Flip the Script with EAAA™
An evidence-based sexual assault prevention training
Flip the Script with EAAA™ is a 12-hour program for women aged 15-24 that cuts their risk of sexual violence by more than half(2). It was developed at the Sexual Assault Resistance Education Centre at the University of Windsor and is recognized by the Canadian Institutes for Health Research and Blueprints for Healthy Youth.
"Young women aged 16-19 please sign up to do this workshop! It will be life-changing."
We want all women to have safe and healthy relationships, but many of us are unsure how to give them the skills they need. Flip the Script with EAAA™ teaches young women about the building blocks of healthy relationships, then helps them identify the physical intimacy they desire, so they can communicate their wishes and enforce their boundaries
What is the EAAA Curriculum?
The next session will be held on September 22nd and 23rd, 2023, at the Kitsilano Neighbourhood House
Flip The Script with EAAA™: The Enhanced Assess Acknowledge and Act Curriculum
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Sexual Violence in Canada
In 2021, rising rates of sexual assault accounted for a 40% increase in the Violent Crime Severity Index (3). Even so, sexual assault remains vastly under-reported, and the 2018 Survey of Safety in Public and Private Places indicated that women only reported the most severe assault that they experienced, if they reported at all.
1 in 3 women will experience sexual assault in their lifetime, and more than 60% of British Columbians know a woman who has been sexually or physically assaulted. Every week, there are more than 1000 physical or sexual assaults against women in BC (4).
Who can attend?
The NSWC offers Flip The Script with EAAA™ for self-identified women and gender-diverse individuals aged 15-19. This program recognizes that LGBTQ2S+ individuals are at elevated risk of sexual violence, even if they do not date men; but, please note that Flip The Script with EAAA™ is a curriculum that uses gendered language. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to speak with a staff member to discuss the use of gendered language in the program.
When is the next session?
Our next session is September 22-23 at The Kitsilano Neighbourhood House. Register here.
Waitlist for the next session, if you are unable to register, is here.
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