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webwise.ca

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Stemming from the findings in our year-long cyber self-defence research project, webwise.ca was created to combat and counter the growing culture of cyber sexual violence. Designed by young women for young women, the website focuses on gender-based violence, cyber tips, cyber bullying, slut shaming, victim blaming and human trafficking, and is inspired by the real-life stories of Rehtaeh Parsons, Amanda Todd, and Audrie Pott, and the common experience of many young women in Canada. 

The website is a collaboration between St. Stephen’s Community House, METRAC – Action on Violence and East Metro Youth Services, nine young women peer researchers with lived experience, and is funded by the Status of Women, CanadaTelusYouth CI, and supported by ecentricarts

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