Learning and Knowledge Exchanges
2S/LGBTQ+ people have unique needs when it comes to sexual and reproductive health. But, accessing related health services isn’t always easy. Receiving appropriate sexual and reproductive health care can mean coming out, risking stigma or discrimination, or dealing with health service providers who aren’t educated on queer issues. The Care I Want offers tips and advice to get the most out from these health services.
This is the second of two reports in the Young Canadians in a Wireless World focusing on relationships and technology. The reports detail young Canadians’ experiences in the context of interpersonal relationships and situate these findings with discussions of building trust, support, and collective resilience. This report also highlights complex intersections between the sending, receiving, and forwarding behaviours that comprise sexting.
Just as sexual violence impacts youth “in real life (IRL)”, technology-facilitated sexual violence effects young people as well. If there are young people in your life, this brief outlines the things you can do to prevent technology-facilitated violence, including sexual violence.
This guide is a reference tool for those involved in in-person, virtual, or hybrid meetings that support trauma- and violence-informed practices. It provides suggestions for incorporating trauma- and violence-informed principles into planning, hosting, or attending meetings. Proactive consideration of how to make meeting contexts more trauma- and violence-informed can increase feelings of safety, trust, support, collaboration, empowerment, understanding, and connection for participants.
This resource is for anyone in BC who fears for their safety and seeks an order from the court providing protection from a specific person or people. A peace bond may be the best option for you if the person you are seeking protection from does not fall within the definition of “family member” in the Family Law Act.
This workbook is designed fo first or second-year sociology of gender or gender studies courses, focusing on the Canadian context. It is divided into five topics – Theory and Concepts, Institutions, Work, Family and Intimate Relationships, and Bodies and Health – which mirror the content of a course in sociology at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, SOCI 2240: Gender in Canada.