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Respectful Relationships National Grantee Meeting in Calgary by Christina Antonick

  “Together we can face any challenges as deep as the ocean and as high as the sky.” – Sonia Gandhi- In early October, I was blessed to travel to Calgary for a national meeting of Canadian Women’s Foundation’s 17 Teen Healthy Relationships Grantees – of which our Respectful Relationships is one. CWF are working… Read more »

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Ellyn with Lynda Laushway, Christina Antonick, and Sharyn Carroll

Australian’s research on best-practice respectful relationships programs includes SWOVA – by Ellen Poyner

I’m an Australian Social Worker, who had the privilege of visiting SWOVA as part of my Churchill Fellowship – a scholarship supporting me to travel to Canada and the USA to investigate Family Violence and Sexual Assault prevention programs, approaches and evaluations. As I travel around, my intention is to learn about unique and promising… Read more »

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