Become an Ambassador Campus

Youth at Moose Hide 2020 gathering

The Ambassador Campus Initiative aims to end gender-based violence by creating safer campuses and communities across Canada. Based on the completion of specific actions identified in the Annual Action Inventory for your campus, you can achieve the Moose Hide Campaign Ambassador Campus designation, demonstrating your ongoing commitment to reconciliation and addressing violence on campus.

Involvement in the Ambassador Campus Initiative will promote the implementation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action, the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Inquiry Calls for Justice.

Annual Action Inventory: Five steps to become an Ambassador Campus

Step 1 | Submit your letter of intent and complete the online registration form. Please submit a brief letter of intent that addresses how your institution will support the Campaign goals and complete the online registration form. Once you have registered your school and submitted your letter of intent, you will be able to access Moose Hide Campaign resources created in partnership with post-secondary institutions. At the end of the year, we will ask you to provide a statement of the impact you’ve seen on campus as a result of this initiative.

Step 2 | Wear and share the Moose Hide Pin. Get the word out on campus and in the community by distributing our moose hide pins – a symbol of commitment and solidarity to end violence. Order them online for free here – including animal-free versions.

Step 3 | Organize a Moose Hide Campaign event or project. Due to COVID-19, this can be held virtually or in person. It could be a community event, virtual webinar or community action research project. Take a look at past post-secondary projects for inspiration.

Step 4 | Secure Online Pledges and Promote Moose Hide Campaign Day on Campus. Inspire members of your campus to take the online pledge (verbal, written or video submission) to end violence and to encourage members to fast in solidarity on Moose Hide Campaign Day. The next Moose Hide Campaign Day will be held May 12, 2022.

Step 5 | Participate in and promote the Moose Hide Campaign national post-secondary social strengthening events. Moose Hide Campaign partner campuses across the country will be hosting a series of national virtual social strengthening events. Individuals from across the country can participate in these virtual events and engage more deeply in conversations around ending violence, reconciliation and creating safer campuses.

For additional information on the Ambassador Campus Initiative or the Moose Hide Campaign please contact us by…

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Phone: 1 (250) 619-1694

To complete the online registration form to become an Ambassador Campus click here.
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