Learning and Knowledge Exchanges
Mothers Leaving Abusive Partners: Family Law Information
This guide is for women with children who’ve been abused by their intimate partner, including a spouse or someone they were never in a relationship with but share a child with.
Mental Health Supports for Racialized Women at Risk of Gender-based Violence. A Toolkit for Service Providers and Advocates
The toolkit provides information to service providers, advocacy groups and activists serving gender based violence survivors to better address the needs of racialized women.
Live Safe, End Abuse
Live Safe, End Abuse is for people leaving an abusive partner. The resource contains information on what abuse is, how people can plan for their safety and protect their children, and who can help.
Learning Through Culture to Promote Healthy Youth Relationships
A tipsheet that emphasizes Indigenous cultural-affirmation in the promotion of healthy youth relationships and violence prevention programs.
Leading and Learning with Pride: A Revitalized Tool Kit on Supporting 2SLGBTQI+ Seniors
This toolkit sets out practices, policies, and principles that acknowledge the diverse experiences of 2SLGBTQI+ Seniors and how best to respond to their physical, psychological, emotional, social, and spiritual needs.
Courage Catalysts: Creating Consent Culture on Campus
This toolkit was designed by diverse student advocates who were supporting our friends in the aftermath of GBV on campus, or navigating sexualized violence on campus ourselves.
Consent: How You Can Support Students in Learning About Consent and Boundaries
This document is a guide for educators to help them support their students in learning about consent and boundaries within their relationships.
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.