Learning and Knowledge Exchanges
For racialized women with experiences of intimate partner violence, economic security and employment can be compounded by structural barriers and racism. WomanACT consulted organizations that serve survivors of intimate partner violence and organizations that specialize in employment services for women on the barriers faced by racialized survivors.
This report details the rise in anti-Asian racism across Canada. The report uses data from website platforms hosted by the Chinese Canadian National Council Toronto Chapter and Project 1907 which collected self-reported and witness-reported incidents of anti-Asian racism and xenophobia in Canada during the pandemic.
Deplatforming Misogyny: Report on Platform Liability for Technology-Facilitated Gender-Based Violence
This report examines the role of digital platforms in the proliferation of technology-facilitated gender based violence, abuse, and harassment (abbreviated as ‘TFGBV’). It also examines whether and how digital platform should be held accountable for TFGBV through regulation or the imposition of liability under Canadian law.
The Open Secrets Project: A study on rape culture and accountability at Canadian postsecondary institutions
The Open Secrets Project: A study on rape culture and accountability at Canadian postsecondary institutions aims to pursue accountability from post-secondary institutions for violence experienced by students, and to change the cultures that support and perpetuate it.
The project Restorative Justice and Gender-Based Violence in BC: Revisiting the Conversation involves the development of a discussion paper, a four-part virtual dialogue with 25 participants from gender-based violence organizations and Indigenous and immigrant leaders, and a summary report.