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Jawad Khan

on 22 January 2016

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Transcript of Safety

By: Bilal and Jawad

Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic
They provide legal help, counselling support and multilingal language interpretation to women who experience violence.Their diverse, skilled and compassionate staff accompany women through personal and practical transformation, helping them to build lives free from violence.They are a centre by, for and about women. They amplify women’s voices, and cultivate their skills and resilience. Together with their donors and volunteers, they are active in changing the conditions that threaten women’s safety, dignity and equality.After using any of their services, women from underserved communities who are experiencing violence or its aftermath will feel less isolation, increased stability and personal agency within relationships, while improving their knowledge of and access to rights and remedies.A Top Pick of Charity Intelligence for being a top preforming charity in service to Canadians three years in a row (2009-11), the Schlifer Clinic was also the recipient of the 2009 Guthrie Award for ‘outstanding public service’, and ‘making significant contributions to access to justice’.
Boost Child Abuse Prevention and Intervention
Boost is committed to eliminating abuse and violence in the lives of children, youth, and their families. The center is a registered charity and provides programs and services in Toronto and surrounding areas. They believe that all children and youth have a right to grow up in a safe, healthy, and nurturing environment. They are dedicated to the prevention of child abuse and violence through education and awareness, and to collaborating with their community partners to provide services to children, youth, and their families.
Leave Out Violence (LOVE)
LOVE is a not-for-profit violence prevention organization. LOVE helps young people, aged 12 to 18, who’ve been victims, perpetrators and witnesses to violence, break the cycle in their lives, and then become community leaders of violence prevention.
White Ribbon Canada
They work to examine the root causes of gender-based violence and create a cultural shift that helps bring us to a future without violence.

Their vision is for a masculinity that embodies the best qualities of being human. Theu believe that men are part of the solution and part of a future that is safe and equitable for all people.

Through education, awareness-raising, outreach, technical assistance, capacity building, partnerships and creative campaigns, White Ribbon is helping to create tools, strategies and models that challenge negative, outdated concepts of manhood and inspire men to understand and embrace the incredible potential they have to be a part of positive change.
Peacebuilders International (Canada)
Working with youth to rebuild relationships and communities affected by crime .Too often, youth who come into contact with the criminal justice system are set on the wrong path. Peacebuilders uses restorative justice to heal relationships and encourage personal growth.The youth in our program can become resilient young leaders who see the value in contributing to their communities.Peacebuilders helps them develop skills, overcome personal challenges, continue their education, make better choices, and realize their full potential.Peacebuilders was launched in 2002 and uses restorative Peacebuilding Circles to manage conflict and create positive change. Our efforts led to the creation of the first restorative justice clinic in Toronto, at the Ontario (Youth) Court of Justice at 311 Jarvis St., as well as partnerships with schools, jails, and community organizations.
All of these organizations have been really successful with the social issue of Safety.They all know that there is nothing more important than Safety. More than 200 people have joined these organizations and have become a beter person. People who have experienced violence or are experiencing violence go to these organizations. The organizations help build confidence and help the youth be proud of what they are instead of what they are not. All of these organizations want a future without violence. These organizations help people develop skills, overcome personal challenges, continue their education, make better choices, and realize their full potential.
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