Stand up against bullying
February 21, 2017
At QMUNITY, we believe that it takes courage and support to grow up into who you are. And yet for so many in our communities, bullying makes getting the courage and support needed difficult. Bullying continues to be a major problem in our schools, our workplaces, our homes, and over the Internet.
On February 22, 2017, wear pink to promote Pink Shirt Day, and as a reminder to be kind to others. Combating bullying is everyone’s responsibility. Together we can help make the change.
Click here to learn more about Pink Shirt Day.
Click here to learn more about using someone’s preferred gender pronoun.
Queer Competency Trainings are experiential workshops to help you understand diversity and make your organization more inclusive for queer, trans, and Two-Spirit clients and staff.
Pridespeaks are interactive workshops for and by youth about sexual orientation, gender identity, and bullying. Youth facilitators provide accurate, non-judgemental information about sexual orientation, gender identity, derogatory language, bullying at school, and myths and stereotypes about LGBTQ/2S youth. Pridespeaks is supported by the Ministry of Children and Family Development and the Vancouver School Board.