16 Days 2018 Calendar

November 25 / 25 Novembre

Day 1 / Jour 1

Youth Circle on Violence Against Women

  • What has happened in Parliament and what do you think about it? Senator Marilou McPhedran is requesting to hear from you on any and all issues related to violence against women and girls.
  • 11:00am, 129 Dagmar St, Winnipeg, MB R3A 0Z3, Canada
  • Organizers: Senator Marilou McPhedran and Manitoba Women 4 Women of South Sudan

WIIS-Canada Blog posts

  •  A blog post will be published every day of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.
  •   Organizer: WIIS-Canada

Daily Artwork

  • Highlighting the issues of violence in the workplace. The artwork will be posted on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter daily.
  • Organizer: PointBleu

WIIS McGill Social Media Posting

  • Postings under the theme of “End Gender-Based Violence in the World of Work”
  • Organizer: WIIS McGill

Nobel Women's Initiative- Social media Event

  • Nobel Women's Initiative highlights 16 grassroots women activists working for peace, justice and equality.

Zonta International FaceBook Campaign

  • Have you wondered why November 25 was designated by the United Nations as the International Day to Eliminate Violence Against Women?
  • Organizer: Zonta Club District 2

University Based 16 days of Activism Event-University of Windsor

  • Each day will bring something new to campus: social media takeovers, booths, interactive games, bystander workshops, FLIP THE SCRIPT against sexual violence workshops and videos
  • University of Windsor, Windsor, ON
  • Organizers: Sexual Wellness and Consent Committee University of Windsor, jack.org, Cjam, Peer Support Centre (Uwindsor)

Stats & Tips Regarding Violence Against Women-Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children

WIIS-Carleton Social Media Campaign

  • Promoting awareness of gender based violence in the work place
  • Organizer: WIIS-Carleton

NBMC Social Media Campaign

  • 16 stories featuring immigrant women, one for each day of the Campaign, will be published.
  • Organizer: New Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC)

A Signature Campaign for the Protection of Asia Bibi Pakistan

  • The signature campaign will take place at the various events within Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Organizer: Sister Trust Canada

NWAC Social Media Campaign and Resource 'Zine

  • Every day, NWAC will post on its social media platforms about Indigenous women and violence, with a focus on resources for survivors and front-line workers. At the end of the 16 Days, the posts will be collected into a resource 'zine that can be freely shared and printed as needed.
  • Organizer: Native Women's Association of Canada

Mass Media Campaign

  • Organizer: New Brunswick Immigrant Women's Association - New Brunswick Multicultural Council

IDRC Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: International Development Research Centre

Social Media Campaign- Women's Leadership and Role in Ending Gender Based Violence

  • Organizer: WIIS-Vancouver

November 26 / 26 Novembre

Day 2 / Jour 2

Launch of the 16 Days Canada Campaign and UNiTED Campaign

  • Illumination of the Heritage Building at Ottawa`s City Hall
  • Meet at 5:30 pm at Ottawa City Hall. Wear something orange and/or purple.
  • Organizers: Grandmother’s Advocacy Network and WIIS-Canada

Facebook Live Event

  • A panel discussing "Creating Consent Culture in the Workplace”
  • 6:00-7:00pm
  • Organizers: Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women and Canadian Labour Congress

Cards Against Misogyny

  • Doors open at 6:30 and games start at 7:00pm
  • Happy Goat Coffee Co. 35 Laurel Street, Ottawa, ON
  • Organizer: OCTEVAW

Roundtable Discussion

  • Between the Premier of BC, Parliamentary Secretary for Gender Equity Mitzi Dean and anti-violence advocates from organizations across BC.
  • Organizer: Government of British Columbia

WIIS-Canada Blog posts 

  • A blog post will be published every day of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.
  • Organizer: WIIS-Canada

Daily Artwork

  • Highlighting the issues of violence in the workplace. The artwork will be posted on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter daily.
  • Organizer: PointBleu

WIIS McGill Social Media Posting

  • Postings under the theme of “End Gender-Based Violence in the World of Work”
  • Organizer: WIIS McGill

Nobel Women's Initiative- Social media Event

  • Nobel Women's Initiative highlights 16 grassroots women activists working for peace, justice and equality.

Zonta International FaceBook Campaign

  • The Global Programme to Accelerate Action to End Child Marriage.
  • Organizer: Zonta Club District 2

University Based 16 days of Activism Event-University of Windsor

  • Each day will bring something new to campus: social media takeovers, booths, interactive games, bystander workshops, FLIP THE SCRIPT against sexual violence workshops and videos
  • University of Windsor, Windsor, ON
  • Organizers: Sexual Wellness and Consent Committee University of Windsor, jack.org, Cjam, Peer Support Centre (Uwindsor)

Stats & Tips Regarding Violence Against Women-Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children

WIIS-Carleton Social Media Campaign

  • Promoting awareness of gender based violence in the work place
  • Organizer: WIIS-Carleton

NBMC Social Media Campaign

  • 16 stories featuring immigrant women, one for each day of the Campaign, will be published.
  • Organizer: New Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC)

A Signature Campaign for the Protection of Asia Bibi Pakistan

  • The signature campaign will take place at the various events within Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Organizer: Sister Trust Canada

NWAC Social Media Campaign and Resource 'Zine

  • Every day, NWAC will post on its social media platforms about Indigenous women and violence, with a focus on resources for survivors and front-line workers. At the end of the 16 Days, the posts will be collected into a resource 'zine that can be freely shared and printed as needed.
  • Organizer: Native Women's Association of Canada

Mass Media Campaign

  • Organizer: New Brunswick Immigrant Women's Association - New Brunswick Multicultural Council

IDRC Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: International Development Research Centre

Social Media Campaign- Women's Leadership and Role in Ending Gender Based Violence

  • Organizer: WIIS-Vancouver

November 27 / 27 Novembre

Day 3 / Jour 3

Launch The UN 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign with Ms. Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations And Executive Director of UN Women

  • 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., room 100, Sir John A. MacDonald Building Parliament Hill, 144 Wellington Street, Ottawa, ON.
  • RSVP required, please RSVP to Katrina.Leclerc@sen.parl.gc.ca
  • Organizers: High Commission for South Africa to Canada, The Honourable Wanda Thomas Bernard, Senator, The Honourable Marilou McPhedran, Senator, and The Honourable Mary Coyle, Senator.

