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Economic Justice for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence

Event Dates
Eastern
Event Duration
75 minutes
Location
Online

Financial abuse is a common strategy used by abusers to gain power and control. The first panelist will discuss how IPV intersects with economic justice. In the second panelist's presentation, IPV shelter approaches and housing policies will be addressed. The final panelist will discuss the impact of COVID-19 on economic security and survivors’ experiences of economic hardship.

Learning Objectives:

  • Have an understanding of the intersection of IPV and economic justice. 
  • Recognize tactics of financial abuse.  
  • To further an understanding of the interconnection between IPV and homelessness. 
  • Review IPV shelter approaches and broader housing policies. 
  • Identify opportunities and challenges presented by different models. 
  • Review the past literature on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the economic security of survivors of intimate partner violence. 
  • Report on survivors’ experiences of economic hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic and associations between economic hardship, sociodemographic characteristics, experiences of intimate partner violence, and protective factors. 

Date Created: October 3, 2022