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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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Tech Safety Planning Toolkit


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.

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The Technology Safety and Privacy Toolkit


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.

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Preserving Digital Evidence Toolkit


This toolkit helps women, youth, gender-diverse people, and frontline workers preserve digital evidence in circumstances involving technology-facilitated gender-based violence (TFGBV). It acts as a guide to learn about the laws and best practices surrounding digital evidence preservation and the potential use of this evidence in cases involving technology-facilitated violence

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Relationships and Technology: Sexting


This is the second of two reports in the Young Canadians in a Wireless World focusing on relationships and technology. The reports detail young Canadians’ experiences in the context of interpersonal relationships and situate these findings with discussions of building trust, support, and collective resilience. This report also highlights complex intersections between the sending, receiving, and forwarding behaviours that comprise sexting.

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