The BC Bad Date and Aggressor Reporting (BC BDAR) Project is a three-year project to create a provincially integrated bad date reporting system across BC.

A Bad Date Reporting System is a sex worker led response to report violent incidents or safety concerns to peers and/or outreach workers. These incidents and concerns are tracked in databases and distributed to help keep each other safe.

The BC BDAR project will build a tool that will incorporate all communities and sectors of sex workers in BC.

Who’s Listening

Andrea Cupelli
Project Coordinator
Courtney Demone
Research Lead

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Project Resources

BC BDAR documents, newsletters, media and other resources.

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Get Involved

Over the next three years we invite sex workers and sex worker-serving projects, programs, networks, and organizations across BC to be deeply involved in the design and implementation of the BC BDAR tool and related education opportunities through extensive province-wide community consultations, surveys, forums, and advisory groups. We will update this webpage with our progress and upcoming ways to get involved. Stay tuned and watch this space or sign up to our newsletter for upcoming opportunities.

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Phase 1

Project initiation & internal capacity building

July – Dec 2021

Phase 2

Consultation Planning & Design

Jan – Nov 2022

Phase 3

Research & Consultations

Jan 2022– Jun 2023

Phase 4

Analysis & Reporting

July - Dec 2023

Phase 5

BDAR System Creation & Testing

July 2023 - May 2024

Phase 6

System Launch, Education & Advocacy

May 2024 - Dec 2024

The BC BDAR Project gratefully and respectfully acknowledges that our work spans across 198 First Nations and 39 Métis chartered communities in what is currently known as British Columbia.

Our staff and Working Group members acknowledge that they work from the traditional, unceded (stolen) territories of the K’ómoks First Nation, the Coast Salish Peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, the Lekwungen and W_SÁNEC peoples, and the Sinixt, the Ktunaxa, and the Syilx peoples respectively.