Learn about the Government of Canada’s actions to end gender-based violence and find funding, resources and research on the topic.
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Learn about gender-based violence, who it affects and how it’s defined.
Find support for those affected by gender-based violence, including information on helplines, shelters and health services across the country.
Access a geographical list of some of the provincial and territorial resources related to gender-based violence.
Find out what actions the government is taking to address gender-based violence.
Learn about federal, provincial, territorial, and Indigenous collaboration to address gender-based violence, including the National Action Plan to End Gender-Based Violence.
Consult a list of research projects on gender-based violence funded by the Government of Canada.
Learn about the projects funded by the Government of Canada to address gender-based violence.
From November 25 to December 10, the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence are a time to both reflect on violence against women and to take action to end it.
Read stories from community-based organizations that are working to create a more equitable and inclusive Canada.
It’s not just locker room talk. It’s not just a bad day. “It’s Not Just” is a national campaign created to increase awareness of how gender-based violence (GBV) affects youth. Learn how GBV impacts youth and find resources to get help.
Learn more about the bilateral agreements with provinces and territories for implementation of the National Action Plan.
Read the National Action Plan to End Gender-Based Violence which lays out the vision for a Canada free of gender-based violence that supports victims, survivors, and their families, no matter where they live.
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