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11-Apr-2017 21:26

The term family violence is applied to a range of behaviours including neglect, along with physical, sexual, emotional and financial abuse.

READ MORE: Why Canada still has a long way to go in tackling domestic abuse The report takes a hard look at reported instances of family violence, and explores the challenging job of identifying, preventing or stopping the violence.“For many, this report may be difficult and disturbing to read,” states the report’s introduction by Dr.

” It seems violence against women has graduated from social crisis to trendy marketing campaign. he can beat me anytime.” Last summer, #reasonstobeatyourgirlfriend and #rapistsongs trended big on Twitter.

While it’s hard for some to believe a person would stay in an abusive situation there are many reasons why they do: out of fear for themselves or other family members, emotional or financial dependence on an abuser, or due to feelings of shame or denial.“Despite the work of many researchers, health care professionals, organizations and communities, we still do not have a good understanding of why family violence happens, nor do we know how best to intervene,” Dr. There have been limited studies examining the economic impact of family violence, but older data indicates it costs Canadians billions every year.

Societies with the strictest gender roles have the highest rates of violence against women, and Canada isn’t as far ahead as we assume.

This mindset is helping to create an epidemic of teen dating violence, with one in three teens in Canada experiencing some form of abuse in their romantic relationships.

In infant or child deaths, a parent is usually accused of the crime.

Women are more likely than men to be killed by their spouse or partner.

While it’s hard for some to believe a person would stay in an abusive situation there are many reasons why they do: out of fear for themselves or other family members, emotional or financial dependence on an abuser, or due to feelings of shame or denial.“Despite the work of many researchers, health care professionals, organizations and communities, we still do not have a good understanding of why family violence happens, nor do we know how best to intervene,” Dr. There have been limited studies examining the economic impact of family violence, but older data indicates it costs Canadians billions every year.

Societies with the strictest gender roles have the highest rates of violence against women, and Canada isn’t as far ahead as we assume.

This mindset is helping to create an epidemic of teen dating violence, with one in three teens in Canada experiencing some form of abuse in their romantic relationships.

In infant or child deaths, a parent is usually accused of the crime.

Women are more likely than men to be killed by their spouse or partner.

READ MORE: 73% of Canadian women and children who seek emergency shelter are turned away: survey Also in 2014, 133,920 Canadians reported being the victim of dating or family violence, and the majority of victims were women.