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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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Systemic Inequities and Interjurisdictional Issues in Human Trafficking and MMIWG2S+


A significant factor in the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, Two-Spirit and Gender-Diverse People (MMIWG2S+) genocide is the rate at which Indigenous Women, Girls, TwoSpirit, Transgender, and Gender-Diverse People experience human trafficking and sexual exploitation. This toolkit speaks to the continued journey toward Truth and Reconciliation and the need for additional support for those who are survivors of the MMIWG2S+ genocide.

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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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A Culturally Relevant Gender-Based Analysis (CRGBA) Starter Kit: Introduction, Incorporation, and Illustrations of Use


Culturally relevant gender-based analysis (CRGBA) considers the historical and current issues faced by Indigenous women, including the impacts that colonization and intergenerational trauma have caused. When policy work lacks a CRGBA, there is a risk of perpetuating further marginalization, oppression, and/or violence against Indigenous women.

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