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Author: Kevin Vowles

Kevin Vowles

Kevin currently works as a speaker and facilitator with Voices for Equity, and has 15 years' experience as an educational practitioner and is a seasoned public health promotion and violence prevention professional. Kevin has worked as an employee and consultant for award-winning violence prevention programs such as SWOVA's Respectful Relationships program and organizations such as White Ribbon. Kevin has contributed as an author to the creation of several curricula, including Internet Safety, Peace Kids & Respectful Relationships (SWOVA), Walking In Her Moccasins (Congress of Aboriginal Peoples), and Engaging Men and Boys to End Violence in the Family (Canadian Council of Muslim Women). Kevin has done professional development for the Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario, the British Columbia Teachers Federation, and worked with sports teams at the professional and university level. Kevin has been a standing committee member of the Canadian Women's Foundation Teen Healthy Relationship Granting Committee since 2012.

Engaging Athletes in Preventing Gender-Based Violence

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This past fall I had the honour and privilege to be a part of ground-breaking new training at the .  Through the Athletics Department, I conducted 30 workshops with hundreds of varsity athletes, intramural teams, and Athletics and Kinesiology department staff.  The training was comprehensive – with the aim of preventing sexual violence. The University […]


What Youth Have Taught Me About Teaching Consent: Kevin Vowles

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This post was originally published on the . Conceived by internationally recognized speaker Julie S. Lalonde, is a collaboration with violence prevention speaker Kevin Vowles and represents speakers with diverse backgrounds, extensive knowledge, rich personal narratives and the capacity to connect with a wide range of audiences. Many Voices for Equity speakers are survivors of […]



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