A Dialogue on Ending Gender-Based Violence on Campuses

  • #HearMeToo with Ms. Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director of UN Women & Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations, along with Senator Mary Coyle, Professor John Packer, students and administrators from Carleton and the University of Ottawa
  • 11:00am-12:15pm, Fauteux Hall  57 Louis-Pasteur Private  Room 570  Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5
  • Organizers: UN Women, Senate of Canada, Carleton University and University of Ottawa

Nowhere To Hide: The Impact of Technology Facilitated Violence, Abuse, and Harassment, and What We Can Do About It

  • Panelists will explore the impact of this form of violence, abuse, and harassment (e.g. the “chilling effect” of diverse voices online), and why our legal and political structures are failing to effectively address this issue.
  • Desautels Hall, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, 5:00-6:30pm
  • Organizers: Institute for Gender and the Economy, The Citizen Lab and WIIS Canada–Toronto

#HearMeToo Women of Courage Speak out for Peace

  • An evening discussion with five courageous women working for human rights, peace and justice.
  • 6:30-8:30pm, Bronson Centre, room 211, 211 Bronson Ave., Ottawa, ON
  • Organizer: KAIROS Canada with Amnesty International,  regional working groups of Canadian Council for International Cooperation (CCIC), Nobel Women’s Initiative (NWI) and Women, Peace and Security Network (WPSN) – Canada.

WIIS-Canada Blog posts

  • A blog post will be published every day of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.
  • Organizer: WIIS-Canada

Daily Artwork

  • Highlighting the issues of violence in the workplace. The artwork will be posted on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter daily.
  • Organizer: PointBleu

WIIS McGill Social Media Posting

  • Postings under the theme of “End Gender-Based Violence in the World of Work”
  • Organizer: WIIS McGill

Nobel Women's Initiative- Social media Event

  • Nobel Women's Initiative highlights 16 grassroots women activists working for peace, justice and equality.

Zonta International FaceBook Campaign

  • A post about Female genital mutilation or cutting (FGM/C)
  • Organizer: Zonta Club District 2

University Based 16 days of Activism Event-University of Windsor

  • Each day will bring something new to campus: social media takeovers, booths, interactive games, bystander workshops, FLIP THE SCRIPT against sexual violence workshops and videos
  • University of Windsor, Windsor, ON
  • Organizers: Sexual Wellness and Consent Committee University of Windsor, jack.org, Cjam, Peer Support Centre (Uwindsor)

Stats & Tips Regarding Violence Against Women-Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children

WIIS-Carleton Social Media Campaign

  • Promoting awareness of gender based violence in the work place
  • Organizer: WIIS-Carleton

NBMC Social Media Campaign

  • 16 stories featuring immigrant women, one for each day of the Campaign, will be published.
  • Organizer: New Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC)

A Signature Campaign for the Protection of Asia Bibi Pakistan

  • The signature campaign will take place at the various events within Ottawa, Ontario.

  • Organizer: Sister Trust Canada

NWAC Social Media Campaign and Resource 'Zine

  • Every day, NWAC will post on its social media platforms about Indigenous women and violence, with a focus on resources for survivors and front-line workers. At the end of the 16 Days, the posts will be collected into a resource 'zine that can be freely shared and printed as needed.
  • Organizer: Native Women's Association of Canada

Mass Media Campaign

  • Organizer: New Brusnwick Immigrant Women's Association - New Brusnwick Multicultural Council

IDRC Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: International Development Research Centre

Social Media Campaign- Women's Leadership and Role in Ending Gender Based Violence

  • Organizer: WIIS-Vancouver

November 28 / 28 Novembre

Day 4 / Jour 4

Panel

  • Panel en partenariat avec Vision Mondiale, au sujet des mariages d'enfants et mutilation génitales de petites filles.
  • Fauteux Hall, Université d'Ottawa, 57 Louis-Pasteur Private,K1N 6N5, Ottawa, ON
  • Organisateurs: Association Étudiante Canadienne des Droits de l'enfant de l'Université d'Ottawa, Vision Mondiale

WIIS-Canada Blog posts 

  • A blog post will be published every day of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.
  • Organizer: WIIS-Canada

Daily Artwork

  • Highlighting the issues of violence in the workplace. The artwork will be posted on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter daily.
  • Organizer: PointBleu

WIIS McGill Social Media Posting

  • Postings under the theme of “End Gender-Based Violence in the World of Work”
  • Organizer: WIIS McGill

Nobel Women's Initiative- Social media Event

  • Nobel Women's Initiative highlights 16 grassroots women activists working for peace, justice and equality.

Zonta International FaceBook Campaign

  • A post about Child Marriage.
  • Organizer: Zonta Club District 2

University Based 16 days of Activism Event-University of Windsor

  • Each day will bring something new to campus: social media takeovers, booths, interactive games, bystander workshops, FLIP THE SCRIPT against sexual violence workshops and videos
  • University of Windsor, Windsor, ON
  • Organizers: Sexual Wellness and Consent Committee University of Windsor, jack.org, Cjam, Peer Support Centre (Uwindsor)

Stats & Tips Regarding Violence Against Women-Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children

WIIS-Carleton Social Media Campaign

  • Promoting awareness of gender based violence in the work place
  • Organizer: WIIS-Carleton

NBMC Social Media Campaign

  • 16 stories featuring immigrant women, one for each day of the Campaign, will be published.
  • Organizer: New Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC)

A Signature Campaign for the Protection of Asia Bibi Pakistan

  • The signature campaign will take place at the various events within Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Organizer: Sister Trust Canada

NWAC Social Media Campaign and Resource 'Zine

  • Every day, NWAC will post on its social media platforms about Indigenous women and violence, with a focus on resources for survivors and front-line workers. At the end of the 16 Days, the posts will be collected into a resource 'zine that can be freely shared and printed as needed.
  • Organizer: Native Women's Association of Canada

