Learning Network

Mobilizing knowledge to end gender-based violence

The Learning Network (LN) 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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Learning Network Special Event: Lessons from a Rural Inquest

In this resource, panelists from the Learning Network Special Event: Lessons from a Rural Inquest share responses to additional questions from participants to provide further clarity about the Inquest including recommendations, advocacy, and implications for the gender-based violence sector.


Intentionally Marginalized Communities: The Violence We See in Relationships, Families and Systems in Canada

Several contributors and the editors of the recently published third edition of Cruel But Not Unusual: Violence in Families in Canada explore the concept of intentionally marginalized communities in relation to their work and experiences with Black communities, non-status, refugee, and immigrant women, and children and youth in care.


Living with Coercive Control: Youth Perspectives

In this Webinar, you learn from the voices of three youth advocates as they describe their experiences with coercive control and abuse, and their subsequent experiences in the justice and service provision systems. Panelists offer recommendations for how service providers and the justice system can better support youth, respect their rights, and acknowledge them as whole persons.


Support Rainbow Seniors! 3 Things for Service Providers to Know

This infographic shares three concrete actions that service providers can take to support Rainbow Seniors who are part of the 2SLGBTQI+ community. This infographic was made in partnership with leZlie lee kam.


Moose Hide Campaign Talks Indigenous Masculinity!

Gain insight on Indigenous masculinity with 5 actionable tools to get you mobilized within your family, community, and across Turtle Island! This session explores the intersectional nature of Indigenous masculinity. Building healthier masculinities is a important step in standing up against violence towards women and children.


Not Optional! 4 Building Blocks for Collaboration Between Local Governments and Community Organizations to End GBV

This Learning Network and Federation of Canadian Municipalities infographic is part two of a two-part series on collaboration between local governments and community organizations to end gender-based violence. This infographic shares 4 building blocks necessary for successful collaboration and provides actionable tips to support partnerships.