OUR ROLE IN THE COMMUNITY
Public Education and Community Engagement
CEASE and its partners are respected voices whose insights are sought within and beyond Edmonton. A hallmark of CEASE’s approach is its dedication to involving women who experienced sexual exploitation, women as peer and public educators, to promote critical thought, empathy and create public awareness.
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Annual August 14 Memorial
This is an annual community memorial held each August 14 for those who have lost their lives through murder, suicide, addiction and disease. Since 2000, Edmonton peers, grieving parents and CEASE staff and board members have hosted the Memorial.
Men of Honour Awards Ceremony and Fundraising Event
Men of Honour are those who use their experience, knowledge and power in meaningful ways to foster respect, encourage healthy relationships, and create positive opportunities for women, children and those who experience vulnerability and marginalization.
WE Stop Trafficking and Exploitation Project (WE-STEP)
We all have a role to prevent and end sexual exploitation, human trafficking and social injustice. You can be part of this important work in your school, among your friends, your community or the world. What you say and do matters. You can make a difference!
How your cash donation helps
Investing in Healing
invested in trauma recovery counselling: 1:1 sessions and Health & Wellness Peer Support Workshops
CEASE Advocates have supported over 111 women since 2011 to testify in court about those who have harmed them
Investing in Education
in bursaries awarded since 1997 for MacEwan, NorQuest, NAIT, U of A and community courses to create pathways out of exploitation
Community support builds hope for youth, women, men and transgender persons