Learning and Knowledge Exchanges
I’m Just Not Feeling It Right Now
This whiteboard animated video was written and voiced by PREVNet’s National Youth Advisory Committee to help start difficult conversations about dating scenarios that young people can find themselves in.
Webinar – A People’s Tribunal: Every Woman’s Right to Speak Free from Online Hate
The epidemic of online hate is silencing important voices. Women, especially those with intersectional identities, are subjected to unprecedented harassment and abuse online. This Tribunal makes clear the urgency of our right to speak free from online hate.
Intersections of Fatphobia & Gender-Based Violence
This video is the live recording of WomenatthecentrE’s webinar discussing the intersectionality of fat phobia and gender-based violence.
Inclusive Prevention Practice – Incorporating Equity Literacy into Adolescent Dating Violence Prevention
A webinar that reviews how to incorporate equity literacy and inclusivity into the prevention of teen dating violence.
In Conversation: Reproductive Injustice in Canadian Federal Prisons for Women
This video details how federal incarceration impedes reproductive justice by restricting access to health services and by destroying family connections for incarcerated survivors.
Looking Within: Anti-Black Racism and the Gender-Based Violence Sector in Canada
This Forum is a series of dialogues about complicity and accountability in the gender based violence sector on issues of anti-Black racism.
Indigenous Cultural Safety (ICS) Learning Series
A series of over 12 webinars that provides an opportunity to share knowledge, experiences, and perspectives in support of collective efforts to strengthen Indigenous cultural safety across sectors.
Leading Transformative Changes as Acts of Resistance
On International Women’s Day 2021, Feminists Deliver celebrated movements and community building with a webinar where they asked “How can more of us contribute towards systemic and transformative changes to ultimately abolish white supremacy, patriarchy, and capitalism?”