RRU students’ workshop offers tips to end gender violence

Students Against Violence hosting workshop to improve work, personal relationships

Students Against Violence, an offshoot of the Royal Roads University Students Association, is hosting an interactive workshop Friday (Dec. 5) that aims to find ways of ending gender-based violence in relationships, on campus and in society.

Stronger Together: Creating anti-violent spaces at Royal Roads, is being held in conjunction with the observance tomorrow of National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women in Canada. The free workshop, facilitated by Sarah Hunt, researcher and educator on issues of violence and justice, runs from 6:30 to 9 p.m. in the Centre for Dialogue on the fourth floor of the LIC Building at RRU. Registration can be done online by visiting http://bit.ly/1vd77Rm.

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