We are looking for our next Community Youth Program Coordinator to join our dynamic team at Project Respect.
This painting was created by members of the Respect Revolution Campaign at Mt. Doug Secondary in 2006!
We are very excited to announce that we are offering our third Youth Social Action Camp, a two night sleepover conference at Camp Barnard. We are inviting youth to explore why sexualized violence and exclusion happens, identify issues that are relevant in their local communities and create youth-led social action projects to address these issues….
It takes a lot of mental and physical energy when you or someone you know has had a recent trauma or harmful event has happened to you. Burnout, or extreme exhaustion, can lead to changes in appetite and sleep, stomachaches, headaches, irritability, and frequent illness. The following are some types to help you prevent and…
This painting was created by Respect Revolution Campaign members from Lambrick Park Secondary, in 2006 – it still hangs in the hallway at the school!
What is “Food Justice”? The Rooted in Respect Food Justice Camp has opened my mind to question what “food justice” means and looks like in my own life and experiences. These concepts have been floating in my minds eye for the past few months, constantly reminding me to be aware of my own relationship with food….