CREVAWC is a member of the Alliance of Canadian Research Centres on Violence.
Mission Statement The Alliance of Canadian Research Centres on Violence exists to build community and academic partnerships to carry out research and public education to eliminate violence against women and children, and family violence.
Results showed that victims of childhood sexual abuse had more negative emotional reactions and victims of physical dating violence had more negative perceived drawbacks to research participation than non-victims.
However, victims and non-victims did not differ on positive research reactions.
Domestic violence can take place in heterosexual and same-sex family relationships, and can involve violence against children in the family.