Violence in the NWT: Students Speaking Out
It is my pleasure to introduce a video produced by researchers and students at North Slave/Yellowknife Campus, Aurora College. The video is a product of three days of workshops with students from a variety of programs about a recent study entitled “Rural and Northern Community Response to Intimate Partner Violence.” Key messages explicated from the research are highlighted and addressed in the video in a knowledge translation exercise to combat the normalization and desensitization of violence that is occurring in the NWT.
Rural and Northern Community Response to Intimate Partner Violence
NWT Research Report
This report shares the findings from a study about intimate partner violence in the NWT that was conducted from 2011 to 2017. We acknowledge the five year funding (2011 to 2016) with an additional year of extension from the Social Science and Humanities Research Council, Community/University Research Alliance. We appreciate the support and guidance from Dr. Mary Hampton, Luther College/University of Regina, the Principal Investigator, and our large research team with members from across the three Prairie Provinces and the NWT, along with student research assistants from Aurora College. Findings from this study are integrated into a grounded theory called “Our Hands are Tied” and an action plan for the territory entitled “Moving Forward”. For further information or to make comments please contact:
Dr. Pertice Moffitt, NWT Academic Lead, and Co-Investigator: email@example.com
Heather Fikowski, Co-Investigator: firstname.lastname@example.org