The Learning Network identifies research, promising practices and promotes effective public education and professional training materials on various topics connected to issues regarding violence against women and children.
The Learning Network strives to present resources, tools and information that address the intersectionality of violence against women and children. This intersectionality encompasses many factors including but not limited to race, culture, gender, ability, disability, physical and mental health, poverty, and addictions.
The Learning Network will be populated with resources and information over time.
- women with lived experience
- professional training/curriculum
- social marketing/public education campaigns
- children exposed to domestic violence
- engaging men & boys
- human trafficking
- partner violence in rainbow communities
- sexual harassment
- sexual violence
- technology-related violence
- violence against women with disAbilities & Deaf women
- violence against young women
- woman abuse
As the website grows, we will be organizing the information within each subject area into four or five thematic categories to facilitate simplicity of access to information (eg. national surveys, research/evaluation, prevention).
If you develop or discover a relevant resource, please let us know through the Contact Us Tab.