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An Online Resource Library on Gender-Based Violence.

Centering Survivor Dignity: Applying the Wisdom of Social Movements to Address Health Needs (Part 4)

Event Date
Tuesday, June 25, 2024, 02:00PM

In recent years health and social service programs have prioritized addressing social needs-- such as personal safety, housing, food and income-- as a strategy to promote health and well-being. In addition to domestic violence advocacy services, survivors often seek resources to meet other social needs. In this 4-part webinar series, participants will learn from programs implementing strategies that promote economic justice, housing stability, food sovereignty, and harm reduction. Presenters will share their insights, experiences, and tools for addressing these issues on the ground and through policy-level strategies, with a focus on building more inclusive, equitable, and safe communities.

Webinar 4: Housing Justice for Indigenous Survivors

Date: Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Description: Historical and systemic injustices have led to housing instability and homelessness among Indigenous communities. Providing safe and culturally appropriate housing options ensures that survivors have the support and resources they need to heal and rebuild their lives free from violence, while also acknowledging and respecting their unique cultural identities and connections to land and community. Participants will hear from two Indigenous housing justice programs as they share their approaches to empowering survivors and creating safer spaces within their communities.

Event Contact Information

Event Contact Name
Futures Without Violence
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