Research & Reports
Violence Prevention Grey Bruce has conducted many community based research projects over the last 20+ years. Some of that research included:
We’ve posted the available reports here for reference.
You can also find important resources through other Violence Against Women Community Coordinating Committees.
The London Coordinating Committee to End Woman Abuse (LCCEWA) has a particularly good set of resources on their website here.
VPGB has recorded some presentations for use in classrooms and home schooling.
We’re hosting a contest for middle and high school students to create and share content about healthy and unhealthy relationships. Contest closes January 17th.
VPGB prepared a 2018 snapshot of violence and social insecurity to inspire conversations in our communities.
This Protocol outlines what happens when services and providers respond to sexual and domestic violence. It is designed to help service providers work together effectively and for the public to have a clearer understanding of how services and providers respond to sexual and domestic assault situations.
In 2017 and 2018, VPGB conducted research about sexual violence prevention in our communities. Read the findings here and join the conversation.
NEW DATE for Community Forum ONLINE Nov 25 & 26 The Human Trafficking committee formed in early 2018 to examine and respond…
In November 2017, the Men’s Program and its Advisory Committee offered a one-day forum called Know Me(n) Better at the Bayshore Community…
Grey Bruce Elder Abuse Prevention (formerly known as the Seniors Safety Network) In 2015 concerned citizens and service providers came together looking…
Violence Prevention Grey Bruce has conducted many community based research projects over the years. View historic reports here.
In June of 2014 Violence Prevention Grey Bruce struck a sub committee to work with the community on sexual violence prevention in…
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