Preventing violence against women and girls (VAWG) remains one of the biggest issues of our time.
Intimate partner violence an ‘epidemic,’ federal government says in response to coroner’s inquest | The Globe & MailView
Yes, the incel community has a sexism problem, but we can do something about it | The ConversationView
The real costs of gender-based violence in Canada | The Globe & MailView
There's enough research on violence against women. We need action. | The Globe & MailView
Femicides on the rise as report indicates a woman or girl is killed every 48 hours in Canada | CTV NewsView
'Beyond the Locker Room' program tackles gender-based violence in the arena and out | CBC NewsView
What should Canada do about intimate partner violence? Five solutions from five survivors | The Globe & MailView
Canada’s shadow pandemic: Femicide | The ConversationView
Top Canadian women hockey players join fight in Hockey Canada investigation | City NewsView
‘This is a crisis’: Ontario police board wants femicide added to Criminal Code | The StarView
Daughter seeking systemic change at inquest into mother’s murder thinks ‘she’d be proud’ | CBC NewsView
We are addressing violence against women in Canada by:
Strengthening Violence Prevention
Engaging Men and Boys
Creating Gender Transformative Messaging
If not now, when?
Building a pan-Canadian approach
We are drawing on a long partnership with Our Watch, Australia’s national leader in gender transformative primary prevention of violence against women. Together, we are adapting and creating a Canadian approach by engaging with communicators, journalists, violence prevention organizations, and men’s groups. We are creating materials, manuals and messages that communicate gender transformative principles into primary prevention of violence against women and girls.
Mass Casualty Commission: Final ReportView
One Man Can (OMC)View
Draw the LineView
Who are you?View
Reporting on Rape and Sexual Violence: A media toolkit for local and national journalists to better media coverageView