Resetting Normal is a series of reports that explore risks to human rights exposed by the pandemic and propose new ways to build a gender equal Canada in pandemic recovery efforts.
Family violence can trap its victims, disproportionately women, in a web of social, legal, political and interpersonal realities which can be challenging for the legal system to address.
In Plain Sight: Addressing Indigenous-specific Racism and Discrimination in B.C. Health Care describes a major problem of Indigenous-specific racism in the B.C. health care system.
The COVID-19 BC Gender Equality Report Card evaluates the provincial government’s pandemic response in six issue areas.
This snapshot offers some insight into the realities of Women’s Transition Housing and Supports Programs (referred to as Transition Housing Programs throughout this report) in BC.