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16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence

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Advocacy

Life Without Violence for Women

Thirty-five prcent of women worldwide have experienced either physical and/or sexual intimate partner violence or non-partner sexual violence. As part of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, an international campaign that aims to inspire action and end violence against women and girls around the world.  The members of Zonta Woodstock, will be again partnering with Domestic Assault Resource Team (DART) Oxford
to raise awareness within our county.

Setting Up Zonta Says NO Tree at Huron Park SS

Zonta Woodstock members Jane Miller (left)& Jane Van Patter (right) with Huron Park Principal Tiffany Birtch setting up ZSN awareness tree.

Getting Ready for the 16 Days of Activism

Zonta members decorating Woodstock Lely cow at Fire Station #2 on Nov. 24, 2021

Preparing for Wrapped in Courage Flag

Zonta Woodstock Rubelyn Smith (left) ZSN Comittee Chairperson and Leah Marshall (right) Fanshawe College’s Sexual Violence Prevention Advisor at Fire Station #1 on Nov. 25, 2021.

Zonta & DASO Fire Station #1

Zonta Woodstock Advocacy Chairperson Rubelyn Smith (right) Diane Harris, DASO ED (left), &  Woodstock Mayor Birtch (centre)  presentating on Nov. 25, 2021.

Zonta Woodstock-Members at Flag Raising

Zonta Woodstock members Jane Van Patter, Anne Campbell & Ann Pearce at Museum Square for raising of the ZSN flag.

Zonta Woodstock at Museum Square

Woodstock Police and Zonta Woodstock President Maria Odumodu at the Museum Square flag raising event.

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Zonta Woodstock Advocacy Chairperson Rubelyn Smith addresses crowd about the Zonta Says NO campaign and the forms of VAW at Museum Square.

ZSN Zonta Woodstock President Maria Odumodu

Zonta Woodstock President welcoming attendees at Woodstock’s Museum Square for the ZSN flag on Nov. 25, 2021

Zonta Woodstock Engaging All Generations

Zonta members Anne Campbell and Liz Parks encourage community members of all ages to TAKE ACTION

Zonta Says NO Campaign

Community Parnterships

Zonta Woodstock celebrates eight years of community partnership with Domestic Assault Resources Team (DART) Oxford.  DART agencies include Domestic Abuse Services Oxford (DASO), Ingamo Homes, Children’s Aid Society Oxford, Canadian Mental Health Oxford, Probation & Parole, Woodstock Police Service, Ontario Provincial Police (Oxford), Woodstock General Hospital.  Additional partners of Huron Park Secondary School, St. Mary’s Secondary School, Fanshawe College-Woodstock Campus, Woodstock Firefighters, Woodstock Downtown BIA, Woodstock City Council & County Council.

Woodstock City Council, Fire Department & Police Service

Woodstock Police Service Special Victims Unit officers.

Woodstock Residents at Museum Square.

Oxford County Deputy Warden Ted Comiskey (left), City Councillor Jerry Acchione (right) Take Action.

Woodstock Police Service Officers Take Action.

Officers from OPP and Woodstock Police Service Take Action.

Woodstock Resident Takes Action.

Woodstock Networking Group Oxwood Connections Take Action.

Woodstock Residents at Museum Square.

Zonta Woodstock & DASO Take Action with city proclamation.

Woodstock Residents at Museum Square.

Domestic Abuse Services Oxford (DASO) Staff Take Action.

Woodstock Business Owner of Big D’s Sandwich Shack Takes Action.

Woodstock Business Owner of Camboia&Co  Takes Action

Woodstock Fire Station #2 Takes Action.

The City of Woodstock Takes Action.

Zonta Woodstock & Community Partners Take Action.

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Thamesford Resident Takes Action.

Innerkip Resident Takes Action.

Culligan Water Individual Takes Action.

Empowering Women