Launched October 22, 2022
Workshops that empower safe, inclusive, and respectful communities.
Globally, 1 in 3 women have experienced physical or sexual violence in their lifetimes (UN Women). Nationally, intimate partner violence is the most common kind of violence women experience (BC Government). In Vancouver, there was a 129 percent increase in sexual assault by strangers from 2019 to 2021 (CTV news).
Despite such an alarming status quo, there remains a lack of education on topics pertaining to personal safety and well-being, fostering cultures of consent, and awareness about available support systems and resources.
To help improve safety, we officially launched Project Lyghtnyng. This series of educational workshops aims to decrease violence and abuse through informing a culture of consent, promoting inclusion by flipping victim-blaming narratives, increasing access to resources, and fostering allyship.
our clients have included:
YWCA Metro Vancouver
St. John Ambulance
UBC Campus Lightbox
RCMP National Youth Advisory Committee
Richmond Multicultural Community Services (RMCS)
The Princess Diya Kumari Foundation
Alpha Gamma Delta International Fraternity
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Are curated for the audience demographic
Involve interactive activities to maximize audience engagement
Can help make your school, workplace, or organization more safe and respectful
Abuse + Violence Prevention
Consent + Flipping Harmful Narratives
Personal Safety + Self-Defence
Booking confirmations are contingent on availability
This is a paid service, with rates starting at $60 CAD for online workshops, and starting at $200 for in-person workshops
We will provide you with a final quotation (for your convenience, a general fee breakdown is provided on the form)
Booking requests must be submitted at least two weeks in advance
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