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The Learning Network is a valuable source of evidence-informed resources for individuals, service providers, and organizations working to end violence against women and other forms of gender-based violence (GBV).

                            

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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.


Issue 37: Children Experience Coercive Control: What You Need To Know

Issue 37: Children Experience Coercive Control: What You Need To Know

This Issue examines some of the actions and impacts that may shape how children experience coercive control by a parent, and how a more holistic view of these processes can help us to support survivors.


We Have the Courage to Act: A National Collaboration To Address and Prevent Gender-Based Violence at Post-Secondary Institutions in Canada

In this Resource Spotlight, presenters shared the work of Courage to Act, a multi-year national initiative to address and prevent GBV at PSIs in Canada.


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Forum recordings now available

The Forum brought together culturally and gender-diverse survivor, student, and advocate perspectives on current realities related to gender-based sexual violence and oppressions on Canadian campuses.


Tensions of 2SLGBTQIA+ Structural Inclusion Within the Gender-Based Violence Sector

In this Resource Spotlight, presenters expanded on some of these questions and shared their thoughts from their joint editorial, "Building the Table: Discussing Tensions of 2SLGBTQIA+ Structural Inclusion Within the Gender-Based Violence Sector."


Discussing Tensions of 2SLGBTQIA+ Structural Inclusion Within the GBV Sector

Building the Table: Discussing Tensions of 2SLGBTQIA+ Structural Inclusion Within the GBV Sector

In this guest editorial, the authors discuss historical and contemporary tensions, explore how a gender binary or cisgender heteronormative victim-perpetrator archetype frame current practices and GBV prevention, and challenge us to think about “building a new table."