Race, Gendered Violence and the Rights of Women with Precarious Status
The self-directed course will run between:
November 21, 2022 - December 19, 2022
This 4-module course is developed to help front-line practitioners learn about how to better understand and meet the unique needs of women with precarious immigration status, who are facing gender-based violence.
Course Learning Objectives:
Use trauma-informed and anti-oppression frameworks when supporting survivors with precarious immigration status.
Present strategies for assisting and referring racialized women with precarious immigration status.
Practice supporting survivors in navigating the eligibility requirements for benefits and social services based on their immigration status.
Understand the broader legislative context of service provision, including the role of Access Without Fear policies and privacy legislation in supporting survivors with precarious immigration status.
How to register:
To Register: click here https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/race-gendered-violence-and-rights-of-women-w...
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, November 16, 2022
If you have any questions or for more information, please contact
Maggie To at email@example.com
*Course is offered over a 5 week period, to allow participants enough time to complete and receive a certificate.