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Language English: Services and Violence

language english: The video will be translated into five languages Arabic, Persian, Mandarin, Spanish and French, according to CBC. P.E.I. grants aimed at helping prevent violence against women Silent march against family violence marks 8th year across P.E.I. 1M fundraiser launched for P.E.I. Family Violence Prevention Services Reaching out to potential victims Danya O'Malley, the executive director of FVPS, said the video will help victims become more familiar with the services FVPS offers, including Anderson House shelter. Family Violence Prevention Services is creating a new video aimed at introducing people whose first language isn't English to its services. The hope is that people can watch and listen and become more familiar with our services, what we offer, how to access our services and what to expect when you stay in the shelter, said O'Malley. We've done a few different projects where we've trained interpreters that work with the newcomers association and we've had various resources translated into different languages, said O'Malley. O'Malley said there is a need for these resources in newcomer communities, and that translation is often needed. ( As reported in the news.