By |2020-07-06T10:24:44-05:00July 6th, 2020|

"Transforming and moving organizations towards structural and systemic change is a process, and this is one small change that we hope will contribute to and build a foundation for a safer and more just future for gender-diverse communities, foster relationship building and strengthen intersectional feminist movements"- Learn More About OAITH's Statement here. Transition House Association of [...]

OAITH May 2020 Newsletter

By |2020-05-30T10:47:03-05:00May 30th, 2020|

Announcement from Justin Trudeau- additional funding for health, economic, and social support for Indigenous peoples and communities A funding announcement was made today by the Prime Minister which notes the following new funding/increasing funding to provide cricial support to Indigenous families and communities during the COVID-19 crisis: " $285.1 million to support the ongoing public [...]

“Her Brain Chose For Her” Neurobiology of Trauma Interactive Tool Now Available!

By |2020-04-02T16:20:44-05:00April 2nd, 2020|

A new training tool is now available to the public which provides a unique, interactive, arts-based learning experience to service providers across sectors which visualizes trauma informed approaches. "Her Brain Chose for Her" is now available in English and French as an online application and PDF download. Developed in collaboration with the Aging Without Violence [...]

OAITH December 2019 Newsletter

By |2019-12-30T12:36:25-05:00December 30th, 2019|

Annual Media Analysis on Femicide is Now Live on our Website.  To learn more about how Local, National and TV Sources did in 2019 when reporting on Femicide use our tool here  _____________________________________________________________________________ NEW COURSES MADE AVAILABLE IN 2019: Safety Planning and Risk Assessment When Working with Older Women Safety Planning and Risk Assessment When Working [...]

OAITH August 2019: Working on the Front Lines of Gender Injustice

By |2019-08-02T18:21:29-05:00August 2nd, 2019|

Aging Without Violence Project Provides Recommendations to Government on their Senior's Strategy  The Aging Without Violence Project recently submitted Key Recommendations to the Ministry for Seniors and Accessibility as part of the province wide consultation on Ontario's Seniors Strategy. Recommendations include: 1. Increase in accessible, affordable housing for older women 2. Improvement in access and livable increases [...]

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