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Clare's Law

Protecting Women from Domestic Abuse – Clare’s Law

Clare’s Law came into effect on April 1, 2021.

The Disclosure to Protect Against Domestic Violence (Clare’s Law) Act was modelled after the United Kingdom’s Law, which was named after a young woman who was killed by an ex-boyfriend with a history of domestic violence.

Albertans making a Clare’s Law application have a right to privacy and can trust that their personal information will be safeguarded and only relevant details will be disclosed

WIN Edmonton House: Protecting Racialized Women and Girls

With this in mind, to what extent are the concerns and experiences of racialized women devalued and disregarded? Through police, governments, and industries, the experiences of racialized peoples vastly differ from that of white people. In this sense, the effects of the pandemic and the ongoing economic and political climate profoundly impact racialized womens’ ability to leave abusive relationships.

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