BC Society of Transition Houses Invites you to register for our 2018 Annual Training Forum.
The theme this year is Nevertheless We Persisted: 40 years of BCSTH which draws on the universal feminist rallying cry that recognizes the courage and tenacity of women overcoming barriers, raising their voices and continuing to work collectively to end violence against women, children and youth.
Overcoming Barriers to Housing after Violence Project is a three-year, community-based project, focusing on reducing barriers to safe, secure, and...Read More
Since 2004, PEACE Programs have been partnering with educators of grades K – 12 in schools in their community to...Read More
There has been an increasing trend reported by Canadian anti-violence workers where technology use and violence against women overlap. Technology...Read More
This five-year research project is bringing trauma-informed yoga to women, children and youth who have experienced violence and are using...Read More
August 1, 2018
The theme for this year’s training forum is Nevertheless We Persisted: 40 years of BCSTH which draws on the universal feminist rallying cry that recognizes...Read More