RESOLVE is a prairie-based research network that co-ordinates and supports research aimed at ending violence, especially violence involving girls and women. RESOLVE is committed to supporting research that leads to positive results. Our work seeks to uncover the causes of violence and map out effective strategies to prevent and alleviate that violence. With offices in […]
CBC News Story (January 19, 2016) can be found here. From the Media Release: Women’s shelter marks 40 year milestone On January 12th, 1976, Regina Transition House opened and offered for the first time in Regina, a safe refuge to women and children fleeing violence. Since then, over 14,000 women and children have come […]
As 2015 draws to a close, PATHS would like to extend our most sincere thanks to the agencies and individuals that enable us to do our work! Click here for the print version in the December PATHS News.
Click here to download the newest newsletter from Regina Transition House, one of our member agencies.
Webinar presented by: Barb MacQuarrie, B.A., Community Director, Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women & Children, Western University Date: Thursday, March 10th, 2016 Time: 10:00am to 11:00am EST Register here.
View the December issue of our newsletter here! In this issue, we write about our attendance at the 3rd World Conference of Women’s Shelters in The Netherlands in November. Past issues of the newsletter are all available here. To join our email list, please enter your information here.
Trauma informed practice is an important approach to providing support to people who have experienced trauma in their lives. Learn more about understanding and responding to trauma in this webinar hosted by the Ministry of Justice. In this session, Nancy Poole with the British Columbia Excellence for Women’s Health explains the principles of trauma informed […]
On December 3rd, in honour of International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Social Services Minister Donna Harpauer announced the priority areas that government will focus on as it begins work on Saskatchewan’s Disability Strategy. The six priority areas are taken directly from the Citizen Consultation Team’s (CCT) Final Report, People Before Systems: Transforming the Experience […]
Little Warriors is a national charitable organization based in Canada committed to the awareness, prevention, and treatment of child sexual abuse. The Prevent it! workshop was developed by researchers at the University of Alberta to teach adults about child sexual abuse. This workshop is unique in Canada and educates adults to TAKE ACTION through gaining […]