The Neighbours, Friends and Families campaign has a number of sister campaigns in communities throughout Ontario.

We are proud to support these campaigns and their efforts to end violence against women and children. Here, you will find the various events and initiatives across all of our Neighbours, Friends and Families campaigns.

Check back regularly for information and new events!

Current Events

2022 NFF Youth Conference

Date: March 24, 2022 | 2:00 - 5:00 pm EST

nff youth conference 2022 thursday march 24 2022 2:00 to 5:00 pm EST

The 2022 NFF Youth Conference creates an intentional and accessible space for youth, by youth to learn and engage in vital discussions around the development of healthy relationships- with one’s community, peer group, family, partner, and oneself.   

The Youth Conference is organized and moderated by our Youth Advisory Council. The goal is to have a dialogue and create awareness about the intersectionality of identities and how that has an impact on people's lives along with a call for youth action.    

Keynote by Sandy Hudson, co-founder Black Lives Matter, Canada. Sandy is an educator, activist, public intellectual with her talent to make people imagine the future with justice.     

Keynote Speaker: Sandy Hudson, Political  Activist & Founder of the Black Lives Matter Movement Canada


When Sandy Hudson speaks, people listen. A dynamic and matter-of-fact communicator, Sandy has a unique ability to distill complex ideas into manageable concepts for large audiences. Tackling a range of social justice issues from racism to feminism, Sandy is a natural thought-leader and has a gift for finding the common ground we need to make a better society.  

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Healthy talks on Masculinity by our Youth Advisory Committee

Moderated by Matt Sereda, Learning Coordinator- Equity and Inclusive Education

Date: April 2022

What does "masculinity" really mean? What are the societal norms that shape ideas about masculinity, and how does it impact society as a whole? Our Youth Advisory Council members, with the help of Matt Sereda, will unpack these questions in this upcoming Healthy Talk.