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We’re Hiring: #momentsmatter Coordinator
The Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Services (AASAS) is seeking a passionate and results-oriented individual to fill the position of #momentsmatter Coordinator. This position will report to the Director of Strategic Initiatives and focus on the coordination of AASAS’ Healthier and Safer Alberta Workplaces project which includes a provincial anti-workplace sexual harassment public awareness campaign, #momentsmatter, and training curriculum. This position is most suited for an individual with expertise in project coordination, marketing, communications, stakeholder relations and event planning.
A Message from AASAS during COVID-19 and Sexual Violence Awareness Month
AASAS Statement on COVID-19
We would like to extend our warmest and most positive thoughts to everyone. During these unprecedented times please know that we are thinking of survivors, our member agencies who serve them and our colleagues and partners.
We plan to do our part in maintaining the health of the community, and hopefully this will help with the burden our health system is bearing right now and will continue to bear over the coming months.
1.8 million Albertans have experienced sexual abuse in their lifetime
AASAS released the key findings of their Prevalence of Sexual Assault and Child Sexual Abuse survey.
These key findings provide insight into the prevalence and nature of Albertan’s experiences of childhood sexual abuse and sexual assault throughout their lifetime.
“With an estimated 1.8 million individuals in Alberta experiencing sexual abuse in their lifetime, this research shows us that sexual abuse is a health and safety issue of epidemic proportions” said Debra Tomlinson, CEO of AASAS. “Albertans have a strong history of coming together to help each other in times of need. People who experience sexual abuse are our family members, our friends and our colleagues. And each and every one of us has a role to play in ensuring survivors get support.”
AASAS has a monthly E-News Flash to keep individuals, organizations, agencies/services and government informed on what AASAS and its Member Centres/Services are doing to raise awareness of issues involving sexual abuse and sexual assault while striving to ensure that all Albertans have access to healing and recovery programs, services and supports.
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