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Victoria Sexual Assualt Centre and Vancity invite you to the 8th Annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes ®

Sunday, May 25, 2014 | 2-4pm Spirit (Centennial) Square


REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! All funds raised from this event will go directly towards Victoria Sexual Assault Centre's commitment to ending sexualized violence through advocacy, counselling, empowerment and prevention education.  Thank you for your support!


What is Walk a Mile in Her Shoes?

Originally created as a walk to bring men together to end sexualized violence, Victoria's Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® asks men alongside their communities to walk one mile wearing shoes of their own (or fancy shoes with heels if they choose) to raise funds and awareness for the Victoria Sexual Assault Centre. It’s fun and it gets everyone talking about something that’s really difficult to talk about: sexualized violence.

Why does the Sexual Assault Centre organize the event?

Change happens when people work together. The action of walking in solidarity is a clear message that we, as a community, will not tolerate sexualized violence and are ready and willing to work for change. It’s time to speak out and break the silence that surrounds sexualized violence.

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Watch a video with highlights from last year's Walk a Mile Victoria event!

* We have changed our name from Victoria Women’s Sexual Assault Centre to Victoria Sexual Assault Centre to reflect the increase  in our service provision to serve women and all trans* survivors of sexualized violence.  To stay up to date on trans* inclusion at the Centre or to learn more about  trans* issues, follow us on Twitter @InclusiveVSAC, or through our Facebook page -Trans Gender Variant Inclusion at Victoria Sexual Assault Centre.


Thanks and acknowledgement

The Victoria Sexual Assault Centre would like to acknowledge the assistance of Walk a Mile In Her Shoes: The international Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault & Gender Violence, and the White Ribbon Campaign in the development of some content for this website.