The IPV Action Group & Anti-Violence Network present “Enough of Intimate Partner Violence” on Wednesday March 25 from 6-9pm in MDCL Room 3020 at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.
A panel discussion will cover Social Work, Research, Crime Prevention with special guest Ms Gurjeet Dhahan. Refreshments will be available by donation. All proceeds to go to Interval House.
For more information about the UN’s position on Violence Against Women, read the SI Programme Blog »
About Ms Gurjeet Dhahan:
This survivor of domestic abuse is blind after being shot twice point-blank in the head by her estranged husband, who then turned the gun on himself. This tragedy occured on October 19, 2006 in the town of Port Coquitlam, BC. Read her story on Canada.com »
About the Anti-Violence Network at McMaster University:
The AVN is a group of students, staff and faculty who, since March 1997, have met to share concerns, offer support and coordinate efforts against violence on campus. Their goal is to actively engage students, staff and faculty in working together to create a more peaceful campus.
About Interval House of Hamilton:
Their mission is “to provide a safe place, support for abused women with or without children, community outreach services and practice-based research in our shared quest for freedom from violence.”