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Gender-Based Violence Forum NovemberNov 19 2023 12:00am - 12:00am America/TorontoLe Centre Sheraton Hotel, Montreal, Canada

On the afternoon of Sunday November 19 from 12:30 PM to 5:00 PM (lunch will be included), the Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Strategy Project is hosting a forum about GBV responses in agencies when working with newcomers, immigrants, and refugees using a trauma-informed and survivor centred approach. The research that informed the strategy prioritized:

Increasing coordination between the settlement and anti-violence sector
Challenging victim-blaming attitudes and beliefs
Ensuring more information and resources are provided to newcomers, immigrants and refugees
Phase two of the strategy, currently in progress, is about knowledge mobilization, engaging more stakeholders and agencies, and creating safer spaces across Canada. Come and join the conversation!

This project is a collaborative partnership between:

CISSA-ACSEI, The Canadian Immigrant Settlement Sector Alliance | Alliance canadienne du secteur de l’établissement des immigrants
EVA CANADA, Ending Violence Association of Canada | L’Association canadienne contre la violence
OCASI, Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants
YMCA of Greater Halifax/Dartmouth-Immigrant Services

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Le Centre Sheraton Hotel, Montreal, Canada


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This virtual space is designed to help us connect across the land that we are currently calling Canada. Our members are standing on different parts of this land that many Indigenous peoples have been taking care of for millennia before settlers arrived. We acknowledge the injustices that have been committed in the past and the harms that continue. We are committed to learning, sharing knowledge, and working towards a just future through building respectful relationships between established or recent settlers and the first nations of what we now call Canada. For learning more about native land: