Uncover the tools, trends and strategies that will shape how we address and prevent GBV on campus. Our free professional development series features GBV experts and advocates from across Canada in conversation about urgent issues, promising practices, and the game-changing tools developed by Courage to Act’s national network.

National Skillshare Series: Courage to Act National Skillshare Series Keynote Speaker Melissa Mollen Dupuis

Presented by: Melissa Mollen Dupuis

National Skillshare Series: Working with People Who Have Caused Harm Community of Practice

Presented by: Lyndsay Anderson, Chris Avelar, Amanda Cook, Erin Hagan, Zanab Jafry, Greg Mather, Jesmen Mendoza, Carrie Rentschler, Kelly Rico, and Lindsay Robertson

National Skillshare Series: Towards a Justice that Heals Community of Practice

Presented by: Deborah Eerkes, Chris Hackett, Imre Juurlink, Leah Martin, Sam Pearson, Sarah Scanlon

National Skillshare Series: Complaints Processes Community of Practice

Presented by:  Dawn McDermott, Andrea Clark, Amie Kroes, Cassbreea Dewis, Diane Crocker, Irene Jansen, Laura Hoff, Lise Gotell, Karen Busby

National Skillshare Series: Courage to Act National Skillshare Series Launch with foreword by The Honourable Maryam Monsef (Minister for Women and Gender Equality and Rural Economic Development) and Keynote by Eternity Martis

Presented by: Parliamentary Secretary Gudie Hutchings, Author Eternity Martis, Project Co-Directors Farrah Khan and CJ Rowe, Student Leader Vatineh Magaji

Webinar: Courage to Act: An Introduction to the National Framework to Address and Prevent Gender-based Violence at Post-Secondary Institutions in Canada

Presented by: Farrah Khan, CJ Rowe and Robyn Bidgood