for grade 9 class at St. Paul's Junior High School.
  • March 18th, Information Booth at MUN Wellness Fair.
  • March 8th, Information Booth at International Women's Day Bread and Roses Brunch hosted by St. John's Status of Women Women's Council.
  • March 6th, Information Booth at MUN WRC's International Women's Day Fair.
  • March 6th-7th, Jane Doe Conference, University of Ottawa.
  • March 3rd, Information Booth at Association or New Canadians Health Fair
  • February 25th, Presentation on Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships, Sexual Harassment for Holy Spirit High School.
  • February 20th, Information Booth at Brian Vallee public presentation hosted by the Coalition Against Violence.
  • February 17th, Presentation on Sexual Harassment, Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships, and Body Image for I. J. Sampson Junior High School.
  • February 13th, Presentation on Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships for grade 9 class at St. Paul's Junior High School.
  • February 10th, Presentation on Sexual Violence for CompuCollege Child Youth Care Program students.
  • February 4th, Information Booth at By A Thread Play.
  • February, Violence Prevention Month 2008.
  • January 21st, Presentation on Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships for the Independent Living Resource Centre youth group.
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2008

  • December 12th, NLSACPC Christmas Party
  • December 6th, Information Booth and dedication at December 6th Vigil at Memorial University
  • December 3rd, Presentation on Sexual Violence and Centre Services, Impact on Mental Health and Role of Nurses for Centre for MUN Nursing Studies students
  • December 1st, Presentation on Sexual Violence, Handling Disclosures for MUN ED 3210 class
  • November 27th, Presentation for RNC Cadets in training on an Overview of Sexual Violence, Centre Services, and Sensitivity Training
  • November 24th, Presentation on Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships for St. John's Women's Centre women's group
  • November 24th, Presentation on Dating and Relationships for Holy Spirit High School
  • November 18th-20th, Information Booth at Addictions Awareness Week Maze
  • November 18th, Presentation on Body Image and Self Esteem for St. John's Native Friendship Centre's women's group
  • November 17th, Presentation on Sexual Violence and Centre Services, Impact on Mental Health and Role of Nurses for MUN Centre for Nursing Studies students.
  • November 7th, Presentation on Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships for Rabbittown Community Centre youth group
  • November 6th, Information Booth at at St. Michaels' High School Health Fair, Bell Island
  • November 4th, Presentation on Dating and Relationships at Community Mediation Services Youth Conference
  • October 30th, Presentation on Sexual Violence and Centre Services, Handling Disclosures for Public Service Commission
  • October 25th, Discussion on Centre Services, Sexual Violence with Ranger Group Girl Guides of Canada 1st Carbonear Unit
  • October 23rd, Presentation on Body Image and Self Esteem for Women Interested in Successful Employment
  • October 22nd, Presentation on Dating and Relationships for St. John's Native Friendship Centre's youth group
  • October 19th, Presentation on Sexual Violence, Dealing with Disclosures and Centre Services for Women's Resource Centre volunteer training
  • October 17th, Presentation on Sexual Violence for Rabbittown Community Centre youth group
  • October 16th, Discussion of 'Feminism in Practice' with MUN SW Class
  • October 15th, Presentation on Body Image and Self Esteem for the Independent Living Resource Centre youth group
  • October 14th, Presentation of Body Image and Self Esteem for the Murphy Centre
  • October 9th, Presentation on Sexual Violence; Handling Disclosures for Teachers on Wheels members
  • SVA Week events
  • September 18th, Discussion on sexual violence at Rabbittown Community Centre's 'Chit Chat for Chicks' night
  • September 16th, Information Booth at MUN Volunteer Fair
  • September 11th, Presentation on Sexual Violence for Independent Living Resource Centre men's group
  • August 27th, Presentation on Sexual Violence; Handling Disclosures for MUN Residence officers
  • August 20th, Presentation on Healthy vs. Unhealthy relationships for Rabbittown Community Centre Skills Link group
  • August 11th, Presentation on Sexual Violence for Independent Living Resource Centre women's group
  • July 30th, Presentation on Sexual Violence at Public Legal Information's Youth Justice Rocks Camp
