Resources

Resources


Here you can find relevant resources on the topic of addressing SGBV created by More than Words, its partners and others. These resources include books, articles, toolkits, and Briefing Papers.

MTW Documents


 

Mentorship Event Report 2020

Toolkits


Thomson, J., Mitchell, C., & Starr, L. (2019). Cellphilming: A tool for Addressing Gender-Equality- Faciliators’ Guide. Ottawa, ON: CODE

 


Participatory Visual Methodology


The Wake Up and Smell Coffee! Project Inspire youth participation

 

 


Participatory Visual Methodology


Kamloops Aboriginal Friendship Society, School District no. 73, First Nations Education Council, & Thompson Rivers University (n.d.). Xpqenwellen: Groups for Aboriginal girls and young women in schools and community


Indigenous Care


Vanner, C., Ezcura Lucotti, M., Khan, F., Lamb, P., Mitchell, C., Nyariro, M., Raissadat, H.& Sadati, H. (2019). Creating Circles: A Handbook on Art-making with Young People to Address Gender-based Violence. Montreal: Participatory Cultures Lab, McGill University.


Indigenous Care


Austrian, K., & Ghati, D. (2010). Girl-centered program design:A toolkit to develop, strengthen and expand adolescent girls programs, 1-223


Girls and Mentoring


Canadian’s Women Foundation, & Albertan Mentoring Partnership (2015).  Girls groups mentoring toolkit: Create, implement deliver and evaluate group mentoring in your community, 1-187.


Girls and Mentoring


Girls Action Foundation, (2018) Take care: curriculum guide, 1-102.

 


Girls and Mentoring


Girl Action Foundation (2018). From the ground up: community-based tools to address violence and seek justice: a facilitation guide, 1-132.


Community Health & Safety


Khan, F., & Mitchell, C. (2014). Toolkit on Community Participation to Address Children’s Safety, Security, and Housing. McGill University, Montreal

 


Community Health & Safety


National Aboriginal Health Organization (2011). First Nations Sexual Health Toolkit.

 

 


Community Health & Safety


Opening our Eyes: Addressing gender-based Violence in South African Schools. A Manual for Educators. Published by the Canada-South Africa Education Management Programme


Gender Based Violence


Agricultural Transformation Through Stronger Vocational Education (ATTSVE) Project (2019). Toolkit to Address Gender Based Violence in Agricultural Colleges in Ethiopia. McGill: Participatory Culture


Gender Based Violence


Agricultural Transformation Through Stronger Vocational Education (ATTSVE) Project (2019). Participatory Visual Methodologies: A Toolkit for Agricultural Colleges in Ethiopia. Montreal, QC: Participatory Cultures Lab, McGill University


Participatory Visual Methodology


Sadati, S.M.H. (2019). A Guide to Mela, A Serious Game to Combat Sexual and Gender-based Violence on Agricultural Campuses: Montreal: Participatory Cultures Lab.


Gender Based Violence


The Gender-Based Violence Knowledge Centre (KC) is the focal point of the Gender-Based Violence Strategy. The KC is responsible for coordination, data and research, reporting, and knowledge mobilization.


Gender Based Violence


Indigenous Ally Toolkit (2019), Content and research by Dakota Swiftwolfe,Layout and design by Leilani Shaw

With contributions from: B. Deer, V. Boldo, E. Fast, G. Sioui, C. Richardson, K. Raye, S. Puskas, M. Clark, L. Lainesse, & A. Reid.

 


Indigenous Care



Briefing Papers


English Version:

Girls Leading Change, & Booker, E. (2019). Girl Groups to Address Sexual Violence. Montreal, QC: Participatory Cultures Lab.


Gender-Based Violence


 

Version française: 

Girls Leading Change & Booker, E. (2019). Association De Jeunes Filles Contre La Violence Sexuelle Montreal, QC: Participatory Cultures Lab.


Gender-Based Violence


Treffry-Goatley, A., Wiebesiek, L. (2018) Ethics of Participatory Visual Research to Address


Gender-Based Violence


Schwab Cartas, J., Khan, F., MacEntee, K., Burkholder, C. (2017)Using Everyday Media Making Tools to Address Gender-Based Violence Participatory Visual Methods & Community-based Technologies.

 


Gender-Based Violence


Archibald, L., Dewar, J., Reid, C., and Stevens, V. (2012). Dancing, Singing, Painting, and Speaking the Healing Story: Healing through Creative Arts. Aboriginal Healing Foundation.


Participatory Visual Methodology



GirlFestos

Montebello Girlfesto, Circles Within Circles event, Quebec, July 2018.


