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An Online Resource Library on Gender-Based Violence.

How can we harness the power of our own trauma histories to build truly intersectional and intergenerational approaches to this work?

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Published Date
February, 2018
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The process of remembering what we have endured as children, young adults and in adulthood assists us in creating the intergenerational space needed to end violence, but only when we bring our whole selves to the work in an authentic way. In NRCDV's February 2018 TA Question of the month, guest writer Annika Leonard explores what it means to truly bring our histories of trauma and oppression to the work.

See more TAQs on the VAWnet News Blog.