  • July 16th, Presentation on Sexual Violence for Independent Living resource Centre youth group
  • July 9th, Presentation on Dating & Relationships for Association for New Canadians youth group
  • July 9th, Presentation on Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships for St. John's Women's Centre: Women's Journey to Wellness group
  • June 3rd, Presentation on Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships for CHANNAL group
  • June 10th, Presentation on Body Image and Self Esteem for Women Interested in Successful Employment
  • June 6th, Presentation on Sexual Violence; Handling Disclosures for Child and Youthcare Association NL
  • June 3rd, Presentation on Sexual Violence and Centre Services for St. John's Native Friendship Centre Women's Group
  • May 28th, MUN Women's Studies Graduate Class, discussion on 'Feminism in Practice'; sexual violence in the province of NL; Centre services
  • May 20th-21st, MUN-Med School Standardized Patient Training with discussion on sexual violence issues
  • May 15th, Presentation on Sexual Harassment for St. Paul's Jr. High School
  • May 13th-14th, Information Booth at NLSHC Conference
  • May 8th, Presentation on Body Image and Self Esteem for CHANNAL group
  • May 7th, Presentation on Sexual Harassment for St. Paul's Jr. High School
  • May 5th, Attendance at Public Rally against Bill C-484
  • April 28th, Presentation on Sexual Harassment at St. Bon's Jr. High School
  • April 24th, Panel agency at Youth Violence Forum for parents.
  • April 22nd, Volunteer Appreciation event
  • April 22nd, Booth and Presentation at Independent Living Resource Centre's Disability Awareness Day
  • April 21st, Presentation on Sexual Harassment at St. Bon's High School
  • April 19th, Healing in Harmony: Knowledge, Spirit, Heart and Mind; workshop 3 of 3
  • April 17th, Law Day Public Information booth at Avalon Mall.
  • April 16th, Information Booth at Holy Heart of Mary High School Prom Safety Initiative
  • April 12th, Healing in Harmony: Knowledge, Spirit, Heart and Mind; workshop 2 of 3
  • April 11th, Presentation on Sexual Violence and Centre Services for NL Association for the Deaf.
  • April 5th, Healing in Harmony: Knowledge, Spirit, Heart and Mind; workshop 1 of 3
  • April 2nd, Training for CompuCollege Child Youth Care Worker students
  • March 26th-27th, Information Booths and attendance at VPI Stakeholder's Provincial Conference: The Web of Youth Violence
  • March 25th, Presentation for an Introduction to Counseling class at Memorial University on an Overview of Sexual Violence and Centre Services
  • March 20th, 12 week Survivor's Group begins.
  • March 19th, Presentation for the SJSWC/Women's Centre on Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships
  • March 9th, Information Booth on various sexual violence topics and Centre services at the SJSWC/Women's Centre Bread and Roses Brunch
  • March 7th, Information Booth on various sexual violence topics and Centre services at Memorial University's International Women's Day Fair
  • March 6th, Training for CompuCollege Child Youth Care Worker students
  • February 21st, Information Booth on various sexual violence topics and Centre services at "A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant and a Prayer" at Memorial University
  • February 19th, Presentation for the Business Administration Class at Academy Canada on Sexual Harassment, an Overview of Sexual Violence and Centre Services
  • February 19th, Presentation and focus group for the Holy Heart Peer Leaders Group on Sexual Harassment
  • February 16th, Information Booth on various sexual violence topics and Centre services at the production of the Vagina Monologues at Memorial University
  • February 15th, Information Booth on various sexual violence topics and Centre services at the production of the Vagina Monologues at Memorial University
  • February 14th, Presentation for RNC Cadets in training on an Overview of Sexual Violence, Centre Services, and Sensitivity Training
  • February 13th, Presentation for the Iris Kirby House on an Overview of Sexual Violence and Centre Services
  • February 7th, Presentation for WISE on Body Image and Self-Esteem
  • February 6th, Presentation and informal discussion on Sexual Violence issues for MUN Women's Studies Class
  • January 31st, Presentation for the entire College of the North Atlantic, Clarenville on Body Image and Self-Esteem
  • January 31st, Presentation for the Adult Basic Education and First Year Engineering classes at College of the North Atlantic, Clarenville on Sexual Harassment, an Overview of Sexual Violence and Centre Services
