Saskatchewan rolls out anti-sexual violence public awareness campaign
REGINA – The Saskatchewan government hopes a new public awareness campaign will help reduce the province’s high rate of sexual violence against women and girls.
The campaign calls on people to step in to do what they can to protect people.
Premier Brad Wall says the message that sexual violence is not acceptable needs to get through to everyone, especially young men.
Over the next few weeks a video with this anti-violence message can be viewed on Facebook, YouTube, television and in movie theatres.
Dianna Graves, executive director of Sexual Assault Services of Saskatchewan, says such violence is a serious problem.
Wall says his government is looking at providing more financial support to women’s shelters in the province.
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