Mass Media Campaign

  • Organizer: New Brunswick Immigrant Women's Association - New Brunswick Multicultural Council

IDRC Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: International Development Research Centre

Social Media Campaign- Women's Leadership and Role in Ending Gender Based Violence

  • Organizer: WIIS-Vancouver

November 29 / 29 Novembre

Day 5 / Jour 5

I am a Human Rights Defender: This is MY STORY

  • A conversation with Human Rights Defenders
  • 11:30-1:30pm, Fauteux Hall, FTX570 5th floor, 57 Louis-Pasteur Private #550, Ottawa, ON
  • Organizers: Human Rights Research and Education Centre (HRREC), Nobel Women's Initiative

WIIS-Queen’s Donation Booth and Whiteboard Campaign

  • A booth will be set up accepting donations of toiletries and menstrual products for Interval House Women's Shelter, as well as a whiteboard campaign shedding light onto female role models and women in the workplace.
  • Queen’s University Athletics and Recreation Centre, 284 Earl Street, Kingston, ON
  • Organizer: WIIS-Queen’s and Queen’s Period

WIIS-Canada Blog posts 

  • A blog post will be published every day of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.
  • Organizer: WIIS-Canada

Daily Artwork

  • Highlighting the issues of violence in the workplace. The artwork will be posted on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter daily.
  • Organizer: PointBleu

WIIS McGill Social Media Posting

  • Postings under the theme of “End Gender-Based Violence in the World of Work”
  • Organizer: WIIS McGill

Nobel Women's Initiative- Social media Event

  • Nobel Women's Initiative highlights 16 grassroots women activists working for peace, justice and equality.

Zonta International FaceBook Campaign

  • A post about Gender Based Violence and Migrants.
  • Organizer: Zonta Club District 2

University Based 16 days of Activism Event-University of Windsor

  • Each day will bring something new to campus: social media takeovers, booths, interactive games, bystander workshops, FLIP THE SCRIPT against sexual violence workshops and videos
  • University of Windsor, Windsor, ON
  • Organizers: Sexual Wellness and Consent Committee University of Windsor, jack.org, Cjam, Peer Support Centre (Uwindsor)

Stats & Tips Regarding Violence Against Women-Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children

WIIS-Carleton Social Media Campaign

  • Promoting awareness of gender based violence in the work place
  • Organizer: WIIS-Carleton

NBMC Social Media Campaign

  • 16 stories featuring immigrant women, one for each day of the Campaign, will be published.
  • Organizer: New Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC)

A Signature Campaign for the Protection of Asia Bibi Pakistan

  • The signature campaign will take place at the various events within Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Organizer: Sister Trust Canada

NWAC Social Media Campaign and Resource 'Zine

  • Every day, NWAC will post on its social media platforms about Indigenous women and violence, with a focus on resources for survivors and front-line workers. At the end of the 16 Days, the posts will be collected into a resource 'zine that can be freely shared and printed as needed.
  • Organizer: Native Women's Association of Canada

Mass Media Campaign

  • Organizer: New Brunswick Immigrant Women's Association - New Brunswick Multicultural Council

IDRC Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: International Development Research Centre

Social Media Campaign- Women's Leadership and Role in Ending Gender Based Violence

  • Organizer: WIIS-Vancouver

November 30 / 30 Novembre

Day 6 / Jour 6

WIIS-Canada Blog posts 

  • A blog post will be published every day of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.
  • Organizer: WIIS-Canada

Daily Artwork

  • Highlighting the issues of violence in the workplace. The artwork will be posted on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter daily.
  • Organizer: PointBleu

WIIS McGill Social Media Posting

  • Postings under the theme of “End Gender-Based Violence in the World of Work”
  • Organizer: WIIS McGill

Nobel Women's Initiative- Social media Event

  • Nobel Women's Initiative highlights 16 grassroots women activists working for peace, justice and equality.

Zonta International FaceBook Campaign

  • A post about Gender Based Violence and College Campuses.
  • Organizer: Zonta Club District 2

University Based 16 days of Activism Event-University of Windsor

  • Each day will bring something new to campus: social media takeovers, booths, interactive games, bystander workshops, FLIP THE SCRIPT against sexual violence workshops and videos
  • University of Windsor, Windsor, ON
  • Organizers: Sexual Wellness and Consent Committee University of Windsor, jack.org, Cjam, Peer Support Centre (Uwindsor)

Stats & Tips Regarding Violence Against Women-Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children

WIIS-Carleton Social Media Campaign

  • Promoting awareness of gender based violence in the work place
  • Organizer: WIIS-Carleton

NBMC Social Media Campaign

  • 16 stories featuring immigrant women, one for each day of the Campaign, will be published.
  • Organizer: New Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC)

A Signature Campaign for the Protection of Asia Bibi Pakistan

  • The signature campaign will take place at the various events within Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Organizer: Sister Trust Canada

NWAC Social Media Campaign and Resource 'Zine

  • Every day, NWAC will post on its social media platforms about Indigenous women and violence, with a focus on resources for survivors and front-line workers. At the end of the 16 Days, the posts will be collected into a resource 'zine that can be freely shared and printed as needed.
  • Organizer: Native Women's Association of Canada

Mass Media Campaign

  • Organizer: New Brunswick Immigrant Women's Association - New Brunswick Multicultural Council

IDRC Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: International Development Research Centre

Social Media Campaign- Women's Leadership and Role in Ending Gender Based Violence

  • Organizer: WIIS-Vancouver

December 1 / 1 Décembre

Day 7 / Jour 7

End Violence Against Women and Girls-Event of the 16 Days Canada Campaign and UNiTED Campaign!

