CFOJA dans les nouvelles

Depuis le lancement de l'Observatoire canadien du fémicide pour la justice et la responsabilité (OCFJR) le 6 décembre 2017, le travail du CFOJA et des membres de son groupe d'experts a souvent fait les manchettes au sujet des meurtres de femmes et de filles au Canada. Certains liens vers ces articles sont fournis ci-dessous.


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July 18, 2018

Homicide victim ID’ing policy in Regina to be discussed next week – in private


July 16, 2018

Withholding names keeps story ‘distant from reality’


July 11, 2018

At least 78 women in Canada killed by violence this year – in just 6 months


July 10, 2018

Group says 12 out of 78 women, girls killed across Canada in last six months were Indigenous


May 5, 2018

Reports finds 57 Canadian women killed in first four months of 2018


May 1, 2018

57 women killed in Canada this year – experts link misogyny to femicide


Canadian femicide observatory says 57 women killed in past 4 months to femicide


Myrna Dawson addresses misogyny in the wake of the Yonge Street attack


57: That’s how many women have allegedly been killed in Canada so far in 2018


April 30, 2018

‘One woman or girl every other day’: 57 women killed in Canada this year


January 25, 2018

Investigating domestic violence, with an eye on prevention


November 28, 2017

New U of G research centre focused on women, girls killed in Canada


National observatory to focus on violence against women


November 25, 2017

The domestic murders in Renfrew County are not an anomaly


November 23, 2017

UN publication focuses on abuse, femicide of older women



July 15, 2018

Everyday terrorism: A woman or girl is killed every other day in Canada (Myrna Dawson)


April 29, 2018

Canada needs national agency to review domestic homicides and violence (Elizabeth Sheehy and Isabel Grant)


April 27, 2018

Why misogynistic killings need a public label (Myrna Dawson)