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Intimate Partner Violence in Canada, 2018: An Overview

Canadian Centre for Justice and Community Safety Statistics I Adam Cotter 

This resource highlights that women disproportionately experience the most severe forms of IPV, such as being choked, being assaulted or threatened with a weapon, or being sexually assaulted. Additionally, women are more likely to experience more frequent instances of violence and more often report injury and negative physical and emotional consequences as a result of the violence.

Language(s): English
Year(s) Published: 2021
Accessibility Format(s): Machine-Readable Text
Type of Resource: Reports

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