Campaign Messengers: Taking a stand! | Ophea Teaching Tools
Campaign Messengers: Taking a stand!
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Health Education
Mental Health
Personal Safety and Injury Prevention
Youth Engagement
6 - 12

This fall, Ophea is hosting a 1-day training event for elementary educators across Ontario. The training will help educators enhance their knowledge of how to lead critical conversations about Ontario curricular topics of consent, healthy relationships, respect, and equality in their school communities. Speakers will include: Draw-The-Line, Egale Canada Human Rights Trust, and White Ribbon.

Up to 40 Ontario elementary educator spots (grades 1-8) are available!

Where: Niagara Falls Hilton Fallsview Hotel

When: October 11, 2017

Registration opens August 28th, 2017.

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In addition to travel, accommodation, and supply costs, Ophea is offering participants 1 free day at the 2017 Ophea Conference, which includes 1 additional night’s accommodation and 1 additional day of supply cost!

Hear from Key Experts 

We recently held a series of webinars led by experts at Draw the Line, Egale Canada, and White Ribbon. These online sessions discussed topics such as consent, respect, healthy and toxic masculinities, and gender. The recordings and descriptions of these online trainings are now available to all schools! Watch them now on our YouTube channel

Webinar: Drawing the Line on Transphobic and Sexual Violence
Presenter: Egale Canada Human Rights Trust

Webinar: White Ribbon Campaign: Our Future Has No Violence Against Women 
Presenter: White Ribbon Canada

Webinar: How to Draw-The-Line 
Presenter: Draw-The-Line


This project is also available in French under the name "Agents/Agentes de campagne : Passez à l'action !"

Campaign Messengers: Taking a Stand! is funded by the Government of Ontario.

Date & Time: Thursday March 9, 2017 at 4:00pm EST

Presenter: Draw-The-Line


Did you know – 1 in 3 women and 1 in 6 boys will experience sexual violence in their lifetime? Want to bring anti-sexual violence programming to your school? Julie Lalonde, Project Manager of, will break down some of these statistics and introduce you to the campaign as a FREE and useful tool for breaking the silence on sexual violence.