Raising awareness about violence against women BY KERRY BENJOE, LEADER-POST AUGUST 13, 2014 The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Native Women’s Association of Canada, and the Assembly of First Nations have partnered on a national poster campaign to help raise awareness about preventing family violence and missing persons. The three posters were created to support increased […]
Join us on September 18th for a roundtable and discussion on the proposed changes to Canada’s prostitution legislation. Join the Facebook event here.
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2014 National Conference Integrated Approaches to Intimate Partner Violence: Learning & Innovating Together www.unb.ca/conferences/mmfc2014 October 20-22, 2014 Wu Conference Centre, UNB The Canadian Observatory on the Justice System Response to Intimate Partner Violence, in partnership with the Muriel McQueen Fergusson Centre (MMFC), the New Brunswick Department of Public Safety and the Crime Prevention Association of […]
The Lancet, Volume 384, Issue 9939, Page 229, 19 July 2014 Susan Rees & Derrick Silove In the UK and Australia, more than a quarter of women are exposed to intimate partner violence at some time in their lives.1, 2Yet in spite of this ongoing public health crisis, funding for community-based domestic violence services is in serious jeopardy. […]
(30 min) ‘WorkplaceRights & Responsibilities: Accommodation Basics’ is offered the following dates: Sept 4th: 1:30-2:00 (session 1) Regina – Wascana Rehabilitation Centre Auditorium 2:15-2:45 (session 2) Regina – Wascana Rehabilitation Centre Auditorium Sept 9th: 1:30-2:00 (session 1) Regina – Wascana Rehabilitation Centre Auditorium 2:15-2:45 (session 2) Regina – Wascana Rehabilitation Centre Auditorium Everyone welcome. […]