  • January 31st, Presentation for the Trades class at College of the North Atlantic, Clarenville on Sexual Harassment, an Overview of Sexual Violence and Centre Services
  • January 30th, Presentation for the Office Administration Class at the College of the North Atlantic, Clarenville on Sexual Harassment, an Overview of Sexual Violence, Centre Services and Healthy vs Unhealthy Relationships
  • January 30th, Presentation for the NL Correctional Centre for Women on an Overview of Sexual Violence, Centre Services and Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships
  • January 29th, Presentation for Naomi Centre on an Overview of Sexual Violence and Centre Services
  • January 24th, Presentation for WISE on an Overview of Sexual Violence, Centre Services and Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships
  • January 18th, Annual General Meeting and Volunteer Retreat at Sunshine Rotary Park Lodge, 7pm
  • January 14th, Presentation for Emmanuel House on an Overview of Sexual Violence and Centre Services
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2007

  • December 6th, NLSACPC dedication at the December 6th Vigil at Memorial University
  • November 29th, Information Booth on various sexual violence topics and Centre services at the Emmanuel House Annual Health Fair
  • November 21st, Presentation for MUN Centre for Nursing Studies on an Overview of Sexual Violence, Centre Services, the Impact on Mental Health and the Role of Nurses
  • November 19th, Presentation for the MUN Centre for Nursing Studies on an Overview of Sexual Violence, Centre Services, the Impact on Mental Health and the Role of Nurses
  • November 15th, Presentation for the Holy Heart High School Interact (Rotary) Group on an Overview of Sexual Violence topics and Centre Services
  • November 14th, Presentation for an ethics class at Gonzaga High School on Body Image and Self-Esteem
  • November 10th, Presentation for the Multicultural Women's Organization of NL workshop on an Overview of Sexual Violence and Centre Services
  • November 8th, Presentation for an ethics class at Gonzaga High School on Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships
  • November 7th, Presentation for an ethics class at Gonzaga High School on an Overview of Sexual Violence and Centre services
  • November 4th, Presentation for GUYZ at the Tommy Sexton Centre on an Overview of Sexual Violence for Male Victims and Centre services
  • October 19th, Presentation for students at the T.I. Murphy Centre on Body Image and Self-Esteem
  • October 13th, Presentation for the Women's Resource Centre training session for new volunteers at Memorial University on an Overview of Sexual Violence and Centre Services
  • September 26th, Information Booth on various sexual violence topics and Centre services at Memorial University's Student Volunteer Fair
  • September 26th, Presentation for CHANNAL on Body Image and Self-Esteem
  • September 21st, 'Public Gathering' concluded Sexual Violence Awareness Week2007 at Community Youth Network. Refreshments served by the men's auxiliary committee
  • September 21st, 'Public Rally' on City Hall steps at 8:30pm. Guest speakers included Hans Rollman , and Inga Skaya
  • September 21st, 23rd Annual'Take Back the Night March'. Women and children reclaim their freedom to walk in safety, and protest against violence. Meet at Bannerman Park at 7:30pm
  • September 20th, 'Youth Night' at Virginia Park Community Centre. Children gathered to make posters for the annual Take Back the Night March
  • September 19th, Wenlido East and NLSACPC offered a self-defense session for women at the Daybreak Parent-Children Centre
  • September 18th, Open Houseat NL Sexual Assault Crisis and Prevention Centre offices from 2-4pm to learn about the Centre and what services are available. Volunteer applications made available to women interested in volunteering and refreshments served
  • September 17th, Community Reception at the Foran Room, City Hall to recognize and thank community individuals and organizations who have supported the Centre in its work
  • September 17th, Signing of the Proclamation, commences Sexual Violence Awareness Week
  • September 17th-21st, Sexual Violence Awareness Week 2006 events; "Ending Violence is Everyone's Responsibility!"
  • September 16th, Information Booth on various sexual violence topics and Centre services at the Healthy Living Trade Show
  • July 17th, Community Discussion on Sexual Violence and Community Safety, in response to recent sexual assault. Taking place at Sobey's Community Room, at 7pm. Everyone welcome.
  • May 29th, Training workshop delivered for St. Clare's Hospital Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner program.