English Version:

 


Gender Based Violence


Version française:

 


Gender Based Violence


Find translations in over six other languages

 


Gender Based Violence



Reports


Amnesty International (2014) Violence Against Indigenous Women and Girls in Canada: A Summary of Amnesty International’s Concerns and Call to Action

National Inquiry Into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls ( 2019) Reclaiming Power and Place: The Final Report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

During six years of research, the ASC! Project revealed a community-engaged art for social change (ASC) sector that is rich, vibrant, and growing, with more than 500 organizations and many more individual ASC practitioners working throughout Canada. To read more about the complete details on what they have planned for the next three years, See the strategic plan

This new report details how to conduct an Indigenous-grounded evaluation process. While not a comprehensive guide to complete an evaluation, the Bundle builds upon what is understood about evaluation and provide a guide that can be used in planning, designing, implementing and reporting based upon Indigenous values and principles. 

Indigenous youth voices report

Indigenous Youth Voices is a networking organization that connects Indigenous youth and groups, and advocates for Indigenous youth priorities on the terms and standards that Indigenous youth set for themselves.


Books


Mitchell, C., & Mandrona, A. (2019). Our Rural Selves; Memory and the Visual in Canadian Childhoods. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Mandrona, A., & In Mitchell, C. (2018). Visual encounters in the study of rural childhoods.

Mitchell, C., & Moletsane, R. (Eds.). (2018). Disrupting Shameful Legacies. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill | Sense.

Mitchell, C., De, L. N., & Moletsane, R. (2017). Participatory visual methodologies: Social change, community and policy.


Journals


 

Co-Editors: Claudia Mitchell, McGill University and Jacqueline Reid-Walsh, Penn State University
Managing Editor: Ann Smith
Book Review Editor: Marnina Gonick


 

 

 

 


Articles


 

  1. Mitchell, C., Lamb, P., & Raissadat, H. (2018). Exploring the Impact of Youth-Produced Images on Fily, Community, and Policy. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 17(1), 1609406918807609.
  2. Flicker, S., Native Youth Sexual Health Network, Wilson, C., Monchalin, R., Oliver, V., Prentice, T., ... & Restoule, J. P. (2017). “Stay strong, stay sexy, stay native”: Storying indigenous youth HIV prevention activism. Action Research, 147675031772130
  3. Flicker, S., Danforth, Yee, J., Wilson, C., Oliver, V., Larkin, J., Restoule, J.R., Mitchell, C., Konsomo, E., Jackson, R., Prentice, T. (2014). “Because we have really unique art”: Decolonizing Research with Indigenous Youth Using the Arts. International Journal of Indigenous Health,10 (1). Retrieved from https://jps.library.utoronto.ca/index.php/ijih/article/view/29025/pdf_3
  4. Liebenberg, L. (2009b). The use of image-based methods in research with youth. In L. Liebenberg & M. Ungar (Eds.), Researching youth resilience (pp. 129–152). Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press. Retrieved from: researchgate.net/publication/269690945_The_Use_of_Image-Based_Methods_in_Research_with_Youth_The_Use_of_Image-Based_Methods_in_Research_with_Youth
  5. Mitchell, C., & Ezcurra, M. (2017). Picturing (as) Resistance: Studying Resistance and Well-Being of Indigenous Girls and Young Women in Addressing Sexual Violence. LEARNing Landscapes, 10(2), 207-224. Retrieved from https://www.learninglandscapes.ca/index.php/learnland/article/view/Picturing%20-%28as%29-Resistance-Studying-Resistance-and-Well-Being-of-Indigenous-Girls-and-Young-Women-in-Addressing-Sexual-Violence
  6. MacDonald, J. P., Ford, J., Willox, A. C., Mitchell, C., Konek Productions, My Word Storytelling and Digital Media Lab, & Rigolet Inuit Community Government. (2015). Youth-led participatory video as a strategy to enhance Inuit youth adaptive capacities for dealing with climate change. Arctic Institute of North America, 68(4), 486–499. doi:10.14430/arctic4527
  7. Loat, T., Miller, B., Kulczycki, R., Lyman, L. and Swaine, L. (2014). Sexual Violence Strategy Youth Engagement Conversations. Heart Wood Center for Community Youth Development. https://novascotia.ca/coms/svs/docs/Strategy-Report.pdf
  8. Fanian, S., Young, K, S., Mantla, M., Daniels, A. and Chatwood, S. (2015). Evaluation of the K o` ts'iìhtła (“We Light the Fire”) Project: building resiliency and connections through strengths-based creative arts programming for Indigenous youth, International Journal of Circumpolar Health, (74)1, DOI: 10.3402/ijch.v74.27672
  9. Bourassa, C., McKay-McNabb, K., & Hampton, M. (2004). Racism, sexism and colonialism: The impact on the health of Aboriginal women in Canada. Canadian Woman Studies, 24(1), 23–29. Retrieved from https://cws.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/cws/article/viewFile/6172/536

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