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The 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence is a global campaign to raise awareness about violence against women.
The 16 Days of Activism commences on the 25th November on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and ends on December 10th International Human Rights Day. The 2018 theme is Orange the World: #hearmetoo.
Esperance Crisis Accommodation Service Inc call on the community to take a stand against Violence Against Women and help end this terrible issue that affects all of us.

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The 25th November is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and Children. Esperance Crisis Accommodation Service, Escare and Centrecare hosted a Community Day at the Museum Village Markets to commemorate the day.
Approximately 300 people filtered through our activities and joined in the conversations about how to assist people in our community faced with Domestic and Family Violence.
Thank you to the Shire of Esperance for a community grant that allowed us to host the event!


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 Christine Smith, Coordinator of Esperance Crisis Accommodation Service

Christine Smith, Coordinator of Esperance Crisis Accommodation Service

 ECAS held an information day at Lachie's House on the 9th August to acknowledge National Homeslessness Day. Despite the cold weather it was a great day with locals attending the event to hear more about the service. Cylie Smith-Ryan, Assistant Coordinator, said that it was a good turnout, "The more people who know what we do the better and it is good to promote awareness of the organisation." More photos below

ECAS held an information day at Lachie's House on the 9th August to acknowledge National Homeslessness Day.
Despite the cold weather it was a great day with locals attending the event to hear more about the service.
Cylie Smith-Ryan, Assistant Coordinator, said that it was a good turnout, "The more people who know what we do the better and it is good to promote awareness of the organisation." More photos below

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