  • April 25th, Presentation on Sexual Violence and the Law, with SANE at Turnings Victim's Forum, City Hall.
  • April 19th, Presentations on Date Rape Drugs and The Meaning of Consent at Holy Heart of Mary High School.
  • April 3rd, Unhealthy Relationships presentation at St. John's Native Friendship Centre.
  • March 26th, Annual General Meeting, Sobey's Community Room, Topsail Rd. 7pm.
  • March 23rd, Information session and survivor story at College of the North Atlantic Carbonear Campus.
  • March 11th, information booth at Bread and Roses Brunch, SJSWC/Women's Centre.
  • March 9th, IWD booth at MUN's IWD Fair.
  • March 8th, RNC cadets training on Sexual Assault and NLSACPC Services.
  • March 7th, presentation for Easter Seals Horizons Group on Sexual Harassment.
  • March 7th, presentation for MUN Women's Studies class on Sexual Assault and NLSACPC Services.
  • March 6th, NLSACPC launches the 'Protect Y/Ourselves' public awareness campaign on drug-facilitated sexual assault.
  • March 5th, presentation for MUN School of Nursing; childhood survivors of sexual assault.
  • March 5th, presentation for MUN School of Nursing class on Sexual Assault and NLSACPC Services.
  • March 5th, Training begins for new NLSACPC volunteers.
  • February 26th, Public Information Session on volunteer opportunities with NLSACPC.
  • February 12th, Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships; Sexual Assault and the Law; The Meaning of Consent; and Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault presentations delivered at workshops with Peer Leaders Group, Southern Shore.
  • January 25th, presentation on Crisis Support and NLSACPC services for St. John's Status of Women Council/Women's Centre group.
  • January 17th, provide information session on Sexual Assault and NLSACPC services for Turnings volunteer training.
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2006

  • December 6th, NLSACPC dedication at December 6th Vigil.
  • November 27th, "Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships" presentation for Skills Link group, Virginia Park Community Centre.
  • November 21st, information booth at VPI Provincial Stakeholders' Conference.
  • November 17th, presentation at Mobile High School on "Sexual Assault and the Meaning of Consent" and "Date Rape".
  • November 15th, information booth atConnections for Youth Eastern Health Youth Fair.
  • November 8th, "Sexual Violence and the Law" and NLSACPC Services presentation for MUN counseling class.
  • November 10th, "Sexual Assault and Mental Illness" presentation for Centre for Nursing Studies class.
  • October 25th, "Body Image and Self Esteem" and "Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships" presentations forWISE group, Carbonear.
  • October 25th, "Body Image and Self Esteem" presentation at Murphy Centre.
  • October 15th, "Sexual Violence and the Law" and NLSACPC Services presentation for WRC volunteer orientation and training.
  • September 15th, 'Public Rally' on City Hall steps at 8:30pm. Speakers include Nancy Riche, well known women's right advocate; Leslie MacLeod, president of Provincial Advisory Council on the Status of Women; and Yamuna Kutty president of the Multicultural Women's Organizations of NL.
  • September 15th, 22nd Annual 'Take Back the Night March'. Women and children reclaim their freedom to walk in safety, and protest against violence. Meet at Bannerman Park at 7:30pm. (VIEW MAP)
  • September 14th, 'Youth Night' at Rabbittown Community Centre at 6pm. Children gather to make posters for the annual Take Back the Night March.
  • September 13th, presentation on NLSASPC services, sexual assault and the law, and sexual assault myths for Turnings volunteer training.
  • September 12th, 'Vocal Women' at the Club One on George, 8:00pm. An inspirational combination of music and poetry performed by women. Featuring Denielle Hann (of Blue Eyed Blonde) Miss Conduct, Short and Sweet, Cherie Pyne, Lean Kean and more. Admission $5 or pay what you can. Proceeds benefit NLSACPC.
  • September 11th, Open House at NL Sexual Assault Crisis and Prevention Centre offices from 2-4pm. Learn about the Centre and what services are available. Volunteer applications will be available to women who may be interested in volunteering. Refreshments will be served. Everyone is welcome!
  • September 11th, Signing of the Proclamation, commences Sexual Violence Awareness Week.
