Learning and Knowledge Exchanges
A Primer on Interim Measures in Sexual Violence Cases at Post-Secondary Institutions
This webinar considers issues such as: What are the objectives of interim measures at post-secondary institutions? What types of measures can be imposed? What do we know about safety assessments?
A Feminist Perspective on the Financialization of Housing (FAFIA Webinar)
The webinar explores the impact of the financialization of housing on the daily lives of women and gender-diverse people in Canada.
Day After Day: Promoting Healthy Masculinities During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The goals and impact of the White Ribbon campaign as well as the intersections between gender-based violence, masculinities and the COVID-19 era. White Ribbon also shares useful tools and practices in the promotion of healthy masculinities.
Unravelling the Complexities of Domestic Violence and Criminalization in Black Women’s Lives
This webinar identifies trauma and violence informed frameworks that are both relevant and responsive to the intersecting realities in Black women’s lives, especially with an increasing number of Black women being charged with perpetrating violence against an intimate partner.
There’s Another Way
An animated video that goes over consent and setting boundaries in youth dating relationships.
Leading with Abundance: Transformative Justice as a Framework for Change
A recording of WomenatthecentrE’s 3-part virtual event discussing Transformative Justice as a framework for change.
Indigenous Women Land Defenders: Canadian State Violence and Forced Removals – CSW66 Parallel Event
This is the video of a panel discussion on Indigenous women land defenders in Canada and the efforts of these Indigenous women to protect Indigenous rights and Indigenous territories from state violence, dispossession, and environmental degradation.
Indigenous Perspectives of Healing From PTSD
Indigenous nations have a strong resource in ancestral law for providing perspective, understanding through teachings and a pathway for healing. The session speaks to a place where ancestral law and mental health hold great potential.