Learning Network: Education, Research & Resources on Gender Based Violence

Learning Network: Education, Research & Resources on Gender Based Violence

Featured Resource:

Issue 15: Intersectionality

The Learning Network’s provincial Resource Group identified the need for a newsletter on intersectionality. Informed by discussions with key stakeholders, we make this important and complex framework easier to understand.  We define the core components of an intersectional approach and present ideas and resources to enhance your efforts to bring intersectionality into practice, education, policy/program design, evaluation, and research.
Access the Newsletter here

We also want to learn how you use intersectionality in your work.  Please let us know at vawln@uwo.ca

Finally, we invite you to complete this brief evaluation survey. Your input helps us to develop future resources that are relevant to you.

You can access the newsletter in the following formats:
Printable PDF Version
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Webpage Version


 

What's New

11.11.2015

We had the opportunity to work with Western's Housing Department, Rez Life Western, to develop this

10.07.2015

We had the opportunity to work with Western's Housing Department, Rez Life Western, to develop a video on consent aimed at reaching incoming and

09.09.2015

Please register for the webinar(s) that you would like to attend:

Cycling through Consent!

We had the opportunity to work with Western's Housing Department, Rez Life Western, to develop borh a video and poster on consent aimed at reaching incoming and current Western students. 

We really enjoyed the process and are thrilled with the resulting video "Cycling through Consent" and poster "Sexual Consent Is Essential".

Click here to watch the video on YouTube