RESOLVE Saskatchewan

RESOLVE is a prairie-based research network that coordinates and supports research aimed at ending violence, especially violence involving girls and women. RESOLVE creates partnerships among service agencies, government departments and universities across the prairie provinces with offices in Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

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Upcoming Events

Placing Yourself in Relational Context

Developed with Indigenous helping professionals, this program is designed to help you create a safe space within your practice for Indigenous clients, families, and communities. 

During this immersive retreat, you will engage in applied learning that will challenge you to explore how your own experiences, social context, and personal histories influence your practice as a mental health professional. 

This program is the first in a series of professional development offerings for mental health professionals to develop Indigenous intercultural skills.

For more information, click here

Survivor-Led in Practice: Supporting Intersectional Expertise and Leadership in the GBV Sector

This Learning Network Virtual Forum aims to bring together service providers, organizational leaders, and community advocates to reflect on what it means to be survivor-led in practice and share ways to equitably support GBV survivor leadership and advocacy by and for those most impacted by violence. Participants will learn about ways to support survivor-led opportunities and collaboration that affirms intersectional principles of safety and healing. Leading examples of survivor-led initiatives across Canada will also be highlighted.

Presentations will take place online on Tuesday February 6 from 1:00 to 3:30 pm ET. For more information, including registration, click here.

Reproductive Coercion Strategies in Intimate and Family Contexts: Experiences of Those Who Have Endured Them

This webinar focuses on reproductive coercion and is based on the findings of a doctoral thesis conducted within the Research Laboratory on Reproductive Health and Violence led by Sylvie Lévesque (UQAM). It will present key definitions, the contexts in which reproductive coercion occurs, and how victims perceive the issue and the best ways to prevent it.

This webinar will take place on Tuesday February 27 from 1:00 to 2:30 pm ET. For more information, including registration, click here.

Have you listened to the RESOLVing Violence Podcast yet?

The province of Saskatchewan is home to a vibrant research community and hundreds of organizations and service providers working to prevent, respond to, and assist with recovery from violence and abuse.

Through this podcast, we hope to facilitate that transfer of knowledge from the research community to these applied stakeholders and people with lived experience, to make staying up to date on current research that much more accessible and efficient.

Find a way to listen!


Resources in Saskatchewan and Canada wide