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Dates: February 22 – 24, 2023
Location: Taylor Institute of the University of Calgary* and Online
Free to attend.


A conference that focuses on effective, respectful practice in the field of domestic violence by centering the work on the safety and dignity of children and youth.


Who should attend?

Professionals working with victims, people who use abuse, children, youth, and families in domestic violence, including: counsellors, advocates, social workers, police, legal and justice professionals.


What will you learn?

  • Dignity-centered practice
  • A framework for violence intervention
  • Honouring resistance
  • How to analyze and use language to help clients
  • Creating positive social responses
  • Working with people who use abuse
  • Decolonizing and indigenous community work in issues of violence


For more information, list of speakers, and to register: Click Here

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1 in 2 Canadian women will experience at least one incident of physical or sexualized violence.

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