Youth

Youth Sexual Health Clinics & Resources
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Youth Sexual Health Clinics & Resources

With the help of our lovely Rhizome youth social action team, we have created a resource map for various services and supports throughout Southern Vancouver Island! Every resource on the map has a brief description, location, and contact information! Our map includes: Sexual Health ClinicsHealth ClinicsYouth Drop In ProgramsCounselling ServicesSupport Services & Programs Please visit…

Facilitation 101: A Workshop for Youth!
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Facilitation 101: A Workshop for Youth!

Project Respect is offering an exciting, free workshop Saturday March 9th, 2019, to provide an opportunity for youth 12-19 to develop facilitation skills, and learn how to create space for learning and growth about social justice. Facilitated by Tahia Ahmed, the workshop will provide youth from across communities and experience to learn and grow as…

Consent Workshop | All Indigenous Youth Age 14-30 Welcome | November 28th 2017, 4:30-8:00 at the Tsartlip Health Centre
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Consent Workshop | All Indigenous Youth Age 14-30 Welcome | November 28th 2017, 4:30-8:00 at the Tsartlip Health Centre

Are you curious about ways to help your relationships feel more consensual, and learn more about sexualized violence? Join Project Reclaim and Project Respect for a fun (yes, actually!) and engaging workshop on consent, sexualized violence, and how to have awesome relationships of all sorts. Using fun games, discussion, and other activities, we’ll work on…

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Welcome to Project Reclaim!

Project Respect is partnering with Beangka Elliott and the Tsartlip community to initiate a youth led land restoration project that will focus on public spaces in Tsartlip. Together Beangka, Graham and myself will work on invasive species removal, garbage removal, native plant restoration, plant identification, plant propagation and native plant harvesting. We will also have the…

A collaborative poem created by youth at the Rooted In Community Summit.
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A collaborative poem created by youth at the Rooted In Community Summit.

Sage and I facilitated a Food Justice workshop during our time spent in Olympia Washington for the 2016 Rooted In Community Summit. Part of our workshop included asking the youth (who were from all parts of America)  to describe their roots and to write it down on a piece of paper. After this was completed…

Welcome back, Sage!

Hadih, Sage Lacerte Sahdnee! Hello, My name is Sage Lacerte! I prefer to be addressed as she and/or her, or simply by my name! My family is from the Carrier territory in North Central British Columbia, but I was raised by my big beautiful family in “Victoria”, BC, on the Lekwungen and WSANEC lands. Two…

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What the Project Respect team has been up to this week! by Addie.

This week has been full of adventure and brainstorming. Getting to know Kim, Rebecca and Sage has been a delight. In the beginning of the week we attended a “Youth and Food Security” event at the Quadra Village Community Centre where we had the chance to explore our own ideas and share them with others…