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E- learning Presentations on Technology and Woman Abuse
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This presenation looks at the changing nature of anti-violence work given the development of new communication technology. It highlights both the risks and the benefits to women who have experienced violence and suggests some safety strategies in relation to cordless and cell phones. Time: Approximately 25 minutes
The information in this presentation focuses on wireless networks…
This a free training designed for VAW (violence against women) front-line workers exploring the issue of risk assessment and safety planning and reviewing the associated tools. The workshop will support knowledge and skill building that focuses on providing services in a feminist, anti-oppressive framework.
To access the e-learning click on the "training" button located in the left hand menu on the home page.
Demand more funding for Sisters in Spirit research and advocacy
The federal government refuses to continue research funding for Sisters in Spirit, which documents the murder and disappearance of Aboriginal women in Canada. A recent announcement of $10 million for work on the issue is also disgracefully small and raises serious concerns for the Native Women's Association of Canada and women's equality groups across the country. Find out what you can do at our Action! page.
Oppose proposed law to blame and punish asylum seekers
Bill C-49, the new so-called federal "anti-human smuggling" law endangers women refugees, their children and women trafficked into Canada. It blames the victims and calls for them to be jailed for up to a year, among other punishments. Women and children fleeing violence have to use any means of escape. Others are trafficked…
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