Your Role

You publicly commit to being part of the solution to end gender-based violence.
You develop and/or support concrete actions to prevent and address gender-based violence.

Our Role

We give you support by way of learning materials, guidance and access to partnerships for understanding and preventing gender-based violence in your organization and community.
We recognize you as committed partners here on our website and at events.

Everyone

Look for opportunities to engage in the movement for change wherever you are! Notice, speak and act to end gender-based violence in your home, community, workplace and in public life.
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Join the businesses and organizations making the commitment to end gender-based violence

The following organizations have all expressed their commitment to ending gender-based violence and sexual assault within their organizations and the city as a whole.

The City of Edmonton

Leading the way for sustainable change in our workforce and city, the City and its partners are committed - through concrete actions - to ending gender-based violence and sexual assault in Edmonton
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Anglican Archdiocese of Edmonton

The Anglican Diocese of Edmonton strives for transformative change by challenging violence of every kind
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Edmonton & District Council of Churches

Committed to raise awareness in our faith communities and help to create safe environments for those who have been victimized
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Global Edmonton

Demonstrates commitment by providing media support whenever possible to help eliminate gender-based violence in Edmonton
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630 Ched

Demonstrates commitment by providing media support whenever possible to help eliminate gender-based violence in Edmonton
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Edmonton Sport Council

Committed to informing stakeholders about gender-based violence on an ongoing basis
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Echo Promotions

Committed to working with women leaving violent relationships by supporting survivors with work experience and job skills training opportunities
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University of Alberta Students Union

Together, we can help educate our peers on the importance of taking a stand against gender-based violence
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Students Association of Norquest College

Committed to policy change and training on sexual violence and a safe inclusive learning environment for all
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Students Association of MacEwan University

Committed to collaborating with relevant stakeholders to advocate for gender-based violence prevention and education, and survivor centred campus supports
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NAIT Students Association

Committed to be part of the solution by working to develop concrete actions to prevent gender-based violence in the NAIT community
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Interfaith

Committed to emphasizing the positive messages in all our faith traditions which endorse equality, autonomy and justice for all
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Stantec

Committed to ending gender-based violence
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Edmonton Eskimos

Committed to ending violence and abuse against women
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Coalition of Edmonton Civic Unions

Committed to better supporting the safety and wellness of every employee - including those impacted by gender-based violence - by helping create positive workplace changes
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Urban Spirits Rotary Club

Edmonton Rotary Club is committed drawing on its volunteer pool for any community project to focused on ending gender-based violence

Talk to us today about how you can be recognized for championing a city where people of all genders live free from violence.

BECOME A PARTNER