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Zaagi’diwin Inakinogewin | Love Law: A Policy Note For Protecting Two-Spirit, Non-Binary & Trans Indigenous Peoples
Zaagi’diwin Inakinogewin emerges from a desire for our communities to affirm the value of freedom of expression and choice regarding gender identity, gender expression, and sexuality. We realize our bodies are our own, and we deserve to live without the constraints of colonial enforcements of cisgender heteropatriarchy in all its forms.
The Mass Casualty Commission was a joint public inquiry between the Governments of Canada and Nova Scotia created to examine the April 2020 mass casualty in Nova Scotia. This mass casualty was one of the largest mass murders in Canadian history, in which a sole perpetrator, Gabriel Wortman, killed 22 people throughout rural Nova Scotia. A key theme throughout the report is the pervasive context of gender-based violence giving rise to the mass casualty.
This online course has been designed as a support for anyone who is concerned about people who experience intimate partner violence. Whether it is information you are seeking for yourself or because you are concerned about someone you know, it is our hope that you will find the content you need to feel supported and to take action. This course is structured into 4 lessons and will take about an hour to complete. You can stop and come back at any time.
We have created resources with the aim to educate and inform individuals on different aspects of domestic violence, including recognizing warning signs and providing support. The collection includes posters-infographics, and explainers that cover topics such as intimate partner violence, coercive control, and abuse against women in different communities. The resources are designed to be accessible to the general public and can be utilized for personal reference or in a professional setting.
Technology-Facilitated Gender-Based Violence (TFGBV) is part of a continuum of violence that can be both online and in-person. Here are some quick ways to ensure that your tech use and sharing are done more safely. Although these may sound simple, these easy steps can make a big difference in your privacy.
This toolkit provides women, youth, gender-diverse people, and frontline workers with safety planning information to strategically use technology in ways that can enhance safety and take back some control if they are being harassed, threatened, stalked, or abused through a perpetrator’s misuse of technology.
The Technology Safety and Privacy Toolkit provides women, youth, and gender-diverse people experiencing technology-facilitated gender-based violence (TFGBV) with safety tips, general information, and strategies to use technology safely and increase privacy. This toolkit also includes tips on securing specific devices and using specific platforms and technology.