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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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Community-Based Research Toolkit: Resources and Tools for Doing Research with Community for Social Change


The tools, templates and resources in this toolkit were compiled and developed by the community-based research team at Access Alliance based on half a decade of implementing community-based research projects. This toolkit is designed for people and institutions interested in doing research using community-based research principles, and contains over 70 ready to use tools and templates and numerous best practices recommendations.

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Research Ethics: A Guide for Community Organizations


This document aims to share our knowledge around research ethics, to empower us in our work, and to reduce the potential harms that participation in research/evaluation has had on some impoverished and/or criminalized client populations. These guidelines are intended for groups that work with recipient populations that are impoverished, criminalized or otherwise socially marginalized or isolated.

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Safety Planning for Persons with Disabilities: Advocate Guide


This guide covers the core beliefs and values for helping survivors with disabilities plan for safety, tips on how and when to use a safety plan for a variety of situations experienced by a survivor, and, a safety plan template. The act of planning for safety helps survivors think through possible dangers in a variety of situations and have a plan in mind about what to do when their physical and/or emotional safety is threatened.

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