The Moose Hide Campaign is a grassroots movement of Indigenous and non-Indigenous men and boys who are standing up against violence towards women and children.

Moose Hide CampaignSTANDING UP AGAINST VIOLENCE

Towards Women and Children

The Moose Hide Campaign is a grassroots movement of Indigenous and non-Indigenous men and boys who are standing up against violence towards women and children.

Our Campaign was founded on the side of the 'Highway of Tears' in response to the injustices and violence faced by too many women and children in Canada, particularly those who are Indigenous.

Read more about us and our story

  Wearing the moose hide pin is your commitment to honour, respect and protect the women and children in your life, work to end gender-based violence and take action towards reconciliation with Indigenous peoples.
   

In joining the campaign, as men and boys you make a promise to:

  • Stand up with women and children and speak out against violence towards them.
  • Support each other as men and hold each other accountable.

Women, girls and all genders are also very much welcome to support the campaign and its goals.

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  • Teach our young boys about the true meaning of love and respect and be healthy role models for them.
  • Heal ourselves as men and support our brothers on their healing journey.

 
Our annual gatherings bring people together from across Turtle Island in ceremony - taking collective action to end violence towards women and children.   

 
 

 

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Million pins

Since 2011, more than 2.5 million pins have been distributed free of charge.
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Conversations

Studies have shown that each pin generates 10 conversations about ending violence.
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Communities

Thousands of communities and organizations across Canada have joined the Moose Hide Campaign.

Half of all women in Canada have experienced at least one incident of violence since the age of 16. It's worse for Indigenous women.

We're working to build a safer society for all by:

  • Addressing the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls
  • Speaking out about domestic violence
  • Building healthier masculinities