Canadian statistics dating violence
Every student, parent and teacher needs to be aware of the prevalence of teen dating violence in the US.
utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed: sciencedaily/mind_brain/relationships (Relationships News -- Science Daily)  Behind Closed Doors: The Impact of Domestic Violence on Children, Joint report by UNICEF, The Body Shop International, and the Secretariat for the United Nations Secretary-General’s Study on Violence Against Children, 2006, p. trendmd-shared=1&  PTSD Symptoms in Young Children Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence, By Alytia A.
Available: Closed  PTSD, Other Disorders Evident in Kids Who Witness Domestic Violence,” Eve Bender, Psychiatric News, American Psychiatric Association, June 4, 2004, p.
Out of the 4,476 women and 3,493 children staying in shelters on the snapshot date of April 16, 2014, 78% (or 3,491 women and 2,742 children) were there primarily because of abuse. Available:  Women and alcohol: Social Perspectives, Patsy Staddon, Policy Press, 2015. id=jk MMCg AAQBAJ&pg=PT87&lpg=PT87&dq=double standard about alcohol for women&source=bl&ots=Ko Ozsfduga&sig=cc RO08Zccm7Qiahs Gca T154u AK0&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ah UKEwj Jg ZX8uo XOAh XHp YMKHf Ak AT04Ch Do AQg9MAc#v=onepage&q=double standard about alcohol for women&f=false  Criminal Victimization in Canada, 2014, Statistics Canada.
Shelters for abused Women in Canada, 2014, Statistics Canada, calculation based on 201 children and 338 women (539 people total), 56% of whom were turned away from shelters already at capacity on the snapshot date of April 16, 2014. In a Shelter Voices 2016 snapshot survey, 305 women and children were turned away from shelters due to lack of capacity: Shelter Voices, Canadian Network of Women’s Shelters & Transition Houses, 2016, p.1. Available at: Gender Symmetry in Domestic Violence: A Substantive and Methodological Research Review, Michael S.
At the Canadian Women’s Foundation, our vision is for all women in Canada to live free from violence. The long-term experience of being abused can destroy a woman’s self-confidence, making it more difficult for her to believe that she deserves better treatment, that she can find the courage to leave, or that she can manage on her own.
That’s why we invest in violence prevention programs that teach teens how to create safe and healthy relationships. Aren't men just as likely to be victims as women? If a woman is being abused, why doesn't she just leave the relationship?  The Violence Against Women Survey, Statistics Canada, 1993.
Available at: Voices-2016 Measuring Violence Against Women: Statistical Trends, Statistics Canada, 2006, p. Available at: Measuring Violence Against Women: Statistical Trends, Statistics Canada, 2013, p. available at: Calgary police link domestic violence spike to economic downturn, CTV news, May 18, 2016. Available at:  Experts say those affected by domestic violence and Fort Mc Murray fire will need long-term supports, Edmonton Examiner, June 17, 2016. Available at:  Alcohol and intimate partner violence: When can we say that heavy drinking is a contributing cause of violence? Kimmel, Violence Against Women, 2002, From a summary written by Rus Ervin Funk, p.2.
Available at:  Domestic Violence Up as Economy Down, say N. Available at:  Inclusive security and peaceful societies: Examining the evidence, Marie O’Reilly, U. Available: Gender Symmetry in Domestic Violence: A Substantive and Methodological Research Review, Michael S.
Unhealthy relationship behaviors often start early and lead to a lifetime of abuse.
That's according to Choose Respect, a national initiative to help adolescents and young teens age 11-14 form healthy relationships to prevent dating abuse.
Kimmel, Violence Against Women, 2002, From a summary written by Rus Ervin Funk, p.2.