Learning and Knowledge Exchanges
Self Worth Toolkit
A zine by and for youth that discusses how important it is to know your self-worth in the context of unhealthy relationships, violence prevention, and maintaining safety.
Safety Planning and Intimate Partner Violence: A Toolkit for Survivors and Supporters
In situations of domestic violence, survival can become criminalized in unexpected and chilling ways. What can concrete support for intimate partner violence survivors look like from a prison abolitionist perspective? What can it look like in practice to support survivors while being acutely aware of both the dangers of abuse and the overwhelming violence of the criminal legal system?
Safety Planning : A Toolkit for Survivors
This safety plan is an adaptable tool to help keep you safe in your ever-changing situation. Violence against women continues as an epidemic. Planning for safety can be one way to take back power in abusive relationships. Although you can’t control an intimate partner’s use of violence, planning for safety can help you evaluate, define options and opportunities for liberation and safety.
Day After Day: Promoting Healthy Masculinities During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The goals and impact of the White Ribbon campaign as well as the intersections between gender-based violence, masculinities and the COVID-19 era. White Ribbon also shares useful tools and practices in the promotion of healthy masculinities.
Reinventing Our Campuses: Creating Real Community Safety to Address Sexual Violence
The online forum brought together culturally and gender diverse survivor, student, and advocate perspectives on current realities related to gender-based sexual violence and oppressions on Canadian campuses, and what is needed to create inclusive, safe campuses.
There’s Another Way
An animated video that goes over consent and setting boundaries in youth dating relationships.
Toolkit for Colour of Violence: Race, Gender & Anti-Violence Services
This companion toolkit accompanies the report “Colour of Violence: Race, Gender & Anti-Violence Services,” and details key barriers for racialized survivors seeking safety and offers best practices in developing anti-racist interventions that better supports Indigenous, Black, newcomer immigrant/refugee, and racialized survivors.
Leading with Abundance: Transformative Justice as a Framework for Change
A recording of WomenatthecentrE’s 3-part virtual event discussing Transformative Justice as a framework for change.