WORKING TOGETHER TO END SEXUAL VIOLENCE
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Muskoka Parry Sound is located on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabeeg, specifically the Chippewa, Odawa and Ojibway people and on the home of the Wahta Mohawk (Haudenosaunee) territory. This region is covered by the Williams Treaty. MPSSAS recognizes the impact colonization, genocide, oppression and violence of all forms aimed particularly at Indigenous peoples has had. We recognize and deeply appreciate Indigenous stewardship and connection to this place. We are committed to practices of anti-violence, anti-oppression, decolonization and reconciliation through our shared work to make truth, justice and safety from violence real in our region.
A Non-Profit Organization
We are an intersectional feminist organization dedicated to providing leadership, education, advocacy and trauma-informed support to end sexual violence and harassment.
Gender-based violence, including sexual violence, is a global issue. We develop strong collaborative responses to shift longstanding societal beliefs and systems to create social change.
We honour all people who have experienced sexual violence and harassment. Their diverse voices are heard and reflected in the design and delivery of our programs to facilitate empowerment and healing.