  • Meet at 4:15 pm for a march from Minto Park, Elgin Street, to the Human Rights Monument outside City Hall and then proceed into Ottawa's City Hall at 5:00 pm for speeches, spoken word, a proclamation by the Mayor, refreshments and an advocacy fair. Wear something Orange and/or Purple.
  • Ottawa, ON
  • Organizers: Grandmothers Advocacy Network and WIIS-Canada

Take Back The Night March

  • This event will kick off at the Victoria Faulkner Women's Centre to get inspired, make signs and then participants will march over to the North of Ordinary Experience Centre for some refreshments and live performances from local, rad women performers.
  • 3:30-7:00pm, Victoria Faulkner Women's Centre 503 Hanson Street, Whitehorse, Y1A 1Y9, Yukon Territory
  • Organizers: Victoria Faulkner Women's Centre and North of Ordinary Experience Centre

WIIS-Canada Blog posts 

  • A blog post will be published every day of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.
  • Organizer: WIIS-Canada

Daily Artwork

  • Highlighting the issues of violence in the workplace. The artwork will be posted on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter daily.
  • Organizer: PointBleu

WIIS McGill Social Media Posting

  • Postings under the theme of “End Gender-Based Violence in the World of Work”
  • Organizer: WIIS McGill

Nobel Women's Initiative- Social media Event

  • Nobel Women's Initiative highlights 16 grassroots women activists working for peace, justice and equality.

Zonta International FaceBook Campaign

  • Girls Not Brides: The Global Partnership to End Child Marriage.
  • Organizer: Zonta Club District 2

University Based 16 days of Activism Event-University of Windsor

  • Each day will bring something new to campus: social media takeovers, booths, interactive games, bystander workshops, FLIP THE SCRIPT against sexual violence workshops and videos
  • University of Windsor, Windsor, ON
  • Organizers: Sexual Wellness and Consent Committee University of Windsor, jack.org, Cjam, Peer Support Centre (Uwindsor)

Stats & Tips Regarding Violence Against Women-Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children

WIIS-Carleton Social Media Campaign

  • Promoting awareness of gender based violence in the work place
  • Organizer: WIIS-Carleton

NBMC Social Media Campaign

  • 16 stories featuring immigrant women, one for each day of the Campaign, will be published.
  • Organizer: New Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC)

A Signature Campaign for the Protection of Asia Bibi Pakistan

  • The signature campaign will take place at the various events within Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Organizer: Sister Trust Canada

NWAC Social Media Campaign and Resource 'Zine

  • Every day, NWAC will post on its social media platforms about Indigenous women and violence, with a focus on resources for survivors and front-line workers. At the end of the 16 Days, the posts will be collected into a resource 'zine that can be freely shared and printed as needed.
  • Organizer: Native Women's Association of Canada

Mass Media Campaign

  • Organizer: New Brunswick Immigrant Women's Association - New Brunswick Multicultural Council

IDRC Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: International Development Research Centre

Social Media Campaign- Women's Leadership and Role in Ending Gender Based Violence

  • Organizer: WIIS-Vancouver

December 2 / 2 Décembre

Day 8 / Jour 8

WIIS-Canada Blog posts 

  • A blog post will be published every day of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.
  • Organizer: WIIS-Canada

Daily Artwork

  • Highlighting the issues of violence in the workplace. The artwork will be posted on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter daily.
  • Organizer: PointBleu

WIIS McGill Social Media Posting

  • Postings under the theme of “End Gender-Based Violence in the World of Work”
  • Organizer: WIIS McGill

Nobel Women's Initiative- Social media Event

  • Nobel Women's Initiative highlights 16 grassroots women activists working for peace, justice and equality.

Zonta International FaceBook Campaign

  • Women in conflict.
  • Organizer: Zonta Club District 2

University Based 16 days of Activism Event-University of Windsor

  • Each day will bring something new to campus: social media takeovers, booths, interactive games, bystander workshops, FLIP THE SCRIPT against sexual violence workshops and videos
  • University of Windsor, Windsor, ON
  • Organizers: Sexual Wellness and Consent Committee University of Windsor, jack.org, Cjam, Peer Support Centre (Uwindsor)

Stats & Tips Regarding Violence Against Women-Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children

WIIS-Carleton Social Media Campaign

  • Promoting awareness of gender based violence in the work place
  • Organizer: WIIS-Carleton

NBMC Social Media Campaign

  • 16 stories featuring immigrant women, one for each day of the Campaign, will be published.
  • Organizer: New Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC)

A Signature Campaign for the Protection of Asia Bibi Pakistan

  • The signature campaign will take place at the various events within Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Organizer: Sister Trust Canada

NWAC Social Media Campaign and Resource 'Zine

  • Every day, NWAC will post on its social media platforms about Indigenous women and violence, with a focus on resources for survivors and front-line workers. At the end of the 16 Days, the posts will be collected into a resource 'zine that can be freely shared and printed as needed.
  • Organizer: Native Women's Association of Canada

Mass Media Campaign

  • Organizer: New Brunswick Immigrant Women's Association - New Brunswick Multicultural Council

IDRC Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: International Development Research Centre

Social Media Campaign- Women's Leadership and Role in Ending Gender Based Violence

  • Organizer: WIIS-Vancouver

December 3 / 3 Décembre

Day 9 / Jour 9

“How to Win Paid Domestic Violence Leave” Webinar

  • A panel presentation on the status, progress and way forward to securing paid domestic violence leave for workers across Canada.
  • 12:00pm
  • Organizer: Canadian Labour Congress

Art for Advocacy and Activism

  • This year's program at the FIFSW showcases arts-based messages developed by students to heighten awareness and generate ideas for action to eliminate gender based violence.
  • 246 Bloor St West, Toronto, On 7th Floor Lounge
  • Organizers: University of Toronto, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work

Twitter/social media campaign against violence against women with disabilities

  • Organizer: DAWN Canada

WIIS-Canada Blog posts 

  • A blog post will be published every day of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.
  • Organizer: WIIS-Canada

Daily Artwork

  • Highlighting the issues of violence in the workplace. The artwork will be posted on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter daily.
  • Organizer: PointBleu

WIIS McGill Social Media Posting

  • Postings under the theme of “End Gender-Based Violence in the World of Work”
  • Organizer: WIIS McGill

Nobel Women's Initiative- Social media Event

  • Nobel Women's Initiative highlights 16 grassroots women activists working for peace, justice and equality.

