Senior immigrant women occupy intersecting identities of gender, age and immigration. Each of these have been known to impact experiences of gender-based violence and help seeking. Furthermore, these intersections can create specific risk factors related to economic abuse.
This webinar will examine the dynamics and experiences of economic abuse among senior immigrant women and findings from their community-based research with service providers and senior immigrant women with lived experience of economic abuse.
Register Now: https://eapon.ca/Webinar/EconomicAbuse
Webinar provided with an ASL Interpreter
Premila Chellapermal (she/her)
Project Coordinator, Woman Abuse Council of Toronto (WomanACT)
Premila has worked in the violence against women sector in multiple jurisdictions and projects, including in the criminal justice and legal sector, shelter services, and crisis and community services. She has an MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice and an interest in intersectional gender-based violence research. She is currently leading projects with WomanACT on senior women’s experiences of gender-based violence, and on intersections between employment and safety among racialized women in Toronto.