Overview

One way we can prevent bullying, family violence, sexual exploitation, child or elder abuse is to increase awareness and educate each other on the supports available.

Consider attending the events listed below.

Do you have an event? Let others know about your community violence prevention event by submitting the details for us to share here.

Provincial events

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

Date: June 15, 2020
Organization(s): Ministry of Seniors and Housing
Details: Since 2006, communities in Alberta and around the world have honoured this day to raise the visibility of elder abuse by organizing events to share information and promote resources and services that can help increase seniors’ safety and well-being. The Ministry of Seniors and Housing is encouraging Albertans to #GrowTheConversation about elder abuse and resources available.

Online events

Date: June 15, 2020
Organization(s): Alberta Elder Abuse Awareness Council (AEAAC)
Details: If your elder abuse network or organization is planning any World Elder Abuse Awareness Day activities, the AEAAC created a social media kit to help you #GrowTheConversation. For more information and a downloadable social media kit, visit their website.

Submit your event

Let us know about your event. Submit details for prevention or awareness events for bullying, family violence, sexual abuse or exploitation, or child or elder abuse.

Include the organizations involved and contact information for the person who can answer any questions we may have.

Once we confirm an event, it will be included on this page.

All fields are required unless otherwise indicated.

Event Details
Contact information

The information collected through the violence, abuse and bullying prevention events page will be used for the purpose of posting your event information and for follow-up, if required.

The personal information collection is authorized under section 33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act.

If you have any questions about this collection of personal information, you may contact Family and Community Services Branch at 780-422-5916 or css.familyandcommunitysafety@gov.ab.ca.