Another news story about a generous act of kindness that goes a long way. A New York police officer was photographed by a woman who happened to be at the right place at the right time, donating a pair of brand new… Read more ›
Continuing on the topic about the elimination of violence against women, December 6th is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women in Canada. This day is commemorative of fourteen young women who were shot and died at Ecole… Read more ›
This past Sunday, November 25th was the annual International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Women and groups all over the world gather to raise awareness to protect women and their children from situations such as domestic violence, rape,… Read more ›
In response to unfortunate events spawned by the shock that was Amanda Todd’s death in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, the province has launched its first anti-bullying bylaw. This program hopes to provide resources and education to the bullies that need… Read more ›
Check out this great website called What’s Your Story? where you can see the winners and finalists from this year’s contest for best video that teaches about the dangers of cyberbullying.
In September 2011 we noticed an article published online through the Teaching Tolerance webpage. This article by Jill E. Thomas explores whether to “delete or discuss” when strong or hateful opinions are expressed on websites like Facebook. Have any of you experienced… Read more ›
Check this In The News page for different media stories that relate to our project. “Compassion can heal both giver and receiver” by Anna Bowness-Park, published in The Vancouver Sun, June 11, 2012.