Breaking the Links between poverty and violence against women: A resource guide
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- Public Health Agency of Canada
This Resource Guide is dedicated to all women who find the courage to make change
Researched and written by: Jane Gurr, Michelle Pajot, David Nobbs, Louise Mailloux, Diane Archambault
Également en français sous le titre: Défaire les liens entre la pauvreté et la violence faite aux femmes: un guide de ressources
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The opinions expressed in this document do not necessarily reflect the views of the Stop Family Violence, Public Health Agency of Canada.
Canada. Stop Family Violence. Breaking the Links Between Poverty and Violence Against Women. Prepared by Jane Gurr, Michelle Pajot, David Nobbs, Louise Mailloux and Diane Archambault. Ottawa: Public Health Agency of Canada, 2008.
This publication is available from:
Stop Family Violence
Family Violence Prevention Unit
Public Health Agency of Canada
(Address Locator: 1909D)
9th Floor, Jeanne Mance Bldg., Tunney's Pasture
200 Eglantine Driveway
Ottawa, ON K1A 0K9
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Catalogue No. HP20-14/2008E-PDF ISBN: 978-1-100-12966-2
- The Reality Of Poverty And Violence
- Working With Women Living In Poverty On Violence Issues
- Strategies And Initiatives
- Fact Sheets
- Recommended Resources
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