Learning Network

Mobilizing knowledge to end gender-based violence

The Learning Network is a knowledge mobilization initiative that bridges the gap between current gender-based violence (GBV) research, practice-based knowledge, and lived experience to enhance the capacity of the GBV sector and movement (e.g., legal help, shelter support, advocacy, education, sexual assault counselling). This knowledge is essential to preventing violence across diverse communities, supporting survivors and allies, and promoting gender equity.                            

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International Students and Emotional Abuse: Campuses Must Offer Support!

This infographic shares some of the ways international students experience emotional abuse, barriers to accessing help, and how postsecondary campuses can take proactive steps to offer supports.

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Disabled Sexuality and Pleasure Access

This Resource Spotlight features That Sex Show on AMI-tv which focuses on the intersections of disability, sex, and sexuality more broadly. We’ll discuss the importance of disability-focused and disability-inclusive sexuality education, connections between gender-based violence and disabled sexuality, and best practices for disability inclusion in relation to sexuality education.  

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More than "Sibling Rivalry": Understanding and Addressing Sibling Abuse

In this podcast episode, Lorene Stanwick discusses sibling abuse and the need for more awareness, public education, and supports for survivors based on her personal experience and learnings through her play Broken Branches.

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Duty to Support: Supporting Families to Stay Together

This Webinar focuses on the Duty to Support - the idea that community has the responsibility to support parents to care for their children and keep the families together. It is a response to the current mandate to report families whose children are perceived to be at risk. In the current child welfare system, families experience state-based violence that ruptures family structures, contributes to marginalizing women, and perpetuates cycles of trauma.

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10 Ways to Invest in Survivor Expertise

In this infographic, we identify everyday actions and structural changes that can be adopted at the organizational level to ethically and equitably include and center survivor expertise.

This infographic was made in partnership with the Region of Peel Anti-Human Sex Trafficking Program based on their Remuneration Framework for Consultants and Staff with Lived-Experience of Human Trafficking.

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"Meet Them Where They Are At": Reimagining the Child Welfare System

In this podcast episode, Thaila Dixon-Eeet discusses critical youth-centering and community development with youth survivors based on their work with the Collective of Child Welfare Survivors. Instead of infantilizing or tokenizing youth, Thaila shares how critical youth-centering involves capacity-building and creating safe opportunities for youth to share their feedback and experiences. 

 

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