Articles and reports that are referenced in the newsletter and/or that are specifically relevant on VAW issues are kept in this section.


Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW)

Adverse Childhood Experiences ACE - Childhood Abuse

UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples


2019 Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Reclaiming Power and Place v.1 / v.1b / Executive Summary

2019 More than a Bed: Women's Shelters Canada

2015 Truth and Reconciliation - Calls to Action 2015

2013 The Case for a National Action Plan on Violence Against Women - 2013

The Canadian Femicide Observatory for Justice and Accountability: #CallitFemicide Mid-Year Report 2018 September 2018

Born to Win - Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

Canadian Domestic Homicide Prevention Initiative


Mandatory Charging Report (Click here for French Version)

Aboriginal VAW Strategic Framework

Ce N'est Jamais Acceptable: Plan D'Action Pour Mettre Fin A La Violence Et Au Harcelement Sexuels

Intervening to Prevent Repeat Offending Among Moderate- to High-Risk Domestic Violence Offenders: A Second-Responder Program for Men

Select Committee on Sexual Violence & Harrassment - Final Report

Sexual Violence and Harassment Action Plan 2015

Ontario Domestic Violence Death Review Committee: Annual Reports

Centre for the Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children: The Learning Network

Presentation by Privacy Commission on sharing information at multi-sector tables (VAWCCs)


Can Work Be Safe When Home Isn't? Initial Findings of a Pan-Canadian Survey on Domestic Violence and the Workplace

Domestic Violence at Work: Investigating the Impact of DV Perpetrators on Workers and Workplaces


Paternal Filicide and Coercive Control: Reviewing The Evidence in Cotton v Berry
Lori Chambers, Deb Zweep & Nadia Verrelli


Articles and reports around Collective Impact:

Channeling Change: Making Collective Impact Work

Stanford Social Innovation Review article on Collective Impact

Ten Places Where Collective Impact Gets it Wrong

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