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August 18, 2015

SFU: Get Involved!

 

 

Author: Selenna Ho

 

The team at Surrey Women’s Centre was thrilled to work with SFU students to raise awareness about violence against women on university campuses. Business students Scott, Joy, Neha and Riz set up booths on both Burnaby and Surrey SFU campuses, where they shared information about Surrey Women's Centre.

 

“There was definitely an overwhelming response from the campus community,” Riz comments. “They just walked in and said, ‘How can I be a part of this cause?’ They were lining up –five, ten people at a time. It was amazing.”

 

Even though the booth festivities are over, it’s not too late to get involved! You can still let us know your thoughts on safety in campus by completing this survey here.  Your valuable insights will help us improve safety on the SFU campuses. With such great news, no wonder there’s reason to celebrate!

 

So what are you waiting for? Click on the button below to start the survey!

 

 

Already done the survey? We captured the highlights of the event, and are happy to share them with you, so feel free to scroll down to relive the experience!

 

 

Come meet the Booth Bunch + Scott (who was away spreading the news)!

 

 

 

The Booth Bunch are busy as the SFU community gathers around, eager to learn more about Surrey Women's Centre.

 

 

Women aged 15-24 experience the highest rates of sexual violence in Canada, many of whom are post-secondary students.

 

 

There are many ways to get involved: learn more about us; become an Ambassador; and start a conversation!

 

 

 


 

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