Welcome to the Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Settlement Sector Strategy Project.
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Our project is dedicated to raising awareness about Gender-Based Violence and to offer tools and resources for the settlement sector in collaboration with the anti-violence sector.
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GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE SETTLEMENT STRATEGY PROJECT
The Gender-Based Violence Settlement Strategy is a national partnership that works collaboratively to build capacity and networks to better support newcomers, immigrants and refugees through research, creating tools and resources and sharing best practices.
November 19, 2023
Le Centre Sheraton Hotel, Montreal
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.
For more information about the event, click the pdf link
Environmental Scan Literature Review
This Environmental Scan is a supplementary review that outlines key developments and publications relating to both the settlement and anti-violence sectors from January 2020 to March 2022.
For more information, click the pdf link
We are excited to be advancing into the next phase of the project in 2022-2026 and to continue building the capacity of both sectors to better support newcomers, immigrants and refugees through a coordinated, comprehensive approach. Working collaboratively across Canada is a strategic way to make change happen
For more information, see the Organizational Framework page
Project Developed Resources
LET'S STAY CONNECTED
We will be hosting discussions and sharing resources through SettleNet. You are invited to join the conversation in the Gender-Based Violence Settlement Sector Strategy Collaboration Across Canada group - a National online Community of Practice for the Settlement Sector where you can ask questions, engage in discussion and search for resources that serve your professional development needs.