  • September 11th - 15th, 'Sexual Violence Awareness Week 2006' events; "Remember. Believe. Unite!"
  • September 8th, Celebration Luncheon at the Battery to recognize former and present volunteers of NLSACPC. Guest speakers are St. John's City Councillor, Shannie Duff and 11 year volunteer with NLSACPC, Denise Hayes.
  • August 31st, information booth on NLSACPC events, services and fundraising at Confederation Building.
  • August 30th, information booth and fundraising at Health Science Centre.
  • August 29th, NLSACPC representatives attend National Family Violence Initiative reception with Minister Joan Burke.
  • August 19th, NLSACPC information booth and speech atPeace Accord on the need for anti-violence events and services in our province.
  • August 9th, presentation to Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officers on NLSACPC services, and SANE procedures.
  • July 8th, Annual General Meeting.
  • July 2nd, Silent Auction and Fashion Show; Andrea Edison 'Angelle Apparel' at 7:30pm, Masonic Temple.
  • June 13th, NLSACPC representatives attend Community Partners Against Crime 2006: A Community Development Opportunity, presented by the St. John's Citizen's Crime Prevention Committee.
  • May 23rd, Training session for 2nd year MUN Med School students.
  • April 25th, NLSACPC Volunteer Appreciation event.
  • April 10th, Healthy Relationships presentation forCompuCollege 'Youth Care Counselor' students.
  • April 8th, NLSACPC hosts an information booth for the MUN Faculty of Medicine seminar: "Providing Optimal Health Care in a Multi-Cultural Society".
  • April 7th, Training workshop for St. Clare's SANE nurses.
  • April 5th, Information presentation atHoly Heart of Mary High School, on sexual assault, consent, healthy relationships and date rape drugs.
  • March 25th, NLSACPC Post-Paddy's Day Fundraiser. Bridie Molloy's at 8pm.
  • March 24th-26th, NLSACPC provincial Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) Conference, Comfort Inn, St. John's.
  • March 21st, Training concludes for new NLSACPC volunteers.
  • March 14th, Presentation on "Sexual Assault and the Meaning of Consent" for Women Studies class,MUN.
  • March 10th, booth at IWD Fair,MUN.
  • March 8th, International Women's Day (IWD).
  • February 27th, Information presentation for training withTurnings.
  • February 26th, NLSACPC booth at Vagina Monologues.
  • February 20th, Information booth atHealthy Living Fair, Bishop's College.
  • February 15th, NLSACPC booth at Vagina Celebration Fair,MUN; presented byWRC.
  • February 10th, "Sexual Assault and the Meaning of Consent" presentation for Healthy Living Day at Villa Nova Jr. High School, Manuels.
  • January 28th, Training begins for new NLSACPC volunteers.
  • January 17th, Information Sessionfor women interested in volunteering with NLSACPC.
  • January 10th, Information Session for women interested in volunteering with NLSACPC.
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2005

  • November 28th, "Unhealthy Relationships" presentation at O'Donnell High School.
  • November 22nd, Presentation forMUN Women Studies class on "Sexual Assault and NLSACPC Services".
  • November 21st, Presentation forMUN School of Nursing class on "Sexual Assault and Mental Health".
  • November 19th, "Sexual Assault and NLSACPC Services" presentation for WRC volunteer orientation and training.
  • September 16th, 'Dance' to celebrate the courage of everyday women who fight for equality and justice everywhere! Liquid Ice, 186 Water Street at 9:30pm. $5.00 cover, or pay what you can. Proceeds benefit NLSACPC.
  • September 16th, 'Public Rally' on City Hall steps at 8:30pm. Speakers include Tracy Duffy, Connie Snow, Pam Thomas, Derrick Bishop.
  • September 16th, 21st Annual 'Take Back the Night March'. (VIEW POSTER) Women and children unite in a march to protest violence against women. Meet at Bannerman Park at 7:30pm. (VIEW MAP)
  • September 15th, 'Youth Night' with the Boys and Girls Club at Buckmaster Circle Rec Centre at 6:30pm. Children gather to make posters for the annual Take Back the Night March.
