Learning and Knowledge Exchanges
The RCMP: Its Culture and Future (FAFIA Webinar)
Based on the report of the same name, the Canadian Feminist AlIiance for International Action (FAFIA) hosted an online webinar to examine the toxic culture of racism, misogyny, and homophobia in the RCMP.
The Missing Story of #MeToo: Sexual Violence by Law Enforcement Agents
Although studies show that sexual violence is the second most frequently reported form of police misconduct, it is not frequently talked about. What does sexual violence by police look like?
The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open
The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open weaves an intricately complex, while at the same time very simple, story of a chance encounter between two Indigenous women with drastically different lived experience, navigating the aftermath of domestic abuse.
Tensions of 2SLGBTQIA+ Structural Inclusion Within the GBV Sector
This webinar explores how the dominance of structural and dichotomous gender binaries within the gender-based violence (GBV) sector still impacts how 2SLGBTQIA+ or sexual and gender diverse people are included, treated, or recognized within the sector, especially within service delivery.
Survival, Strength, Sisterhood: Power of Women in the Downtown Eastside
A short film that documents the history of the annual women’s memorial march in Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories. By focusing on the voices of women who live, love, and work in the Downtown Eastside this film debunks the sensationalism surrounding a neighbourhood deeply misunderstood, and celebrates the complex and diverse realities of women organizing for justice.
Supporting Two Spirit, Non Binary, and Trans Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence
This webinar addresses how service providers can provide more accessible, affirming, and supportive services to Two-Spirit, nonbinary and trans survivors of violence.
Supporting Sexually and Gender Diverse Youth Through Trauma-Informed Care
A webinar that discusses how use trauma-informed care to support sexually and gender diverse youth.
Safe at Home: An Alternative Approach to Serving Families Experiencing Domestic Violence
A webinar detailing Safe at Home, an alternative approach to serving families experiencing domestic abuse and violence that focuses on healing the whole family. The abusive partner is the one to move to an off-site facility or independent living, while their partner and children stay in their home.