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This webpage is a centralized hub for resources related to Gender-Based Violence (GBV) from organizations across British Columbia, as well as key national and international research. We will continue to update this webpage as further resources become available.
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Guidelines for Planning and Facilitating Trauma- and Violence-Informed Meetings


This guide is a reference tool for those involved in in-person, virtual, or hybrid meetings that support trauma- and violence-informed practices. It provides suggestions for incorporating trauma- and violence-informed principles into planning, hosting, or attending meetings. Proactive consideration of how to make meeting contexts more trauma- and violence-informed can increase feelings of safety, trust, support, collaboration, empowerment, understanding, and connection for participants.

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Native Women’s Association of Canada Research Toolkit


This toolkit offers guiding information on where to start and what to expect when facilitating, or coordinating, community-based research. This toolkit is part of NWAC’s plan to build research infrastructure, mentorship, and leadership in order to lead more intentional, comprehensive, intersectional, and culturally-grounded research to advance health priorities of Indigenous women, two-spirit, and gender-diverse people.

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Guidance for Researchers Conducting Trauma- and Violence-Informed Community-Based Research During a Pandemic, Natural Disaster, Crisis, or other Emergency Situation


This guidance document has been developed for researchers conducting community-based intervention research with people who have experienced gender-based violence. The documents provides considerations for how to safely and effectively introduce or continue research related to gender-based violence health and education programs during and after traumatic events such as natural disasters, epidemics, and pandemics.

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Re-Envisioning PLEI Report


How can we facilitate learning about the law in a way that is grounded in the vision of community and supports efforts to end oppression? How can we equip people with honest information about the legal system so that they can choose the path that is best for them? This report pulls together guiding principles, impacts, limitations, and ethical practices for public legal education and information practitioners.

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