Moose Hide Campaign Day in B.C. for K-12 Schools
On February 24, 2020, schools across British Columbia will be participating in Moose Hide Campaign Day – an annual event aimed at Ending Violence against women and children. Schools are invited to participate in Moose Hide Campaign Day in BC in two ways:
Ending Violence Through Education for Reconciliation Activation | Victoria Conference Centre
By registering to attend the youth event Ending Violence Through Education for Reconciliation Activation happening at the Victoria Conference Centre. This in-person Youth Activation event will be happening simultaneously with the BC Provincial Gathering and Day of Fasting, which is also taking place at the Victoria Conference Centre. This exciting youth event is open to teachers and students in grades 5-12. Through youth-focused activities and speakers, it will offer opportunities to highlight the great work that is already being done in schools, to inspire schools to create their own Moose Hide Campaign initiatives to end violence against women and children as well as to dialogue and strategize around creating safe spaces and safe places in all schools.
K-12 Partner School sign-up
Sign-up to participate in Moose Hide Campaign Day in your school and be recognized as a K-12 partner school on our website and gain access to the live stream from the Youth Activation event in Victoria. On Moose Hide Campaign Day schools are also encouraged to do Moose Hide Campaign events in their own schools, wear the Moose Hide pins and take the online pledge to stand up against violence.