Paths to Empowerment: Launching of “The State of Economic Abuse in Canada”

Step into the future of empowerment at this groundbreaking Canadian Center for Women’s Empowerment (CCFWE) event: the launch of the State of Economic Abuse in Canada Report.

Immerse yourself in an engaging and thought-provoking panel discussion led by our esteemed Director of Research, Dr. Natalie Snow. Discover key insights from the report, including notable global trends, as we work together to build a safer and more equitable society for everyone.

The report represents the road we have traveled so far, the community recommendations we have gathered, and the direction we firmly believe we need to be headed. The report provides an overview of the background on economic abuse across the globe, with special focus on Canada and our progress to date, yet underscored by an understanding that this momentum must be maintained to continue achieving positive change. We will provide an in-depth analysis of challenges both survivors and service providers experience, as well as action items aimed at ending the practice of economic abuse in the context of family violence within Canada.

Save the date for this virtual event on Wednesday, October 18th, from 2:00-3:00 pm EST. Join fellow attendees to deepen our understanding of economic abuse, explore support systems for survivors, and strategize on increasing capacity across sectors for a secure and empowering environment.

Don’t miss your chance to be part of this crucial conversation. Register now on our Eventbrite page to secure your spot. For inquiries, contact Natalie Snow at

Let’s break barriers and pave the way for equity and justice, ensuring economic security is a fundamental right for all survivors. Together, we will create a brighter future.

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Oct 18 2023


2:00 am - 3:00 pm

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