The TransFormed Project: Addressing Partner Violence from Two-Spirit, Nonbinary and Trans Perspectives is a bilingual, community-based research and action initiative led by METRAC: Action on Violence in partnership with the Centre Francophone. The Project’s goal is to remove barriers to health care and social services for Two-Spirit, Nonbinary and Trans survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV). This collaborative project brings together community members affected by IPV, researchers, health and social sector professionals of multi-service agencies with mandates to address IPV through prevention and intervention strategies.
A Special Note of Appreciation
METRAC honours and acknowledges the generous support of The Public Health Agency of Canada and the City of Toronto. The work undertaken through the TransFormed Project could not have been accomplished without your support, for which we are deeply grateful.
Health Promotion Tools & Resources
The TransFormed Project has developed a series of health promotion tools and resources for service providers and Two-Spirit, nonbinary, and trans community members resulting directly from our research findings and guidance from our Peer Leadership Group. These resources will support you and/or your organization in integrating the vital changes needed to address barriers and increase access to affirming supportive services, as recommended by Two-Spirit, nonbinary and trans individuals themselves.
Online Symposium Event Series
Stay tuned for more information on our upcoming online Symposium Event Series coming later this fall, which will feature newly developed webinars by the TransFormed Project, as well as panel discussions, and opportunities for Q&A.
The Peer Leadership Group
Comprised of 8 individuals from Two-Spirit, Nonbinary and Trans communities holding many different and intersecting identities of lived experiences which have richly informed the TransFormed Project throughout this phase. A very special note of appreciation to the Peer Leadership Group whose exemplary guidance and dedication to the TransFormed Project from its start to the end of this first phase has been the foundation of the project’s success.
Eva Simone (she/her)
Faelix Kayn (they/them)
Keisha Corothers (she/her)
Maiesha Zarin (they/them)
Susan Gapka (she/her/elle)
Tala Jalili (no pronoun/any pronoun)
Ve Tao (they/them)
Project Steering Group
Special thanks to the following individuals and organizations for their contributions to the Project Steering Group:
Dr. Ilene Hyman
The Knowledge Hub