The Learning Network

Mobilizing knowledge to end gender-based violence

The Learning Network is a valuable source of evidence-informed resources for individuals, service providers, and organizations working to end violence against women and other forms of gender-based violence (GBV).

                            

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Unravelling the Complexities of Domestic Violence and Criminalization in Black Women’s Lives

This workshop identified trauma and violence informed frameworks that are both relevant and responsive to the intersecting realities in Black women’s lives. It offered strategies to help foster cross-sector and multi-disciplinary collaborations to expand and enhance initiatives and institutional responses to support Black women who are victimized and criminalized.

Gaslighting  in Intimate Relationships A Form of Coercive Control That You Need to Know More About

Gaslighting in Intimate Relationships: A Form of Coercive Control That You Need to Know More About

This resource describes gaslighting and what it can look like in the context of intimate partner violence (IPV), examines potential impacts on survivors, and offers strategies for survivors experiencing gaslighting.


Day After Day: Promoting Healthy Masculinities During the COVID-19 Pandemic

During this Resource Spotlight, White Ribbon spoke about the goals and impact of this campaign as well as about the intersections between gender-based violence, masculinities and the COVID 19 era. White Ribbon also shared useful tools and practices in the promotion of healthy masculinities.


Indigenous Perspectives of Healing From PTSD

Indigenous nations have a strong resource in ancestral law for providing perspective, understanding through teachings and a pathway for healing. The session speaks to a place where ancestral law and mental health hold great potential.


Issue 37: Children Experience Coercive Control: What You Need To Know

Issue 37: Children Experience Coercive Control: What You Need To Know

This Issue examines some of the actions and impacts that may shape how children experience coercive control by a parent, and how a more holistic view of these processes can help us to support survivors.


We Have the Courage to Act: A National Collaboration To Address and Prevent Gender-Based Violence at Post-Secondary Institutions in Canada

In this Resource Spotlight, presenters shared the work of Courage to Act, a multi-year national initiative to address and prevent GBV at PSIs in Canada.