Sisters in Spirit Vigil

Remembering Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls Thursday, October 4, 2018 Sheridan College 1430 Trafalgar Rd, Oakville, ON L6H 2L1 (First Entrance going North on Trafalgar, Ceremonial Drive) All welcome to participate - Event will commence Rain or Shine * Requested that women wear long/mid skirts * Red Attire can be worn by all (not mandatory) 6:00 pm Ceremon...
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A Perfect Night for Art

  A Perfect Night for Art, is an evening for supporting local artists. "Lunafest" showcasing short films by, for and about women, live entertainment, and live auction, with items donated by local artists. Light refreshments will be served, coffee, and a cash bar. Event Date: November 9, 2018 Ticket Price: $60.00 Time: 6:30pm to 9:00pm Location: LaSalle Banquet C...
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Halton’s 27th Annual Take Back the Night

SAVIS of Halton, in partnership with the members of the Take Back the Night Committee, invites you to attend Halton’s 27th annual Take Back the Night (TBTN) march. This important community event will be held on September 14th, 2017 at the Knox Presbyterian Church, 89 Dunn Street in downtown Oakville and will run from 6:00 — 8:30 pm. Halton’s TBTN provides a sp...
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MEDIA RELEASE – Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Inquiry

  July 21, 2017 MEDIA RELEASE   Sexual Assault & Violence Intervention Services (SAVIS) of Halton stands in solidarity with Indigenous communities and their decision to request a restructuring of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Inquiry.   SAVIS of Halton acknowledges that the Inquiry in to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous women of C...
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LUNAFEST: Films by, for and about women!

Lunafest supported by SAVIS of Halton
Enjoy a wonderful evening of award winning short films “by, for, and about women.” SAVIS of Halton is pleased to announce our 5th Annual LUNAFEST® Independent Women’s Film Festival on August 24th, 2017 at Film.ca  (171 Speers Rd., Oakville L6K 2W1). Previews of this year’s films can be seen at http://www.lunafest.org To purchase tickets contact SAVIS at 905-825-3622...
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Human Trafficking in Halton: FREE Community Awareness Event

Join us for a FREE COMMUNITY AWARENESS event to learn more about Human Trafficking in the Halton Region.   Speakers will include representatives from the Halton Police, Elizabeth Fry, the Halton Collaborative Against Human Trafficking (HCAHT), Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention Services (SAVIS) of Halton and survivors of human trafficking amongst others.  ...
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Lean In, Stand Up: Learning Male Allyship Conference

Men have a plethora of ways to stop violence including gender-based violence whenever it occurs. The Male Ally Network (M.A.N) was created on that exact premise.  M.A.N understands the need for men to unlearn the toxic ideologies of manhood, understand that he has inherent privilege, use that privilege to become an active bystander and male ally and to help end gender base...
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MEDIA RELEASE – Halton Collaborative Against Human Trafficking Launches Regional Client Centered Support Model for Survivors of Human Trafficking

MEDIA RELEASE  HALTON COLLABORATIVE AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING LAUNCHES REGIONAL CLIENT CENTERED SUPPORT MODEL FOR SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING OAKVILLE-February 13th, 2017 – The Halton Collaborative Against Human Trafficking (HCAHT) is thrilled to announce that they will be launching their Halton Region Client Centred Support Model, and are inviting all relevant commun...
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Male Ally Network Movie Night – Screening ‘The Mask You Live In’

Join us for a free film screening of 'The Mask You Live In', an award winning film which explores how America's narrow definition of masculinity is harming boy, men and society at large. Hosted at the Roxy Coffee Shop in Acton, the event will start at 6:00 pm. To reserve a seat please email savis@savisofhalton.org or call 905-825-3622.  
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