We are currently recruiting research participants for the following projects:
Responding to Women Who Experience Intimate Partner Violence in Rural Municipalities Across the Prairies
We would like female victims/survivors to participate in an interview (in-person or by phone). To be eligible to participate, an individual must:
- Be 18 years of age or older,
- Have experienced intimate partner violence (within the last 10 years),
- Have been living in a rural area during your experiences of violence, and
- No longer be living with your abusive/violent partner
Examining the Nature & Context of Intimate Partner Violence in 2SLGBTQ+ Communities
In partnership with Sagesse Domestic Violence Prevention Society, researchers at the University of Calgary are conducting a study to examine the nature and context of intimate partner violence within 2SLGBTQ+ communities. We are interested in talking to victims/survivors about their experiences seeking help and the barriers that existed in relation to accessing these services.
Criteria for participation includes the following:
- Over the age of 18 years
- Experienced violence in a domestic relationship within the last 10 years (2010-2020)
- Identification with the 2SLGBTQ+ community
- Currently in a safe situation free from violence
Accounting for Context: Understanding the Experiences of Racially and Ethnically Diverse Boys to Inform Gender Transformative Healthy Relationships...
Full Title: Accounting for Context: Understanding the Experiences of Racially and Ethnically Diverse Boys to Inform Gender Transformative Healthy Relationships Promotion Programming
By: Caroline Claussen
What front-line domestic violence workers know: An assessment of the level of general knowledge about mild traumatic brain injuries caused by...
Full Title: What front-line domestic violence workers know: An assessment of the level of general knowledge about mild traumatic brain injuries caused by domestic violence
By: Adriana Fernandez-Parra & Dr. Dawn McBride
Experiences of Albertan Families with Young Children during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Authors: Dr. Sheila McDonald, Dr. Sarah Edwards, Dr. Erin Hetherington, Dr. Nicole Racine, Melissa Mueller (MSc), Dr. Brae Anne McArthur, Dr. Sheri Madigan, Dr. Deborah Dewey, Dr. Gerald Geisbrecht, Dr. Nicole Letourneau, Dr. Suzanne Tough
The Multi-Faces of IPV Across the Prairie Provinces: Men as Victims
Current articles in the media related to RESOLVE's work and research.
Divorce Act update will help protect children...
Full article title: Divorce Act update will help protect children, mothers from violence and coercive control
Date: July 26th, 2021
‘This is my survivor love letter’: University campaign...
Full article title: ‘This is my survivor love letter’: University campaign aims to change the culture around sexual violence.
Date: May 27th, 2021.
New collaboration helps women escape domestic violence
Full article title: New collaboration helps women escape domestic violence
About: Social work researcher Lana Wells leads 'game-changing' Alberta project bringing together 300 community agencies and leading-edge big data company
Date: January 26th, 2021
Two UCalgary Nursing faculty announced as Fellows in...
Full Article Title: Two UCalgary Nursing faculty announced as Fellows in American Academy of Nursing
Date: August 12th, 2020
How Twitch viewers helped police narrow down the location...
Full Article Title: How Twitch viewers helped police narrow down location of possible child abuser in just hours
(January 17th, 2020)
The Outside Circle
The Outside Circle
A Graphic Novel
Art by Kelly Mellings
Winner, CODE’s 2016 Burt Award for First Nation, Inuit and Métis Literature
In this important graphic novel, two Aboriginal brothers surrounded by poverty, drug abuse, and gang violence, try to overcome centuries of historic trauma in very different ways to bring about positive change in their lives.
The Road (2020)
“The Road” was written by young urban Indigenous girls (Stardale Women’s Group) and is a tribute to the interpretation of MMIW and how the public views Indigenous women.
It received an award for Best Short Film from the Montreal Independent Film Festival and can be viewed at www.theroadfilm.ca. It is about 14 mins in length.