Public Education

Embrave offers free public education programming to community organizations and groups, schools, and workplaces. Workshops for groups are tailored, interactive and can cover a range of topics connected to gender-based violence (GBV) in all its forms.

Embrave’s Public Education and Community Collaboration Program is coordinated by the Public Education and community Collaboration Coordinator. This role is also responsible for leading the Peel Committee Against Woman Abuse (PCAWA).

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Rebecca Pacheco,
Public Education and Community Collaboration Coordinator and PCAWA Coordinator

Enhanced Gender-Based Violence Protocol

Learn about Peel Region’s Enhanced Gender-Based Violence Protocol and resources, and client-centred approaches to serving survivors.

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Overview of Embrave’s Programs & Services

Learn about the supports we provide to survivors of gender-based violence in our community.

Embrave: Your Donations at Work

Learn about how to support our work and get involved to take action in ending gender-based violence.

BraveSpaces Public Education Program

The BraveSpaces Program promotes systemic change by creating a shared knowledge base focused on systemic violence within the criminal justice and mental health systems.

“I learned that I am not the only one who has gone through abuse and that there is help. Knowing this has made me feel emotionally stronger.”

Youth Workshop Participant