OCRCC Responds to: Moving Forward on a Strategy to Address Gender-Based Violence

We believe that a gender-based analysis of violence is critical to understanding how certain barriers impact different populations – women, men and diverse groups within these populations – differently.

OCRCC offered feedback to the Ministry of Community and Social Services and the Ministry of the Status of Women on the importance of an Ontario strategy to address gender-based violence.

Learn more about OCRCC’s take on gender-based violence here.

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