Learning and Knowledge Exchanges
Supporting Youth Experiencing Technology-Facilitated Sexual Violence
Just as sexual violence impacts youth “in real life (IRL)”, technology-facilitated sexual violence effects young people as well. If there are young people in your life, this brief outlines the things you can do to prevent technology-facilitated violence, including sexual violence.
Gender-Based Violence in Schools and the Intersectional Experiences of Black-Canadian Girls
This webinar discusses the unique experiences of female identified adolescents of African descent in Canada, and their experiences with gender based violence in schools. Specific attention is given to cultures of violence, how they manifest, and the need to attend to prevention, as opposed to the current focus on punishment, when addressing the intersectional experiences of Black girls.
Coercive Control During Intimate Partner Violence: What About Children?
This Learning Network and Knowledge Hub infographic focuses on how children and parents experience coercive control during intimate partner violence, and what service providers can do to support children.
Intentionally Marginalized Communities: The Violence We See in Relationships, Families and Systems in Canada
Through this webinar, participants gain knowledge, understanding and insights into the concept and experience of violence in intentionally marginalized communities.
Documentary: Kids Are Only Kids Once
In an effort to shift culture, West Coast LEAF created the short documentary Kids Are Only Kids Once in collaboration with parents with firsthand knowledge of the family policing system, as well as other advocates.
Responding to Critical Incidents of Sexual Violence at Post-Secondary Institutions
This workbook introduces a model for responding to critical incidents of sexual violence and offers a model for how to address harm, reduce risk, and work toward positive outcomes for people affected by sexual violence in the campus community.
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.
Preventing Teen Dating Violence: How Educators Can Make a Difference
Teen dating violence is a serious problem in Canada, but steps can be taken to prevent it from occurring. This toolkit is a guide for educators to get involved in preventing and intervening in teen dating violence.