Domestic Violence



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Family violence

File consists of a report titled, "Report on Services to Battered Women in the Portuguese Community with an Overview of Services to Battered Women in Other Ethnic Communities," written by Tereza Coutinho of PIN, prepared for the Ministry of Community and Social Services.

Family violence

File consists of press releases of the television station, CFMT International, and the Department of Canadian Heritage, announcing a new multilingual public service announcement about family violence.

Family violence workshop

File consists of: photocopies of brochures and resource guides related to domestic violence; a list of resources on domestic violence available at PIN; a questionnaire distributed at an information workshop on domestic violence, held by PIN on 3 March; list of members of the Family Violence Sub-committee of PIN, meeting minutes of the sub-committee; a poster advertising "Uma tarde de informacao para a comunidade portuguesa: Agressao contra a mulher," [An afternoon information session for the Portuguese community on aggression against women], held by the Parkdale Intercultural Council, 2 June; and other related material.

Kensington Clinic proposal

File consists of a grant proposal for "Group Therapy for Battering Men," submitted to the Ministry of Health for Ontario by the Kensington Clinic, and a letter of endorsement for the program by PIN.

LaMarsh research programme reports on woman abuse

File consists of a report titled, "Woman Abuse: The Case for Surveys by Telephone," written by Michael D. Smith, York University, as part of the series, "LaMarsh Research Programme Reports On…" sponsored by the LaMarsh Research Programme on Violence & Conflict Resolution and the Institute for Social Research, York University.

Port. Shelter / Crises Centre Project

File consists of records of the Advisory Committee of the Portuguese Pastoral Council, particularly related to the proposal for a Community-based Family Crisis Centre. File includes: drafts and a final version of "A Proposal for a Comprehensive Response to Family Violence in the Metropolitan Toronto Portuguese Community," by the Advisory Committee and the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Toronto; a copy of "Statistics Re: Cases Involving Dependent Children" by the Metropolitan Community Services Department; and "Report on Services to Battered Women in the Portuguese Community with an Overview of Services to Battered Women in Other Ethnic Communities," by Tereza Coutinho.