Zonta International FaceBook Campaign

  • Human trafficking.
  • Organizer: Zonta Club District 2

University Based 16 days of Activism Event-University of Windsor

  • Each day will bring something new to campus: social media takeovers, booths, interactive games, bystander workshops, FLIP THE SCRIPT against sexual violence workshops and videos
  • University of Windsor, Windsor, ON
  • Organizers: Sexual Wellness and Consent Committee University of Windsor, jack.org, Cjam, Peer Support Centre (Uwindsor)

Stats & Tips Regarding Violence Against Women-Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children

WIIS-Carleton Social Media Campaign

  • Promoting awareness of gender based violence in the work place
  • Organizer: WIIS-Carleton

NBMC Social Media Campaign

  • 16 stories featuring immigrant women, one for each day of the Campaign, will be published.
  • Organizer: New Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC)

A Signature Campaign for the Protection of Asia Bibi Pakistan

  • The signature campaign will take place at the various events within Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Organizer: Sister Trust Canada

NWAC Social Media Campaign and Resource 'Zine

  • Every day, NWAC will post on its social media platforms about Indigenous women and violence, with a focus on resources for survivors and front-line workers. At the end of the 16 Days, the posts will be collected into a resource 'zine that can be freely shared and printed as needed.
  • Organizer: Native Women's Association of Canada

Mass Media Campaign

  • Organizer: New Brunswick Immigrant Women's Association - New Brunswick Multicultural Council

IDRC Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: International Development Research Centre

Social Media Campaign- Women's Leadership and Role in Ending Gender Based Violence

  • Organizer: WIIS-Vancouver

December 4 / 4 Décembre

Day 10 / Jour 10

Panel on International Security Fieldwork

  • This event features scholars working in various areas of international security who will discuss their experiences and offer advice for conducting work successfully and safely.
  • Ryerson University, Toronto, ON
  • Organizers: WIIS-Toronto, Ryerson University - Department of Political Science

Roundtable Discussion

  • A roundtable discussion with senior human rights students and experts on verbal and psychological forms of gender-based violence in the workplace.
  • St. Thomas University, New Brunswick
  • Organizer: Atlantic Human Rights Centre

WIIS-Canada Blog posts 

  • A blog post will be published every day of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.
  • Organizer: WIIS-Canada

Daily Artwork

  • Highlighting the issues of violence in the workplace. The artwork will be posted on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter daily.
  • Organizer: PointBleu

WIIS McGill Social Media Posting

  • Postings under the theme of “End Gender-Based Violence in the World of Work”
  • Organizer: WIIS McGill

Nobel Women's Initiative- Social media Event

  • Nobel Women's Initiative highlights 16 grassroots women activists working for peace, justice and equality.

Zonta International FaceBook Campaign

  • Zonta says no Girl Brides.
  • Organizer: Zonta Club District 2

University Based 16 days of Activism Event-University of Windsor

  • Each day will bring something new to campus: social media takeovers, booths, interactive games, bystander workshops, FLIP THE SCRIPT against sexual violence workshops and videos
  • University of Windsor, Windsor, ON
  • Organizers: Sexual Wellness and Consent Committee University of Windsor, jack.org, Cjam, Peer Support Centre (Uwindsor)

Stats & Tips Regarding Violence Against Women-Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children

WIIS-Carleton Social Media Campaign

  • Promoting awareness of gender based violence in the work place
  • Organizer: WIIS-Carleton

NBMC Social Media Campaign

  • 16 stories featuring immigrant women, one for each day of the Campaign, will be published.
  • Organizer: New Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC)

A Signature Campaign for the Protection of Asia Bibi Pakistan

  • The signature campaign will take place at the various events within Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Organizer: Sister Trust Canada

NWAC Social Media Campaign and Resource 'Zine

  • Every day, NWAC will post on its social media platforms about Indigenous women and violence, with a focus on resources for survivors and front-line workers. At the end of the 16 Days, the posts will be collected into a resource 'zine that can be freely shared and printed as needed.
  • Organizer: Native Women's Association of Canada

Mass Media Campaign

  • Organizer: New Brunswick Immigrant Women's Association - New Brunswick Multicultural Council

IDRC Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: International Development Research Centre

Social Media Campaign- Women's Leadership and Role in Ending Gender Based Violence

  • Organizer: WIIS-Vancouver

December 5 / 5 Décembre

Day 11 / Jour 11

Atelier de reconnaissance des différentes formes de violence auxquelles nous sommes tous exposés au quotidien

  • Viens échanger avec nous sur le sujet et profitez d'un bon café chaud, puis d'une délicieuse collation.
  • 17 rue Brochu, Amqui, G5J 2Z6, Quebec
  • Organizer: Centre de Femmes de la Vallée de la Matapédia

Pop Up Market in Honour of the National Day of Remembrance

  • This event showcases the art of resilient survivors, from various agencies across York Region.
  • 1110 Stellar Drive, NewMarket ON
  • Organizers: LoveProject Woman and Art and Women’s Support Network of York Region

Leading From the Front: Combatting Gender-Based Violence in Canada’s Armed Forces

  • A roundtable discussion with LCdr (ret’d) Rosemary Park Director of Servicewomen’s Salute, Dr. Manon LeBlanc a Defence Scientist/Director General of Military Personnel Research and Analysis, Dr. Allan English an Associate Professor at Queen’s University and a CAF veteran
  • 11:00am to 2:00pm KPMG Offices, 150 Elgin Street, Suite 1800, Ottawa, ON
  • Organizers: The CDA Institute, in partnership with Women in International Security (WIIS-Canada)

Healthy Love Talk

  • These talks will be given by a member of the local school board speaking about how teachers can help students navigate issues like abuse and consent.
  • Online - Facebook Live, 12:00-2:00pm
  • Organizers: Neighbours, Friends and Families

WIIS-Canada Blog posts 

  • A blog post will be published every day of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.
  • Organizer: WIIS-Canada

Daily Artwork

  • Highlighting the issues of violence in the workplace. The artwork will be posted on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter daily.
  • Organizer: PointBleu

WIIS McGill Social Media Posting

  • Postings under the theme of “End Gender-Based Violence in the World of Work”
  • Organizer: WIIS McGill

Nobel Women's Initiative- Social media Event

  • Nobel Women's Initiative highlights 16 grassroots women activists working for peace, justice and equality.

