Learning and Knowledge Exchanges
Policy Options on Non-Consensual Deepnudes and Sexual Deepfakes
Advancements in technology create the potential for new forms of gender-based violence that Canada needs to recognize, address, and monitor. This resource focuses on two of these new forms of violence, known as non-consensual deepnudes and sexual deepfakes.
Police Sexual Violence: What We Know & What Can We Do About It
This background details the reality of sexual violence by U.S law enforcement officers – including local and state police, ICE agents and Border Patrol, school resource officers, federal law enforcement agents, probation and parole officers; an issue that otherwise remains shrouded in silence.
Police Responses to Domestic Violence: A Fact Sheet
A U.S-based factsheet on police responses to domestic violence, arguing that police responses to domestic violence calls are primarily sites of physical and sexual violence, and neglect.
Living Together or Living Apart
This backgrounder explains the basics of family law in BC, including common-Law relationships, marriage, separation, and divorce.
The Rise of the Alt-Right in Canada: A feminist analysis
The Rise of the Alt-Right in Canada: A feminist analysis” looks at the alt-right using an intersectional feminist analysis and focuses on the context in Canada, from its historic roots to its continued proliferation, and outlines collective actions that we can all take to counter the alt-right movement today.
Tenant Survival Guide
TRAC’s popular Tenant Survival Guide is now an online Wikibook with fully searchable, and hyperlinking functions to key forms and resources.
Who Can Stay in the Family Home on Reserve
This easy-to-understand, illustrated brochure gives basic information about the Family Homes on Reserves and Matrimonial Interests or Rights Act and explains your rights to the family home on reserve.
Recommendations for Improving Policing and Police Accountability for Girls
This is a submission to B.C’s Special Committee on Reforming the Police Act highlighting state failures to protect girls and young women from violence as the root cause of girls’ homelessness, institutionalization and criminalization. This submission calls for the decriminalization of teen girls entirely, operating from the knowledge that their involvement in the criminal justice system is rooted in their efforts to protect themselves.