News from Springtide Resources
Springtide Resources, formerly known as Education Wife Assault (EWA), promotes healthy and equal relationships by engaging diverse communities in shared educational strategies designed to prevent violence against women and the effect it has on children.More information
Springtide Resources offers e-learnings designed for frontline workers by Pamela Cross, a lawyer with expertise on legal issues related to violence against women.
Springtide Resources seeks your input to determine what types of training would enhance your work with immigrant, refugee, newcomer, and non-status people by filling out their survey.
Springtide Resources seeks your input on their survey to determine what types of training would enhance your work with immigrant, refugee, newcomer, and non-status people.
Springtide Resources and Luke’s Place offers new e-learning opportunities for frontline workers who support woman abuse survivors and their children through the family court process.
This is self-directed online training which consists of eight modules. It covers safety strategies for the court setting, writing affidavits, court documents and procedures, working effectively with lawyers and court officials, and safety and access issues to anticipate when the court process is over.
Date February 2, 2012
Time 10 a.m.
This webinar looks at how to present evidence about abuse in family court proceedings.
Online course: Love, Sex, Violence and Crime: An overview of Criminal Law and Violence Against Women
This is a 4-module, completely self-directed online course for front line workers in the Violence Against Women sector. Registration opens November 30.
After She Leaves is online training for those supporting survivors through the family court process.
Date January 27, 2011
Time 5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Where 215 Spadina Avenue, 4th Floor Innovation Lab (north of Queen St.)
This is an information session about Building Bridges Across Barriers, which is training on violence against women, community development, and anti-oppression.
Date October 25, 2010 to November 28, 2010
Springtide Resources announces the first session of a 5-week moderated online course targeted at anyone who provides direct service to women who may disclose a history of physical or sexual violence or criminal harassment.
Date January 17, 2011 to February 20, 2011
Springtide Resources announces the second session of a 5-week moderated online course targeted at anyone who provides direct service to women who may disclose a history of physical or sexual violence or criminal harassment.
The Young Women's Program at Springtide Resources has produced the first edition of Jasmin Magazine, an online magazine produced by and for young Palestinian women.
Springtide Resources has released a summary of Ontario Bill 133, which, if passed, will enact major changes to restraining order legislation and other areas of family law.
Springtide Resources has announced a three-year project to build community capacity to implement a range of culturally and linguistically appropriate responses to violence against women.
Springtide Resources (formerly Education Wife Assault) is looking for peer educators to join their Immigrant and Refugee Women's Program.
Developed in partnership with the Family Service Association of Toronto, a project called Breaking New Ground promotes awareness about violence against women living with intellectual disabilities.