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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Intersecting Oppressions Shape Experiences of IPV Faced by Women with Disabilities

This infographic shares how an intersectional approach to intimate partner violence (IPV) against women with disabilities requires exploring the ways sexism and ableism interact with further forms of oppression like colonialism and heteronormativity. 


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Legal Advocacy to End Discrimination Against Women with Disabilities

This webinar brought together representatives from DisAbled Women’s Network of Canada (DAWN Canada), ARCH Disability Law Centre, and Women's Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF) to discuss their ongoing legal advocacy regarding gender-based violence against women with disabilities.


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Examining the Intersections of Anti-Asian Racism and Gender-Based Violence in Canada

This Backgrounder seeks to contribute to the broader understanding of anti-Asian racism and gender-based violence in Canada.

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The Neuroscience of Resilience: How Brain Development Affects Learning, Health, and Social Outcomes Across the Lifespan

In this webinar recording, you will learn how brains are built: what kind of experiences promote healthy brain architecture, what kind of experiences derail it, and how these experiences get "under our skins" to affect learning, health, and social outcomes.


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Economic Abuse: Coercive Control Tactics in Intimate Relationships

This infographic explores 3 forms of economic abuse and associated tactics used to coercively control intimate partners.

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Finding a better way: Strengths-based trauma-informed practice

Dr. JoLee Sasakamoose discussed how the Indigenous Cultural Responsiveness Framework was developed, why it is needed to help restore Indigenous wellness in Western society, and its implementation in various projects in this webinar recording .