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Opportunities for Solidarity with the Criminal Justice System Against Intimate Partner Violence; Why we Need to and How We Can
This thesis attempts to understand where the opportunities are for solidarity with the criminal justice system in an attempt to uphold the resistance of women experiencing intimate partner violence in Canada. As a country ...
The Impact of Intimate Partner Violence on Immigrant Women’s Health
This study is aimed at exploring the literature regarding the incidence, nature, and impact of intimate partner violence (IPV) on women's health. I will explore the incidence, nature, and impact of IPV (IPV and violence ...
Adapting the Islands of Safety Model for LGBTQ2S+ Communities
The purpose of this study was to gain initial feedback from lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, two-spirit and other gender and sexual minority (LGBTQ2S+) counsellors, social workers and anti-violence workers on the ...
Intimate Partner Violence Among South Asian Women: Conceptualizing Culture, Building Resilience and Increasing Cultural Competency of Counsellors
Intimate partner violence (IPV) is an issue that impacts all nationalities, ethnicities and cultures, and is continuing to gain more acknowledgement the more IPV is openly addressed. The South Asian culture is built on ...