RePlay: Finding Zoe/ReJouer: Où est Zoé?
RePlay/ReJouer is our award-winning online video game to promote healthy relationships amongst youth aged 8 to 14 (funded by the Government of Ontario and developed in partnership with Take Action Games. The French version was developed in partnership with Centre ontarien de prévention des aggressions. Paz y Desarrollo, an organization founded in Spain, adapted RePlay/ReJouer to create the Hành trình yêu thương (The Love Journey) game for students in Vietnam.
2011-2012: featured at Bronx Council of the Arts’ Toys & Games with a Twist Exhibit at Longwood Art Gallery
2011: featured in “Power to the People: Anti-Oppressive Game Design”, a chapter published in Designing Games for Ethics: Models, Techniques and Frameworks (IGI Global, 2011)
2010: featured in Euphrat Museum of Art’s Learn to Play exhibit
2009: winner of Adobe 2009 MAX award, “Social Responsibility” category
2008: winner of Adobe-TechSoup’s Show Your Impact award
2007: winner of Changemakers’ Why Games Matter award
2007: finalist for Changemakers’ Ending Abuse in Intimate and Family Relations award
2007: presented at the International Emmy World Television Festival
What It Is quiz game
Funded by TELUS and Department of Justice Canada, “What It Is” is a Canada-wide online and mobile quiz game that raises awareness about sexual violence and supports youth 12 to 25 dealing with sexual violence. It was created with diverse youth and launched on November 25, 2010 in honour of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.Play now in EnglishPlay now in FrenchPlay on Java-enabled phone:
type www.metrac.org/games-and-apps/mGame/game.wml in your mobile browser and choose the English or French version. The game will download into your phone’s game folder.Play on Android phone:
Open Google Play and install (search for “What It Is” under games). The game will display in English or French depending on your phone’s language setting.
Note: this game works best on Android phones with smaller and medium-sized screens (240×320, 320×480 and 480×800 resolutions. It won’t look right on phones with large, high-density screens. If you’re not sure what screen your phone has, download the game and check out if it works (you can always “uninstall” if it doesn’t). You can also go to into settings > about phone, find your phone’s model number and search it online to figure out what kind of screen you have.Play on Blackberry phone:Play on iPhone:
Open iTunes and download the game in English or French (you may have to search for “What It Is” under games).
“What It Is” Video
Focus Group Video
Not Your Baby App
Not Your Baby is a mobile app to help people deal with sexual harassment at work, school, transit, home or in public spaces. It’s a “sexual harassment response generator”. Once installed, the app allows users to input where they are and who’s harassing them – such as a boss, coworker, family member or fellow student. A possible response is generated “in the moment”, based on the input of people who’ve shared what they’ve done to deal with similar instances of harassment. Not Your Baby includes resources, information about the law, definitions, tips and stories, and it allows users to submit their own stories.Install on your iPhone via iTunesInstall on your Android device through Google Play
Read research summary on responses to sexual harassment.
“Sexual harassment? There’s an app for that”, Ottawa Sun (April 16, 2013)
Newsmaker: Community response to downtown sexual assaults”, National Post (October 12, 2012)
“Sexual Harassment: iPhone App ‘Not Your Baby’ Suggests Responses”, Huffington Post UK (September 19, 2012)
“I’m not your baby! The iPhone app that gives women the perfect withering one-liners to answer embarrassing catcalls”, Mail Online (September 17, 2012)
“Not Your Baby App: Phone App Gives Suggestions For Sexual Harassment Responses”, Huffington Post Canada (September 14, 2012)
“Genius Canadian App Generates Snappy Comebacks to Street Harassment”, Jezebel (September 14, 2012)
“New Mobile App ‘Not Your Baby’ Calls Out Sexual Harassment”, Torontoist (September 13, 2012)