Collaborative projects

Sexual Exploitation Working Group

SEWG is an Edmonton-based leadership group collaborating to create awareness of sexual exploitation and its causes and impacts.

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On August 14, 1994, a young woman named Karen Lewis was murdered, and her body was thrown in a dumpster. For several years after her death, Calgarians gathered to remember Karen and other women who were murdered. In Edmonton in 1999, survivors, grieving parents, and CEASE held a similar event. The first Edmonton Memorial was held on August 14th, 2000. The Memorial is a time to remember those who have lost their lives as a result of sexual exploitation.

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Resource Circle

Strengthens the capacity of community and government programs to improve their support, advocacy, and response to individuals who experience sexual exploitation, addictions, mental health challenges, poverty, and marginalization. The resource circle facilitates this through regular bi-monthly meetings, guest presentations, and information sharing among participating organizations.

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Okîsikow Way

In 2011, Edmonton became the fifth capital city in Canada to name a street after women who were victims of violence. Okîsikow Way is located between 101 A Ave between Canada Place and WEAC.

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