Examining the Nature & Context of IPV in the 2SLGBTQ+ Community
The purpose of this research was to examine the nature and context of intimate partner violence (IPV) within the 2SLGBTQ+ communities across the prairie provinces. In doing so, this research aimed to garner a comprehensive understanding of the service responses toward the issue and the possible barriers that might exist in relation to accessing these services. The project involved researchers from RESOLVE Centres in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. RESOLVE SK conducted this research in partnership with OUTSaskatoon.
Men and IPV
The Multi-Faces of IPV Across the Prairie Provinces: Men as Victims
This study was the result of a special call-out by the Prairieaction Foundation for tri-provincial research to examine men as victims of intimate partner violence (IPV) across the prairies. The project was initiated by The Laurel Centre in Winnipeg and involved researchers from RESOLVE Centres in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta.