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SARAH: The Basics of Healthy Relationships

Sexplique Québec, QC This program equips young people with violence-prevention tools and strategies just as they’re beginning to start dating and forming romantic relationships. Through interactive workshops, participants explore: thinking critically about social media, body image, self-esteem and values, love vs. friendship, socio-cultural identity, healthy communication, consent and sexuality. Workshop themes and discussions are guided […]

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Respect Without Borders

Bureau de la Communauté Haïtienne de Montréal Montreal, Quebec The Bureau de la Communauté Haïtienne de Montréal will continue its school programming with a new focus on raising awareness about cyber violence, hypersexualization, and to promote respect for diversity. With the support of facilitators, participants will launch their own awareness campaigns, using social media platforms […]

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Connect2Protect

Boys and Girls Club of Summerside Summerside, Prince Edward Island Students in this healthy relationship program start each session with a home-cooked meal. It is open to youth of all gender identities and backgrounds and focuses on inclusion. Younger participants (Grades 7-9) cover topics including: how values and media influence identity; setting boundaries; healthy vs. […]

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Black Peer Education Network

Black Women in Motion Toronto, Ontario This project is dedicated to creating healthy and safe learning spaces for Black youth to dismantle and challenge rape culture and sexual violence within the Black community. It will work with teens across the gender spectrum who are Black or of African descent (including but not limited to Afro-Caribbean, […]

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