Learning and Knowledge Exchanges
Race, Gendered Violence, and the Rights of Women with Precarious Immigration Status
This toolkit has been written for service providers who assist racialized women living with precarious immigration status in Ontario and explores the relationship between race, gender, and immigration status.
Preventing Teen Dating Violence: How Educators Can Make a Difference
Teen dating violence is a serious problem in Canada, but steps can be taken to prevent it from occurring. This toolkit is a guide for educators to get involved in preventing and intervening in teen dating violence.
Preventing Intimate Partner Violence in Two Spirit, Non Binary and Trans Communities, and Supporting Survivors
A toolkit for service providers to understand and address barriers and increase access to affirming supportive anti-violence services, as recommended by two-spirit, nonbinary and trans individuals themselves.
Pathways for Engagement: Institutional and Program-level Considerations to Engage Men and Prevent Sexualized and Gender-Based Violence on Post-Secondary Campuses
Pathways to Engagement is a Framework designed to provide insight into how post-secondary institutions can design proactive, positive, and productive pathways to engage male-identified people in GBV prevention work on university and college campuses.
Navigating Power Dynamics and Boundaries as a Graduate Student
This toolkit discusses the power dynamics at play in the university/graduate student context and how these power dynamics shape realities and experiences of sexual violence, and identifies a range of strategies for responding to sexual violence and boundary violations.
Native Women’s Association of Canada Research Toolkit
This toolkit offers guiding information on where to start and what to expect when facilitating, or coordinating, community-based research. This toolkit is part of NWAC’s plan to build research infrastructure, mentorship, and leadership in order to lead more intentional, comprehensive, intersectional, and culturally-grounded research to advance health priorities of Indigenous women, two-spirit, and gender-diverse people.
My Refugee Claim: Orientation Booklet
This orientation booklet helps you to understand where you are in the refugee claim process and how to prepare yourself for the next steps.
My Refugee Claim
My Refugee Claim helps you: get informed about Canada’s refugee protection process, stay connected to people who can help, and be prepared every step of the way.