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Dear Friends of SJS,
August 17:
Pacific Peoples Partnerships invites you to a development drinks pub night for the Vancouver Island Chapter of BC Council of International Cooperation planned for August 17.  Details are below and I hope to see you there (note click on the register button to RSVP).

 

PS> You can share this invitation amongst friends, volunteers, co-workers or associates who are interested or engaged in this work.

 

Warm regards,

 

April

 

April Ingham

Executive Director

Pacific Peoples' Partnership

www.pacificpeoplespartnership.org

 

 


 

BCCIC-South Van Isle Chapter 

SUMMER FIESTA PUB SOCIAL 

Please join the BC Council for International Cooperation's South Van Isle Chapter on Thursday... August 17, 2017 for our first Summer Fiesta Pub Social at the Penny Farthing Public House, 2228 Oak Bay Ave, Victoria.

We'll be providing light snacks, games with prizes, and an opportunity to network and socialize with other individuals working towards achieving sustainable global development.


The BCCIC is a coalition of BC organizations committed to achieving sustainable global development in a peaceful and healthy environment, with social justice, human dignity and participation for all. The South Van Isle Chapter includes individuals and organizations based in the lower Vancouver Island communities working towards this mission. We work to bring individuals and groups together with common goals, while creating the opportunity to exchange ideas, develop contacts and learn from each other. 

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August 31: International Overdose Awareness Day 

  1. As part of International Overdose Awareness Day events in Victoria on August 31, AVI and SOLID will offer free overdose prevention and response training, including free naloxone kits, during this drop-in space at Centennial Square. Please come by and one of our trainers will walk you through a short training and provide you with a naloxone kit to take with you. This is also open to people who have received the training previously and would like a refresher. Please join us afterwards at 6pm for a rally with food, speakers & music, as well as a vigil to follow to honour our loved ones. More information about these events here: https://www.facebook.com/events/291090141363034/
  2. August 31 marks International Overdose Awareness Day. Here on the territory of the Lekwungen speaking people (Victoria), home of the Songhees and Esquimalt First Nations, we will come together in our grief, our loss and our determination to honour those we still love and have lost to overdose.

    6pm: Rally together to call for immediate action to save lives. Let's raise our voices together to call on those in power to move swiftly on evidence-based, harm reduction strategies that we in the community know work!

    A quiet vigil will follow to send our love to those we have lost. Let's honour our memories of them together.

    **Please contact organizers at
    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you're interested in helping out as a volunteer.

    **A pre-event overdose prevention and response training will be offered at 4:30pm and free naloxone (Narcan) kits will be available.
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Margo MatwychukDirector
Social Justice Studies ProgramUniversity of Victoriaweb.uvic.ca/socialjustice/@UVicSJS on TwitterUVicSJS on FacebookUVicSJS on YouTube
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