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Moose Hide Campaign focuses on Education to end violence

VICTORIA | February 13, 2019 | The Moose Hide Campaign has launched a new education initiative aimed at K-12 students as part of its drive to end violence against women and children.

The Moose Hide Learning Journey was launched along with the eighth annual Moose Hide Campaign Day gathering, fasting and Walk to End Violence. The walk ended at the steps of B.C.’s Parliament Buildings.

“All of us have a responsibility to stand up, raise our voices and say ‘no’ to gender-based violence,” said Premier John Horgan. “By expanding its reach to include children and youth, the Moose Hide campaign is helping young people lead the way as we work together to build a future free from violence and fear.”

By helping teachers create a supportive learning environment, the Moose Hide Learning Journey encourages students to explore values and perspectives that honour and respect women and children. The online platform, which has been piloted in a number of schools throughout the province, provides lesson plans, videos and other resources.

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Mamidowsewin Centre supports Moose Hide campaign
Ashley Cardinell, third year advertising and marketing communication student, and Jackie Tenute

The Moose Hide Campaign works through schools like Algonquin and communities across Canada to end violence towards women and children. They also facilitate events where men come together with women. They do the hard work of healing their wounds so they can stop the cycles of violence, especially among Indigenous men where the wounds of racism, colonialism and trauma are both generational and complicated by social factors such as addiction and poverty.

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National Observer - Exclusive interview with Raven Lacerte on the National Gathering and Day of Fasting, discussing the Campaign, meeting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and more.

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CBC Indigenous - National Gathering and Day of Fasting
Sage, Paul and Raven Lacerte

Supporters are fasting to raise awareness on violence against Indigenous women and children.

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CBC - Young activist stands against violence with Moose Hide Campaign
Daxton Rhead, youth activist

'I'm not Indigenous myself, but I know the importance of reconciliation' . Daxton Rhead, 18, says he's been working for reconciliation since the age of 11 and believes it's his civic duty as a non-Indigenous person to educate himself and pass on his knowledge to friends, family and his community.

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Approximately every six days, a woman in Canada is killed by her intimate partner.
Statistics Canada

At least one in four women attending college or university in Canada will be sexually assaulted by the time they graduate.
Sexual Violence at Canadian Universities

In 2014, there was a daily average of 7,969 women and children staying in shelters across Canada because it was not safe at home.
Statistic Canada

The rate of domestic violence is likely much higher than we know as 70% of spousal violence is not reported to the police.
Statistics Canada

Children who witness violence in their homes have twice the rate of psychiatric disorders as children from non-violent homes.
Canadian Women's Organization

Indigenous women and girls are 3 times more likely than non-indigenous women to report having been a victim of violent crime.
Ontario Native Women Association: Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women

Indigenous women are killed at six times the rate of non-indigenous women.
Statistics Canada

There are currently more than 1,200 Murdered or Missing Indigenous Women in Canada.

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