Zonta International FaceBook Campaign

  • Zonta says no Street Harassment.
  • Organizer: Zonta Club District 2

University Based 16 days of Activism Event-University of Windsor

  • Each day will bring something new to campus: social media takeovers, booths, interactive games, bystander workshops, FLIP THE SCRIPT against sexual violence workshops and videos
  • University of Windsor, Windsor, ON
  • Organizers: Sexual Wellness and Consent Committee University of Windsor, jack.org, Cjam, Peer Support Centre (Uwindsor)

Stats & Tips Regarding Violence Against Women-Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children

WIIS-Carleton Social Media Campaign

  • Promoting awareness of gender based violence in the work place
  • Organizer: WIIS-Carleton

NBMC Social Media Campaign

  • 16 stories featuring immigrant women, one for each day of the Campaign, will be published.
  • Organizer: New Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC)

A Signature Campaign for the Protection of Asia Bibi Pakistan

  • The signature campaign will take place at the various events within Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Organizer: Sister Trust Canada

NWAC Social Media Campaign and Resource 'Zine

  • Every day, NWAC will post on its social media platforms about Indigenous women and violence, with a focus on resources for survivors and front-line workers. At the end of the 16 Days, the posts will be collected into a resource 'zine that can be freely shared and printed as needed.
  • Organizer: Native Women's Association of Canada

Mass Media Campaign

  • Organizer: New Brunswick Immigrant Women's Association - New Brunswick Multicultural Council

IDRC Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: International Development Research Centre

Social Media Campaign- Women's Leadership and Role in Ending Gender Based Violence

  • Organizer: WIIS-Vancouver

December 6 / 6 Décembre

Day 12 / Jour 12

Marche en mémoire de toutes les femmes victimes de violence et de féminicide

  • Au Marché de la Gare (720 place de la gare) Sherbrooke
  • Organizer: L'Escale de l'Estrie

La violence envers les femmes dans l’espace public

  • Conférence d'Aurélie Lebrun, Conseil des Montréalaises
  • La sécurité des femmes et des jeunes femmes cisgenres et trans lors des événements extérieurs à Montréal: Présentation de Dominik Boudreault Lapierre, resonsable aux initiatives sociales, ASEQ | Studentcare
  • Présentation de l'initiative «Commande un Angelot»
  • Remise de trois bourses d'excellence Trajetvi à des étudiantes dont le sujet de recherche porte sur la problématique de la violence faite aux femmes.
  • Carrefour des arts et des sciences | Université de Montréal
  • Organisateur: Trajetvi, Université de Montréal, Conseil des Montréalaises | ASEQ

Distribution de rubans blancs au métro Beaubien

  • Métro Beaubien
  • Organizer: Coalition 8 mars de la Petite-Patrie

The Struggle for Women's Rights in Iran: A Discussion with Human Rights Hero Shaparak Shajarizadeh

  • 12:00-1:15PM 1250 Guy St, FB 804, H3H 2L3, Montreal, QC
  • Organizers: The Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights in partnership with the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies

Red Rose Evening: Engaging Men as Allies

  • 7:00-9:00pm, Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, 111 Bear Street, Banff, Alberta.
  • Organizers: YWCA Banff, Leading Change (Alberta Council of Women's Shelters) and Lana Wells (Shift: Project to End Domestic Violence)

Candlelight Vigil- National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

  • Join in the lighting of candles to remember the 14 young women who were killed in 1989 at Ecole Polytechnique and the murdered and missing Indigenous women.
  • Some guest speakers will include:SAFE-Survivor Advocate For Empowerment, SAVIS- Human Trafficking
  • 5:00-7:30pm, Galaxy Hall, 475 North Service Rd. E, Oakville
  • Organizers: SAVIS of Halton, The OSSTF/FEESO, United Way Halton & Hamilton, and UNIFOR Local 707, ODLC

Remembrance Service with Guests and Glee Sister Choir

  • The committee will be hosting a morning ceremony at the Goderich courthouse where the flag will be lowered to half-mast, and several guest speakers will address the events of December 6th, 1989.
  • 10:00am, Courthouse Square, Goderich ON N7A 1M2
  • Organizers: Huron Domestic Assault Review Team, Huron Women’s Shelter, OPP, Huron County Health Unit, Alexandria Marine & General Hospital, Canadian Mental Health Association Huron-Perth, Huron Perth Children’s Aid Society, Choices for Change, Huron-Perth Centre, Rural Response for Healthy Children, Goderich Probation & Parole, Office of the Crown Attorney Huron County, Supervised Access Visitation & Exchange Program Huron-Perth, Victim Services Huron County, Victim/Witness Assistance Program

Documentary 'A Better Man' and Discussion

  • The committee will be hosting a film screening of “A Better Man” at the museum in Goderich.
  • 7:00pm, Huron County Museum, 110 North St., Goderich ON N7A 2T8
  • Huron Domestic Assault Review Team

December 6th Vigil 

  • 6:00pm, St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church 54 Queen Street North, N2H 2H2, Kitchener, ON
  • Organizers: CFUW Kitchener-Waterloo and Sexual Assault Support Centre of Waterloo Region

28th Annual Vigil Against Violence Against Women

  • An outdoor vigil which commemorates and honours the 14 young women killed at L'Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal in 1989 and all women who have lived or are living with violence.
  • 12:00pm, Coulter Parkette, Port Elgin, Green and Goderich Streets
  • Organizers: Canadian Federation of University Women Southport and CFUW Ontario Council

Human Trafficking in Northeastern Ontario

  • Lecture by Rosemary Nagy from Nipissing University
  • Social Science Centre room 6210, Western University, London, Ontario, 2:30-3:30 p.m
  • Centre for Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Reconstruction at Western University, Network on Economic and Social Trends

WIIS-Canada Blog posts 

  • A blog post will be published every day of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.
  • Organizer: WIIS-Canada

Daily Artwork

  • Highlighting the issues of violence in the workplace. The artwork will be posted on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter daily.
  • Organizer: PointBleu

WIIS McGill Social Media Posting

  • Postings under the theme of “End Gender-Based Violence in the World of Work”
  • Organizer: WIIS McGill

Nobel Women's Initiative- Social media Event

  • Nobel Women's Initiative highlights 16 grassroots women activists working for peace, justice and equality.

