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YW Calgary has launched its Canada 150 project: a creative, engaging and interactive installation highlighting the stories of 150 women, known and lost to history who have impacted Calgary during the last 150+ years.
'She Who Dares' is a one-of-a-kind interactive and creative installation which encourages the audience to discover the impacts made by women in our community. Audiences are invited to explore and uncover the stories of 150 incredible women.
Lana Wells has been recognized for her work as a leader in reducing and preventing domestic violence, through community initiatives and academic work at the University of Calgary, where she is an Associate Professor and the Brenda Strafford Chair in the Prevention of Domestic Violence. Lana leads Shift: The Project to End Domestic Violence, and has trained thousands of teachers to help educate Calgary youth in healthy relationship skills. Her efforts to engage men and boys in preventing domestic violence has garnered international attention. The purpose of SHIFT is to enhance the capacity of policy makers, system leaders, clinicians, service providers and the community at large, to significantly reduce the rates of domestic violence in Alberta.