Links & Resources

Links & Resources2019-12-06T21:22:37+00:00

DASO publications
Spring 2019 Newsletter
2017/2018 Annual Report
Believe in Me Brochure

OAITH (Ontario Association of Interval and Transition Houses) Publications and Reports:

30 Years After December 6, 1989
2019 Femicide Report – Understanding the Numbers

The website for the Assaulted Women’s Helpline (1-866-863-0511) offers information and resources for victims of physical and sexual assault.
Website of the Ontario Association of Interval and Transition Houses.
The clickable map is a fast resource to connect women in Canada with the nearest shelter  that can offer safety, hope and support.
Women’s eNews is a nonprofit news service covering issues of particular concern to women and providing women’s perspectives on public policy.
A site that promotes women’s rights and freedoms in Canada and around the world and recognizes and celebrates women’s diversity.
The website of the Canadian Council of Muslim Women.
The website of the Metis National Council of Women.
Official website of the White Ribbon Campaign.
A site for French-speaking women who have experienced gender-based violence.
International directory of domestic violence agencies
Information to help people understand and exercise their legal rights.
Step-by-step information on everyday legal problems experienced by people in Ontario.
Legal Aid Ontario.
Kids Help Phone website.
Information and services for Francophone women.
A 24/7 information, support and crisis service for people in London, Middlesex, Oxford and Elgin Counties living with mental health or addiction concerns – as well as their families, caregivers and health care providers.
Online Guide to Women’s Safety Online

Other resources
Gender Equality in Canada Published by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

CallItFemicide: Understanding gender-related killings of women and girls in Canada, 2018

Neighours, Friends and Family videos:

Walking Together: Ontario’s Long-Term Strategy to End Violence Against Indigenous Women (English)

Walking Together: Ontario’s Long-Term Strategy to End Violence Against Indigenous Women (French)