Learning and Knowledge Exchanges
A Guide: Promising practices for Engaging Survivors in Research
This guide was developed to support researchers in engaging survivors both ethically and positively. This guide also considers the challenges of conducting research during a pandemic and how researchers can work effectively to collaborate with survivors in a changing environment.
Reducing Stigma: Exploring the intersections between trauma, race and criminalization
This report draws on data that was gathered through interviews and surveys with racialized women who have lived experience of trauma and criminalization. It discusses how intimate partner violence can be a pathway into the criminal justice system for survivors.
Right to Housing and Violence Against Women
This brief explores the connections between the right to housing, homelessness, and violence against women, and highlights the key barriers survivors face in obtaining safe, adequate and permanent housing.
Literature Review: Intersections between Safety and Employment amongst Racialized Women
This literature review explores existing research on the relationship between employment and intimate partner violence, with a focus on the experience of racialized survivors.