Podcast
Scott Neigh | Hirut Melaku and Rachel Zellers talk about the work of the Third Eye Collective, a group of Black women in Montreal developing transformative justice responses to sexual and gendered violence.
Podcast
Bringing stalking into the 'MeToo' conversation
Scott Neigh | Julie Lalonde talks about stalking, gendered violence, and the Outside of the Shadows project.
Blog
Attiya and Steve at the coffee shop.
Doreen Nicoll | "A Better Man" opens with Attiya meeting Steve for coffee 22 years after she literally ran for her life and never looked back.
Blog
Doreen Nicoll | In 2014 the Ontario government attempted to cut PAR program wait lists by decreasing the number of required sessions from 16 to 12.
Blog
Doreen Nicoll | Today is the official launch of the United Nation's Orange the World Campaign! People around the world are encouraged to orange their world in a show of support to end gendered violence.
Blog
Doreen Nicoll | Violence against women spans every age, income, level of education, nationality, race, ethnicity and country in the world. Farber, through her testimonial play, bears witness to this truth.
Blog
Brent Patterson | Chiefs of Ontario have launched the Who Is She campaign, a fundraising effort aimed at creating a First Nations-led, community-driven process to eradicate violence against Indigenous women and girls.
Podcast
GroundWire | This episode features stories on the Manitoba interlake struggle, Mountain Caribou penning projects, and U of T feminists' rally for safe workplaces.
Blog
Photo: Mo Ismailzai
various | We live in a moment where gendered violence is downplayed to such a degree that responses to it are met with incredulity or eye-rolling disdain.
Columnists
Hennessy's Index | Half of women in Canada have experienced at least one incident of physical or sexual violence since the age of 16. This IWD, Hennessy's Index presents the facts on gendered violence in Canada.
Columnists
Harsha Walia | How can we reimagine the dominant liberal framing of feminism? Embracing a multitude of feminisms can diversify our understandings of how oppression is experienced, as well as resisted.
Columnists
Harsha Walia | Harsha Walia hosted a roundtable with four Indigenous women leaders who have been taking action against colonial gendered violence for decades. Here is the second part of that conversation.