Trajetvi & FemAnVi Conference at the 87th ACFAS Congress

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Organized in partnership with Trajetvi, FemAnVi is proud to invite you to the conference : Violence faites aux femmes : recherches et pratiques féministes. The conference will take place on May 27 and 28, 2019 as part of the 87th ACFAS Congress at the Université du Québec en Outaouais (283 Alexandre-Taché boul., Gatineau, QC).

Click here for the complete program (in French only).

For more information about the Congress and to register, please visit the ACFAS website.

 

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SAVE THE DATE : Coercive Control Conference in Ottawa

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The Feminist Anti-Violence Research Collective is happy to announce its conference entitled “Coercitive Control: Improving Responses to Domestic Violence“, which will be held at the University of Ottawa on April 17 and 18, 2019.
Keep an eye on your emails and our Facebook page for more details coming this January!

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Colloque Compétence parentale, garde des enfants, violence conjugale : comment évaluer le meilleur intérêt de l’enfant?

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Vous pouvez maintenant vous inscrire au colloque Compétence parentale, garde des enfants, violence conjugale : comment évaluer le meilleur intérêt de l’enfant? qui aura lieu le 16 mars 2018 à l’Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM).

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Feminist Networking

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FemAnVi’s 5th Feminist Networking event will be happening on February 8th 2018 at Café Nostalgica

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Jordan Ruling and Domestic Violence Panel

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FemAnVi invites you to Jordan Ruling and Domestic Violence : Legal Implications and Impacts for Women, a panel which will take place on October 10th, 2017 at the Social Sciences Building of the University of Ottawa, room 4004.
This panel will look at the impacts that the Jordan ruling has on women victim of domestic violence.

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FemAnVi Newsletter (FR)

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Our newsletter is now online! Click here to view it (in french only).

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Our Mailbox : Tutorial Video

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The FemAnVi Research Collective is happy to present Our Mailbox tutorial video.

To watch the video, click here.

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Feminist Networking

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Ottawa-Gatineau feminists and pro-feminists, FemAnVi invites you to a fourth edition of its Feminist Networking evening on Tuesday, June 27th 2017 at Gainsbourg (9 Aubry street, Gatineau (Vieux Hull), QC).
Come meet community members interested in social justice, activism and to the fight to end violence against women.

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Last chance to register to the #SepViolence conference!

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You have until April 5th, 2017 to register to the International Perspectives on Post-Separation Violence conference.

Click here for more details.

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Feminists at the Sugar Shack

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FemAnVi invites the feminists and pro-feminists of the community with a sweet tooth to join us as part of a dinner/evening at the Sugar Shack in Domaine de l’Ange-Gardien (1031 Pierre-Laporte street, L’Ange-Gardien, Quebec) on April 1, 2017.

Fee (includes meal): $21,50
Limited space: Please reserve your spot at info@femanvi.org before March 24, 2017.

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Child Custody in Cases of Domestic Violence: Women’s Experiences and the Logic of Services

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FemAnVi invites you to a presentation by Mariachiara Feresin entitled “Child Custody in Cases of Domestic Violence: Women’s Experiences and the Logic of Services” which will take place on March 16th 2017 from 11:30am to 1:00pm at the University of Ottawa (Social Sciences Building, room 4006).

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Feminist Networking

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Ottawa-Gatineau feminists and pro-feminists, FemAnVi invites you to a Feminist Networking evening Thursday, March 16th, 2017 at Lowertown Brewery (73 York street, Ottawa)
Come meet community members interested in social justice, activism and to the fight to end violence against women.

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International Women’s Day

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Until Women’s rights are fully respected, we will be mad, we will fight, we will disturb.
Happy International Women’s Day from the Feminist Anti-Violence Research Collective!

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Save the Date : FemAnVi Conference

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FemAnVi invites you to the conference International Perspectives on Post-Separation Violence, which will take place on April 11th and 12th, 2017 at the University of Ottawa.

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Sexual Violence and Rape Culture on Campuses – Part II

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As part of the 16 days of activism against gender violence, FemAnVi invites you to the conference entitled Sexual violence and rape culture on campuses: are policies part of the solution?. It follows a previous conference, which addressed the current situation on campuses in Ontario and Quebec.

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Feminist Networking

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Ottawa-Gatineau feminists and pro-feminists, FemAnVi invites you to the second edition of its Feminist Networking evening on November 25th 2016 at Gainsbourg (9 Aubry street, Gatineau, Quebec). A convivial evening to launch the 16 days of activism against gender violence!
Come meet community members interested in social justice, activism and in ending violence against women.

Mixed and free event.

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Ottawa-Gatineau feminists and pro-feminists, FemAnVi invites you to a Feminist Networking evening September 29th 2016 at Aux 4 Jeudis (44, Laval street, Gatineau).
Come meet community members interested in social justice, activism and to end violence against women.

RSVP : info@femanvi.org

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Call for Submission : “Journée d’échange sur les violences faites aux femmes”

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The feminist anti-violence research Collective (FemAnVi) is happy to invite college and university students, community members and researchers interested in the field of violence against women to present a communication at the “Journée d’échange sur les violences faites aux femmes”. This event, which aims to promote exchanges in an informal atmosphere and to nurture a collective reflection on violence against women, will be held at the University of Ottawa on Thursday, June 30, 2016.

Participants are invited to submit, individually or in groups, a communication on the following topics:

  • The manifestations of violence, including sexual violence, domestic violence, structural violence, etc.
  • The various contexts in which violence exerts itself
  • Survivors experiences
  • Interventions and actions to be privileged in the field of violence against women

Those interested in presenting a paper at the “Journée d’échange sur les violences faites aux femmes” should send a proposal for communications with a maximum length of 125 words before May 15, 2016 at the following email address : info @ femanvi.org.


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FemAnVi members funded by SSHRC!

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We are pleased to announce that some FemAnVi members have received a major SSHRC grant (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council) for a research on domestic violence and parental alienation.

Researchers: Simon Lapierre, Isabelle Côté, Dominique Damant, Elizabeth Sheehy, Louise Langevin, Corry Azzopardi, Petter Jaffe and Patrizia Romito.

Partners : Fédération des maisons d’hébergement pour femmes, Regroupement des maisons pour femmes victimes de violence conjugale, Action ontarienne contre la violence faite aux femmes and Barbra Schlifer Clinic.

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FemAnVi officially launch’s its WebSite!

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After months of consultations and hard work, FemAnVi is proud to present its very own WebSite. Feel free to browse through its content to learn more about our events, our publications, our projects and our members.

Please note that we are still adding content to our webpages. There will be more content forthcoming in the next two weeks.

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International Women’s Day

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FemAnVi would like to wish a happy International Women’s Day to all women from here and elsewhere! We particularly acknowledge the contribution of those who fight for a more just and equitable society for all.

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