- November 6, 2019
- Posted by: Admin
- Category: News, Uncategorized
Across society inequality marginalizes many members of our communities. Marginalized individuals often report an increased level of fear for their safety, in addition to being victimized by crime. Allyship creates opportunities to actively challenge oppression and work in solidarity to create safer spaces for marginalized community members. Tips for how you can be an ally to marginalized community members Nov 6 – Allyship – Creating Safer Spaces for Marginalized Community Members – CP Week 2019
CP Week (Crime Prevention Week), November 1 to 7, is an annual province-wide crime prevention campaign. The initiative is aimed at educating British Columbians about creating safer and healthier communities.
Awareness is the best protection against crime. The goal of this campaign is to give people the information needed to help themselves and others achieve the objective of creating safer and healthier communities.