Project updates – what we’ve been up to!

What does it mean to be a guest? | Reflections from a workshop about Coast Salish laws and governance

What does it mean to be a guest? | Reflections from a workshop about Coast Salish laws and governance

What does it mean to be a guest? If we went to someone’s house, how would we behave?  Last month, our colleagues and friends Chaw-win-is and Lacey Jones offered a workshop to the VSAC team about Coast Salish laws and settler relationships to local Indigenous nations. The majority of Project Respect’s work takes place on…

Spring Youth Social Action Camp 2019

Spring Youth Social Action Camp 2019

This past month, Project Respect held its fourth Youth Social Action Camp at Camp Thunderbird on T’Souke territories. Fifteen youth from across communities, identities, and experiences came together to explore the root causes of gender-based violence, and approaches to social action. Through workshops, art, and conversation, youth and staff explored the power imbalances experienced by…

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…

Hi I’m Graham.

I am Graham Olsen I will be working with Project Respect and we will be doing multiple things like cleaning up around the Tsartlip Reserve, taking walks with Elders from the community and, learning more about the Native Culture and Indigenous people, I will be partnered with Addie Elliott and Beangka Elliott. This is a…