  • September 14th, 'Vocal Women' at the Martini Bar above Peddlers on George, 7:30pm.An inspirational combination of music and poetry performed by women. Featuring Jill Porter, Jackie Sullivan, Lea Coultas, to name a few. Admission $5 or pay what you can. Proceeds benefit NLSACPC. (VIEW POSTER)
  • September 13th, 'How to Help a Sexual Assault Survivor: What Men Can Do' hosted by Sexual Harassment Office, MUN.
  • September 12th, Open House at NL Sexual Assault Crisis and Prevention Centre offices from 2-4pm. Learn about the Centre and what services are available. Volunteer applications will be available to women who may be interested in volunteering. Refreshments will be served. Everyone is welcome!
  • September 12th, Signing of the Proclamation by Premier Danny Williams, commences Sexual Violence Awareness Week. (SEE PHOTO GALLERY)
  • September 12th-16th,'Sexual Violence Awareness Week 2005' events; "Sexual Violence Hurts Everyone"
  • June 25th, Annual General Meeting.
  • May 3rd, NLSACPC hosts a booth duringYouth Community Awareness Day. Presented by Youth Services, Buckmaster Circle Community Centre, the City of St. John's and Community Youth Network, this event provides awareness on services and programs available to youth.
  • March 11th, RCMPKlondike Night. NLSACPC is one of the beneficiaries of the event.
  • March 11th, Information booth at MUN for IWD.
  • March 8th, International Women's Day.
  • February 27th-28th, NLSACPC participates in Violence Prevention Initiative Stakeholder Consultation Session Holiday Inn, St. John's.
  • February 25th, Presentation at Murphy Centre.
  • February 21st, Presentations for St. Michael's High School students onBelle Island.
  • February 5th and 6th, The Women's Resource Centre (MUN) puts on a production ofEve Ensler's 'The Vagina Monologues' . The NLSACPC is among the beneficiaries of the event.
  • February 2nd, Presentation for St. John's Boys and Girls Club at Airport Heights Recreation Centre.
  • February 1st, Training begins for new NLSACPC volunteers.
  • January 25th,Presentation forSt. John's Boys and Girls Club, Wedgwood Park Rec Centre.
  • January 23rd, Presentation at Planned Parenthood Volunteer Orientation.
  • January 21st, Tour of NLSACPC office for MUNSchool of Social Work students.
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2004

  • December 6th, December 6th Vigil, a National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. NLSACPC outreach work and our purple ribbon campaign are dedicated to the memory of the 14 women who dies at the Montreal Massacre. 
  • November 30th, information booth at Belle Island Health Fair.
  • November 24th, NLSACPC attends CSC's 19th Annual Volunteer Coordinators Luncheon; information booth.
  • November 19th, CBC Radio Noon interview with NLSACPC coordinator, Tracy Duffy.
  • October 27th, NLSACPC information booth atMUNVolunteer Fair.
  • October 23rd, presentation for WRC volunteer orientation and training.
  • October 18th, NLSACPC hosts an information booth at Avalon Mall as part of 9th annual YWCA Week Without Violence.
  • September 17th, 20th Annual 'Take Back the Night March'. Lee Lakeman, Peter Cornish from theWhite Ribbon Campaign, and Ann Munier from Amnesty International speak at a rally on City Hall steps. Author Michael Crummey performs readings from one of his books, and drummers and dancers from The St. John's Native Friendship Centre perform at a public gathering following the rally.
  • September 16th, 'Youth Night' with the Boys and Girls Club at Buckmaster Circle Rec Centre
  • September 15th, 'Silent Auction & Karaoke' at Stanley's Pub, Bella Vista.
  • September 14th, 'WOM/MEN Jammin' at the Fat Cat.
  • September 13th, Signing of the Proclamation by Hon. Joan Burke, Minister Responsible for the Status of Women, to begin Sexual Violence Awareness Week.
  • September 13th-18th, 'Sexual Violence Awareness Week 2004' events; "Diverse Hearts with A Common Hope"
  • September 11th, presentation at Planned Parenthood Volunteer Orientation.
  • August 19th, 'Summer Blast: 2nd Annual Bands Against Sexual Violence' benefit concert at Peddlers on George. Hosted by Kelly-Ann Evans, featuring Jill Porter Band, Kathy Phippard, Kilkenny Krew, Dr. Zoo and Trimmed Navel Beef.
