Learning Network

Mobilizing knowledge to end gender-based violence

The Learning Network (LN) is a valuable source of evidence-informed resources for individuals, service providers, and organizations working to end violence against women and other forms of gender-based violence (GBV).


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Work with Media to Get the Story Right on Gender-Based Violence

This Backgrounder offers tips and strategies for GBV advocates to use when navigating media interviews and requests for information. Meaningful engagement between GBV advocates and media professionals improves GBV media coverage and helps everyone better understand the issues and solutions.


Technology-Facilitated Gender-Based Violence Among Teens: Closing the Gap in Canadian Knowledge & Resources

This Webinar explores what we (don’t) know about technology-facilitated gender-based violence (TFGBV) and discusses some of the emerging best practices for supporting young people in Canada. First, presenters speak about existing gaps in the research on TFGBV in Canada, before bringing in experts in the areas of digital media, education, law, and criminology to talk about how they are working to fill these gaps.


Building Survivor Leadership Capacity: Sharing Lessons Learned from Non-Status, Refugee, and Immigrant Women

This Issue shares the importance of grounding GBV work in survivor expertise and spotlights an example of engaging survivors through a project focused on “Building Leadership Capacity” with non-status, refugee, and immigrant women led by the Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI).


End the Misuse of Non-Disclosure Agreements! Informed Choices for Survivors of Gender-Based Violence

This Backgrounder offers information about NDAs in the context of gender-based violence to inform choice and promote advocacy to end the misuse of NDAs. It is directly informed by the experiences of those who signed an NDA and features their quotes and stories shared with Can’t Buy My Silence.


Mothering in the Context of Intimate Partner Violence: Realities and Resilience

This Brief examines the impacts of IPV on the survivor-mother and child relationship, the realities of mothering that survivor-mothers face, and considerations for service providers supporting survivor-mothers and their children.


The Early Origins of the #MeToo Movement: Black and Racialized Experiences

This Webinar discusses the #MeToo/#MoiAussi movement through an anti-racist, feminist, and intersectional lens. It centers the experiences of Black and racialized women who have publicly denounced sexual violence in Quebec, France, and the United States.


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