The Gender-Based Violence Knowledge Centre (KC) is the focal point of the Gender-Based Violence Strategy. The KC is responsible for coordination, data and research, reporting, and knowledge mobilization.
For interested individuals, organizations, and communities to access timely, relevant information and evidence, the KC compiles resources and research into a single platform. The KC also provides a searchable database, which brings together existing data and evidence on GBV-related content.
The KC will continue to evolve and expand in the coming weeks and months, and will include more varied sources of information, and tailored knowledge mobilization tools.
What is gender-based violence? Learn about who it affects and how it’s defined, with statistics, Fact Sheets, and more.
What is the GBV Strategy and who is involved? Read more about the funding breakdown and governance of the Strategy.
Want information on current and past federal funding opportunities? Learn what projects have been funded and about any possible open calls.
Projects funded by the Government of Canada, to prevent and address GBV.
Can’t find what you’re looking for? Search through our list of over 100 resources from across the federal government that address GBV.
A geographical list of some of the Provincial and Territorial initiatives, related to GBV.
A list of pan-Canadian information and resources for those affected by gender-based violence (GBV).
Here you will find some initial Q & As on the KC, with more to follow in the coming months on various topics related to GBV
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