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Stronger Than You Think Webinar Series on Economic Abuse in the Settlement Sector. JulyJul 09 2024 02:00pm - 04:00pm America/Toronto

The InterLIP Women Against Violence Action Group (WAVAG) invites you to our next event in our Stronger Than You Think Webinar Series on Economic Abuse in the Settlement Sector.
Join us for an eye-opening online event where we delve into the topic of economic abuse in the context of the settlement sector. On Tuesday, July 9th, 2024 from 2:00 PM until 4:00 PM, we are inviting the director for The Canadian Centre for Women's Empowerment, Michaela Mayer, to shed light on this often overlooked form of abuse and provide valuable insights on the first Canadian Economic Abuse Screening Tool (EAST).
The Economic Abuse Screening Tool (EAST) has been developed to assist social service providers, particularly shelter staff, in identifying and addressing instances of economic abuse experienced by their clients. EAST equips these providers with the information and skills necessary to assess the scope and nature of economic abuse, and provides them with a range of resources to help victim-survivors access critical economic resources. We will be discussing its application within the context of the settlement sector.

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