Zonta International FaceBook Campaign

  • Zonta says no Internet Violence.
  • Organizer: Zonta Club District 2

University Based 16 days of Activism Event-University of Windsor

  • Each day will bring something new to campus: social media takeovers, booths, interactive games, bystander workshops, FLIP THE SCRIPT against sexual violence workshops and videos
  • University of Windsor, Windsor, ON
  • Organizers: Sexual Wellness and Consent Committee University of Windsor, jack.org, Cjam, Peer Support Centre (Uwindsor)

Stats & Tips Regarding Violence Against Women-Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children

WIIS-Carleton Social Media Campaign

  • Promoting awareness of gender based violence in the work place
  • Organizer: WIIS-Carleton

NBMC Social Media Campaign

  • 16 stories featuring immigrant women, one for each day of the Campaign, will be published.
  • Organizer: New Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC)

A Signature Campaign for the Protection of Asia Bibi Pakistan

  • The signature campaign will take place at the various events within Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Organizer: Sister Trust Canada

NWAC Social Media Campaign and Resource 'Zine

  • Every day, NWAC will post on its social media platforms about Indigenous women and violence, with a focus on resources for survivors and front-line workers. At the end of the 16 Days, the posts will be collected into a resource 'zine that can be freely shared and printed as needed.
  • Organizer: Native Women's Association of Canada

Mass Media Campaign

  • Organizer: New Brunswick Immigrant Women's Association - New Brunswick Multicultural Council

IDRC Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: International Development Research Centre

Social Media Campaign- Women's Leadership and Role in Ending Gender Based Violence

  • Organizer: WIIS-Vancouver

December 7 / 7 Décembre

Day 13 / Jour 13

Book Club For Young Women

  • A Book which chronicles the life of a woman abused and then missing, focusing on missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada.
  • Community Room, Faculty of Education, Western University, London, Ontario. 12:00-2:00pm
  • Organizers: Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women & Children

WIIS-Canada Blog posts 

  • A blog post will be published every day of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.
  • Organizer: WIIS-Canada

Daily Artwork

  • Highlighting the issues of violence in the workplace. The artwork will be posted on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter daily.
  • Organizer: PointBleu

WIIS McGill Social Media Posting

  • Postings under the theme of “End Gender-Based Violence in the World of Work”
  • Organizer: WIIS McGill

Nobel Women's Initiative- Social media Event

  • Nobel Women's Initiative highlights 16 grassroots women activists working for peace, justice and equality.

Zonta International FaceBook Campaign

  • A post about Child Marriage.
  • Organizer: Zonta Club District 2

University Based 16 days of Activism Event-University of Windsor

  • Each day will bring something new to campus: social media takeovers, booths, interactive games, bystander workshops, FLIP THE SCRIPT against sexual violence workshops and videos
  • University of Windsor, Windsor, ON
  • Organizers: Sexual Wellness and Consent Committee University of Windsor, jack.org, Cjam, Peer Support Centre (Uwindsor)

Stats & Tips Regarding Violence Against Women-Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children

WIIS-Carleton Social Media Campaign

  • Promoting awareness of gender based violence in the work place
  • Organizer: WIIS-Carleton

NBMC Social Media Campaign

  • 16 stories featuring immigrant women, one for each day of the Campaign, will be published.
  • Organizer: New Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC)

A Signature Campaign for the Protection of Asia Bibi Pakistan

  • The signature campaign will take place at the various events within Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Organizer: Sister Trust Canada

NWAC Social Media Campaign and Resource 'Zine

  • Every day, NWAC will post on its social media platforms about Indigenous women and violence, with a focus on resources for survivors and front-line workers. At the end of the 16 Days, the posts will be collected into a resource 'zine that can be freely shared and printed as needed.
  • Organizer: Native Women's Association of Canada

Mass Media Campaign

  • Organizer: New Brunswick Immigrant Women's Association - New Brunswick Multicultural Council

IDRC Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: International Development Research Centre

Social Media Campaign- Women's Leadership and Role in Ending Gender Based Violence

  • Organizer: WIIS-Vancouver

December 8 / 8 Décembre

Day 14 / Jour 14

Introductory Muay Thai Kickboxing Class

  • Join WIIS-Toronto in a friendly and supportive environment to challenge yourself and explore the fundamentals of this popular combat sport that goes beyond a fun physical workout, providing a mentally and emotionally enriching experience.
  • Lotus Fitness and Thai Boxing: 450 Dufferin St., Toronto
  • Organizers: WIIS-Toronto and Lotus Fitness and Thai Boxing

WIIS-Canada Blog posts 

  • A blog post will be published every day of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.
  • Organizer: WIIS-Canada

Daily Artwork

  • Highlighting the issues of violence in the workplace. The artwork will be posted on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter daily.
  • Organizer: PointBleu

WIIS McGill Social Media Posting

  • Postings under the theme of “End Gender-Based Violence in the World of Work”
  • Organizer: WIIS McGill

Nobel Women's Initiative- Social media Event

  • Nobel Women's Initiative highlights 16 grassroots women activists working for peace, justice and equality.

Zonta International FaceBook Campaign

  • Intimate Partner Violence.
  • Organizer: Zonta Club District 2

University Based 16 days of Activism Event-University of Windsor

  • Each day will bring something new to campus: social media takeovers, booths, interactive games, bystander workshops, FLIP THE SCRIPT against sexual violence workshops and videos
  • University of Windsor, Windsor, ON
  • Organizers: Sexual Wellness and Consent Committee University of Windsor, jack.org, Cjam, Peer Support Centre (Uwindsor)

Stats & Tips Regarding Violence Against Women-Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children

WIIS-Carleton Social Media Campaign

  • Promoting awareness of gender based violence in the work place
  • Organizer: WIIS-Carleton

NBMC Social Media Campaign

  • 16 stories featuring immigrant women, one for each day of the Campaign, will be published.
  • Organizer: New Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC)

A Signature Campaign for the Protection of Asia Bibi Pakistan

  • The signature campaign will take place at the various events within Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Organizer: Sister Trust Canada

NWAC Social Media Campaign and Resource 'Zine

  • Every day, NWAC will post on its social media platforms about Indigenous women and violence, with a focus on resources for survivors and front-line workers. At the end of the 16 Days, the posts will be collected into a resource 'zine that can be freely shared and printed as needed.
  • Organizer: Native Women's Association of Canada

Mass Media Campaign

  • Organizer: New Brunswick Immigrant Women's Association - New Brunswick Multicultural Council

IDRC Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: International Development Research Centre

Social Media Campaign- Women's Leadership and Role in Ending Gender Based Violence

  • Organizer: WIIS-Vancouver

December 9 / 9 Décembre

Day 15 / Jour 15

70 Years of the Genocide Convention

  • 2:00-4:00PM Conference Centre (9th floor) 1450 Guy St,H3H 0A1, Montreal QC
  • Organizers: The Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights in partnership with the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies, the Montreal Holocaust Museum, the Canadian Museum of Human Rights and the Alliance for Genocide Awareness and Remembrance

Safety for Women Workshop

  • Understanding Gender Based Violence, assault, statistics, and the law
  • Familiarity with self-defence, weapons and the law, unconventional weapons and techniques, safety in the home and at work, date rape and drug facilitated sexual assault and stalking.
  • Ottawa Police Service Headquarters, 474 Elgin Street, Ottawa - Pat Hayes Community Boardroom
  • Organizers: Ottawa Police Services and Ottawa Victim Services

WIIS-Canada Blog posts 

  • A blog post will be published every day of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.
  • Organizer: WIIS-Canada

Daily Artwork

  • Highlighting the issues of violence in the workplace. The artwork will be posted on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter daily.
  • Organizer: PointBleu

WIIS McGill Social Media Posting

  • Postings under the theme of “End Gender-Based Violence in the World of Work”
  • Organizer: WIIS McGill

Nobel Women's Initiative- Social media Event

  • Nobel Women's Initiative highlights 16 grassroots women activists working for peace, justice and equality.

Zonta International FaceBook Campaign

  • SDG #5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls.
  • Organizer: Zonta Club District 2

University Based 16 days of Activism Event-University of Windsor

  • Each day will bring something new to campus: social media takeovers, booths, interactive games, bystander workshops, FLIP THE SCRIPT against sexual violence workshops and videos
  • University of Windsor, Windsor, ON
  • Organizers: Sexual Wellness and Consent Committee University of Windsor, jack.org, Cjam, Peer Support Centre (Uwindsor)

Stats & Tips Regarding Violence Against Women-Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children

WIIS-Carleton Social Media Campaign

  • Promoting awareness of gender based violence in the work place
  • Organizer: WIIS-Carleton

NBMC Social Media Campaign

  • 16 stories featuring immigrant women, one for each day of the Campaign, will be published.
  • Organizer: New Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC)

A Signature Campaign for the Protection of Asia Bibi Pakistan

  • The signature campaign will take place at the various events within Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Organizer: Sister Trust Canada

NWAC Social Media Campaign and Resource 'Zine

  • Every day, NWAC will post on its social media platforms about Indigenous women and violence, with a focus on resources for survivors and front-line workers. At the end of the 16 Days, the posts will be collected into a resource 'zine that can be freely shared and printed as needed.
  • Organizer: Native Women's Association of Canada

Mass Media Campaign

  • Organizer: New Brunswick Immigrant Women's Association - New Brunswick Multicultural Council

IDRC Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: International Development Research Centre

Social Media Campaign- Women's Leadership and Role in Ending Gender Based Violence

  • Organizer: WIIS-Vancouver

December 10 / 10 Décembre

Day 16 / Jour 16

Amnesty International's Write for Rights Global Letter-Writing Marathon

  • Organize an event in your work place, home, or community; check out the event map and take place in an event near you; or take action at home!
  • Organizer: Amnesty International Canada

WIIS-Canada Blog posts 

  • A blog post will be published every day of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter.
  • Organizer: WIIS-Canada

Daily Artwork

  • Highlighting the issues of violence in the workplace. The artwork will be posted on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter daily.
  • Organizer: PointBleu

WIIS McGill Social Media Posting

  • Postings under the theme of “End Gender-Based Violence in the World of Work”
  • Organizer: WIIS McGill

Nobel Women's Initiative- Social media Event

  • Nobel Women's Initiative highlights 16 grassroots women activists working for peace, justice and equality.

Zonta International FaceBook Campaign

  • World Human Rights Day.
  • Organizer: Zonta Club District 2

University Based 16 days of Activism Event-University of Windsor

  • Each day will bring something new to campus: social media takeovers, booths, interactive games, bystander workshops, FLIP THE SCRIPT against sexual violence workshops and videos
  • University of Windsor, Windsor, ON
  • Organizers: Sexual Wellness and Consent Committee University of Windsor, jack.org, Cjam, Peer Support Centre (Uwindsor)

Stats & Tips Regarding Violence Against Women-Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children

WIIS-Carleton Social Media Campaign

  • Promoting awareness of gender based violence in the work place
  • Organizer: WIIS-Carleton

NBMC Social Media Campaign

  • 16 stories featuring immigrant women, one for each day of the Campaign, will be published.
  • Organizer: New Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC)

A Signature Campaign for the Protection of Asia Bibi Pakistan

  • The signature campaign will take place at the various events within Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Organizer: Sister Trust Canada

NWAC Social Media Campaign and Resource 'Zine

  • Every day, NWAC will post on its social media platforms about Indigenous women and violence, with a focus on resources for survivors and front-line workers. At the end of the 16 Days, the posts will be collected into a resource 'zine that can be freely shared and printed as needed.
  • Organizer: Native Women's Association of Canada

Mass Media Campaign

  • Organizer: New Brunswick Immigrant Women's Association - New Brunswick Multicultural Council

IDRC Social Media Campaign

  • Organizer: International Development Research Centre

Social Media Campaign- Women's Leadership and Role in Ending Gender Based Violence

  • Organizer: WIIS-Vancouver