PATHS is pleased to partner with RESOLVE to host this year’s Research Day! RESOLVE Research Day – October 18 & 19, 2018. To learn more click here. Download the poster here. See call for proposals. and registration.
New legislation granting 10 days of unpaid leave for survivors of IPV. Read more on this issue: CBC National Post CTV News Leader Post
On December 6, the Canadian Femicide Observatory for Justice and Accountability (CFOJA) was launched. The Observatory will begin to bring a visible and national focus on social and state responses to femicide in Canada. Download the Saskatchewan press release here. The website is femicideincanada.ca. You are invited to help raise awareness by connecting with the CFOJA via social media […]
Family Violence Prevention Conference – “Strengthening Our Families 3” – January 31st & February 1st, 2018 – St. Mary’s Cultural Centre, Yorkton, Sask.
Sexual Assault Services of Saskatchewan (SASS) is conducting surveys to gain a better understanding of the existing strengths and potential gaps in service provision as it relates to sexual violence across the province of Saskatchewan. The research findings will be presented to the Saskatchewan Sexual Violence Action Plan Advisory Committee. This committee will develop and implement a […]
The National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women – St. Paul’s Cathedral Hall, Regina December 6, 2017 6:30 p.m.
No Más II: Women from South Sudan and Canada on Healing and Peace – Satuday, December 2, 2017 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. (read more about the public event here)
Recycle your phone and support women in need with SaskTel’s Phones for a Fresh Start program. Read more media about this program at pathssk.org/media.
Download the Media Advisory here. More about this project here.
Make It Our Business Training: Regina– November 9, 2017- register here (read more about the MIOB program here) Make It Our Business Training: Saskatoon– November 14, 2017- register here (read more about the MIOB program here) Event Description: The economic impact of intimate partner violence in Canada is estimated at more than $7.4 Billion each year. Can the business community afford […]