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Meet Angela:

The awareness campaign aims to:

  • Create a Culture change in Toronto relating to sexual violence and abuse
  • Promote Support Services in Toronto
  • Empowering Victims to make a decision about whether to report to the Police (or Crimestoppers)

The campaign has come about from the SVA Partnership, which includes police, education, SVA support services and Toronto City Council, and aims to make Toronto a safe place to live, work and socialize without the risk of SVA.  

In order to do this, a culture change is needed and the #NoMore awareness campaign is the start of that.

To start this change, in 2017 #NoMore will focus on nightlife establishments and students of university and colleges across the country encouraging them to report, seek support and challenge behaviour in relation to SVA.

How you can take part
There’s lots of ways to take part in the campaign. Here are a few of the suggestions. Print this poster and ask local nightclubs, bars & coffee shops to take part. Place them in the womens washroom stalls where they can be seen. Tell your friends

 

Organisations who can help

911: If you are in immediate danger, call 911 for help

Toronto 24hr Rape Crisis Hotline 416 597 8808
http://trccmwar.ca/our-services/24-hour-crisis-line/
Crisis email crisis@trccmwar.ca

Toronto Rape Crisis Center : 416 222 TIPS
http://trccmwar.ca/
TRCC/MWAR is a grassroots, women-run collective working towards a violence-free world by providing anti-oppressive, feminist peer support to survivors of sexual violence through support, education and activism.


Toronto Crime Stoppers : 416 222 TIPS
https://222tips.com/