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Released on November 29, 2021
November 28 – December 4 has been proclaimed Violence Prevention Week in Saskatchewan. The proclamation was requested by Saskatchewan Towards Offering Partnership Solutions (STOPS) to Violence.
“We are proud to work with STOPS to Violence,” Justice Minister and Attorney General Gordon Wyant said. “I applaud their work and that of all other agencies to build a safer Saskatchewan. This year’s theme, Reach Out, addresses survivors, friends, families and communities. It encourages us all to work together to stop violence in Saskatchewan.”
“Violence pulls families and communities apart,” Minister Responsible for the Status of Women Office Laura Ross said. “As individuals we need to recognize our role in understanding, preventing and addressing it. Violence Prevention Week provides us the opportunity to Reach Out and participate in addressing violence.”
“Saskatchewan Violence Prevention Week is held each year to raise awareness with a focus on building healthy relationships and strong communities,” STOPS to Violence Executive Director Tracy Knutson said. “The 2021 theme is Reach Out and I encourage everyone to take time this week to learn about healthy relationships, to rebuild connections and to support others. Recognize we all have an active role to play in building safe communities for everyone.”
Over the past year, the Province has been developing several new tools for those encountering violence and for those working to support victims, including:
More information on events being held throughout the week is available at www.stopstoviolence.com/svpw.
For more information, contact:Margherita Vittorelli
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