  • August 18th, NLSACPC attends Candlelight Vigil, to show support for Victims of Homicide and changes to the justice system for violent crimes like murder.
  • July 23rd, Open House to the public at NLSACPC's new offices on 360 Topsail Rd, Suite 101.
  • June 25-26th, NLSACPC participates in Iris Kirby House weekend retreat.
  • May 31st, NLSACPC attends 'Safe Communities, Safe Schools Conference' at McDonald Dr. Junior High School.
  • May 21st, presentations at St. Anne's Academy, Dunville.
  • May 6th, presentation for Salvation Army.
  • April 29th, presentation at Chapel Arm.
  • March 13th, NLSACPC hosts a booth at the Avalon Mall to support
  • The Body Shop's 'Stop Violence Against Women' campaign.
  • March 12th, NLSACPC hosts a booth for IWD at MUN.
  • March 12th, The Provincial Advisory Council on the Status of Women invites NLSACPC to attend 'Breaking Bread for Women In Afghanistan', a fundraising event to improve education of women in Afghanistan.
  • March 10th -11th, NLSACPC takes part in a round table discussion with Premier Danny Williams, as well as meetings with the leader of the opposition and the NDP party. IWD event - "Women's Work Makes Cents: We Want Dollars!"
  • March 8th, International Women's Day (IWD).
  • March 8th, presentations at Villanova Jr. High.
  • February 26th, The Women's Resource Centre (MUN) puts on a production of Eve Ensler's 'The Vagina Monologues' . The NLSACPC is among the beneficiaries of the event.
  • February 10th-20th, NLSACPC promotes 2 Valentine Fundraisers - Tickets were sold for our 'Romance Basket' (Congratulations to our winner, B. Smith!) & the top entry for 'Most Creative Way To Ask Your Valentine for Consent', won our 'Consent Basket' (Congratulations to D. Kennedy for her winning entry!)
  • February 17th, presentation for Buckmasters Circle group.
  • February 13th, presentation at Whitbourne Boys Home.
  • February 10th, presentation for Buckmasters Circle group.
  • February 9th, 'SPEAK-OUT: Connecting With Rural Women About Sexual Violence' hosted by WISE in Carbonear.
  • January 29th, Belle Island Wabana Boys & Girls Club host a SPEAK-OUT.
  • January 22nd, The Salvation Army Women's Ministries, Conception Bay South, host a SPEAK-OUT.
  • January 20th, SPEAK-OUT hosted in Branch.
  • January 20th, SPEAK-OUT hosted in Riverhead.
  • January 14th, presentation at Sobeys, Merrymeeting Rd.
  • January 10th, Annual General Meeting.
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2003

  • December 10th, SPEAK-OUT: Connecting With Rural Women About Sexual Violence'  hosted in Dunville, Placentia Bay.
  • October 19th, NLSACPC present 'Guyz & Girlz Symposium' at the Airport Plaza in St. John's. The conference, which encourages attendance from women from all over the province, focuses on educating young women ages 12-18.
  • October 3rd, members of NLSACPC attend a press release by the Provincial Advisory Council on the Status of Women, which encourages women to vote in the upcoming election.
  • September 15th-19th, 'Sexual Violence Awareness Week 2003' events.
  • September 19th, 19th Annual 'Take Back the Night March', rally and public gathering.
  • September 18th, annual Benefit Concert and 'Silent Auction' at Peddlers, to promote awareness about Sexual Violence Awareness Week and raise funds for NLSACPC. Performances by Ever Zero, John Rao, Ocean Skye, Electric Hitmen.
  • September 17th, NLSACPC host a 'Youth Night' at Buckmaster Circle Community Centre. The children take part in making posters and signs for the 'Take Back the Night' March.
  • August 21st, 'Summer Blast: Bands Against Sexual Violence' benefit concert at Peddlers in aid of Sexual Violence Awareness Week events. Performances by Gear Box, Ever Zero, Electrik Hitmen, Dr. Zoo, A Select Few, Heather Woodman. Hosted by Jackie Sullivan.
  • February 1st, Training Sessions begin for new NLSACPC volunteers.
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