EDMONTON – The Canadian Football League is joining a new campaign aimed at ending violence against women. The "Call It…
EDMONTON – The Canadian Football League is joining a new campaign aimed at ending violence against women.
The “Call It Out” campaign urges people to be more than a bystander
The Ending Violence Association has been the Ending Violence Association Canada, Status of Women Canada and the United Steelworkers.
The Ending Violence Association has been wo rking with CFL players, coaches and staff as part of a league-wide initiative started in 2015 to respond proactively to any allegation of gender-based violence.
This year’s Gray Cup game will feature broadcast-visible LED sideline signage, an in
CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie, zegt bijna 70 procent van de Canadese rapportage dat ze een seksueel of fysiek geweld hebben
. ] “At this time of year, when we Canadians join together to celebrate the Gray Cup, we want to remind everyone that we need to work together to end violence against women and the attitudes that can contribute to it,” Ambrosie said at a news conference in Edmonton on Friday.
“The CFL remains committed to ending violence and calling out disrespect and violence where we see it. As individuals and as organizations, we all have the ability to be leaders on this issue and put a stop to violence against women. “
The Calgary Stampeders and the Ottawa Redblacks will play for the national championship Sunday at Edmonton’s Commonwealth Stadium. 19659013]