Tech-Facilitated Violence & Cybermisogyny in NWO: an online discussion

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Join us for an online discussion exploring the impacts of tech-facilitated violence and cybermisogyny in Thunder Bay and NWO region.

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Content Warning: This session may include discussions of sexual violence and harassment, online harassment, and human trafficking

The Northwestern Ontario Women’s Centre, in collaboration with LEAF Thunder Bay and the Bora Laskin Women in Law Society, is hosting an online panel discussion exploring the impacts of tech-facilitated violence and cybermisogyny in Thunder Bay and NWO region.

This event will be virtually hosted by NWOC on Thursday, October 15th from 5:30-7pm. Our discussion will explore how the challenges relating to TFV and the law, barriers that advocates face in Thunder Bay and region when supporting women experiencing TFV, and the impacts of cybermisogyny and TFV against women and girls.

This event is part of the Analysis to Action on Gender-Based Violence (AAGBV) and the High-Risk Navigation projects; both projects aim to raise awareness and increase the capacity of local organizations and legal system players to support women at risk of gender-based violence.

Moderator: Sabrina Bene, LEAF Thunder Bay

Panelists:

  • Suzie Dunn - PhD candidate at UOttawa
  • Cindy Paypompee - Beendigen and Co-Chair of the TBay Human Trafficking Coalition
  • DC Carl Hagstrom, TBPs Criminal Investigations Branch - Cyber Crime
  • Kristal Carlson, Thunder Bay Counselling and Co-Chair of the TBay Human Trafficking Coalition

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