Learning and Knowledge Exchanges
Human Rights in Action: A Handbook for Women and Gender-Diverse People in Federal Prison in Canada
This handbook is designed to give you the tools and resources to defend and advocate for your rights while you are federally incarcerated. This handbook is written specifically for people in prison, but advocates, lawyers, and other allies will also find it useful in their work.
How to Become a Child’s Guardian
This fact sheet explains how to become a child’s guardian. Anyone who wants to become a guardian can apply, including a parent who isn’t a guardian or anyone else (relative or non-relative).
Gender Equality and Intersectional Analysis Toolkit
This toolkit guides feminists in conducting a Gender Equality and Intersectional Analysis, accounting for the interconnected and intersecting nature of systems of power and oppression, and their impacts on diverse women and marginalized people when building projects, campaigns, or policy.
Essential Elements for Non-Punitive Accountability: A Workbook for Understanding Alternative Responses to Gender-Based Violence
A workbook for understanding alternative responses to gender-based violence because punitive models do not necessarily offer the kind of justice survivors seek, are inaccessible to many people, reproduce systemic inequalities, and often cause further violence in communities.
Cyber Dating Violence: What it Looks Like and How We Can Support Youth
The use of technology has transformed teen dating relationships and has created opportunities for cyber dating violence. This is a backgrounder on cyber-dating violence and some strategies that parents and educators can use to prevent and reduce cyber dating violence among youth.
Creative Interventions Toolkit: A Practical Guide to Stop Interpersonal Violence
The toolkit provides a community-based approach to ending interpersonal violence. We wanted to turn back to our communities and strengthen community-based systems to resist violence in all of its forms.
You Choose What To Do Next: A Guide for Navigating the Criminal Legal System, as a Sexual Assault Survivor
This is an important and toolkit and guide for navigating the Canadian criminal legal system, as a sexual assault survivor.
Key Principles of Gender Based Violence Investigations at Post-Secondary Institutions
Campus workplace GBV complaints are situated at the nexus of an intricate web of legislation, legal standards, policies, collective agreements, and institutional practices. This tool provides the foundational principles of comprehensive campus workplace GBV investigations.