from We Count Femicide Because…
Since November 26, 2021 there have been 43 femicides reported in Ontario.
Femicide is commonly defined as the intentional murder of women because they are women. OAITH’s definition of femicide includes women (and at times their children) or girls who were killed by men who are either a former or current intimate partner, a family member, someone known to them, or in some cases unknown but still targeted. (Source: OAITH, 2021)
As November 1st marks the start of Woman Abuse Prevention Month, the 2021-2022 Annual Femicide List will be made available on November 25, 2022.
Learn more: https://bit.ly/WeCountFemicideBecause
Media tips: https://bit.ly/FemicideReportingRecommendations
View the report for October here or below.
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