We embark on a number of initiatives to engage the public and our community in the work that our organization does. Click below to learn about our current initiatives.

Transformative Justice

This initiative captures the voices of sexual violence survivors, and uses their experiences to inform the development of an alternative model of justice.


Every year thousands of Canadian women experience intimate partner violence (IPV), potentially causing permanent traumatic brain injuries (TBI). This pilot project explores how much IPV survivor support agencies know about the occurrence of TBI in the population of clients they serve.

Silent no more

A comprehensive training program, completed either on our online platform or at a community partner agency, to help survivors contextualize the abuse they have experienced.


This initiative is our version of CourtWatch - a way to gather insight, statistics, and information on the criminal legal system's response to intimate partner violence.

A Fresh Breath

A participatory action research project to explore the physical and emotional impact of non-fatal strangulation on survivors who experienced strangulation within an intimate partner relationship.

Past Initiatives

Guy Talk

Guy Talk was a panel discussion that took place in 2014 & 2016, encouraging a discourse on the topic of how young men are raised in today’s society.

Kilimanjaro '14

Kilimanjaro ’14 was a trip organized by WomenatthecentrE in which mothers and sons climbed Mount Kilimanjaro to raise funds and awareness.

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