• Changing Ways
  • Changing Ways
  • Changing Ways
  • Changing Ways
  • Changing Ways
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Mohommed Baobid

Towards developing culturally competent integration strategies to support early identification, prevention and intervention work with men coming from conflict zones and involved with domestic violence. - pdf format - click here

By Mohammed Baobaid, Changing Ways

A study to develop a better understanding of the dilemma of immigrant men and their families living with pre-migration trauma experiences and living with domestic violence, and to develop culturally competent integration strategies to support early identification, prevention and intervention.

 

PowerPoint presentation – Engaging Minority Group in Addressing IPV
-ppt format - click here

By Mohammed Baobaid, Changing Ways

 

Training Workshop for the Staff of New Direction - ppt format - click here

By Mohammed Baobaid, Changing Ways

 

PowerPoint presentation - Building Culturally Competent  Outreach Strategies: Engaging Muslim Communities in Addressing Violence Against Women - ppt format click here

By Mohammed Baobaid, Changing Ways


Access to Women Abuse Services by Arab-Speaking Muslim Women in London, Ontario – Background Investigation and Recommendations for Further Research and Community Outreach (www.crvawc.ca)

By Mohammed Baobaid, Changing Ways


Violence Against Women In Yemen:  Official Statistics and an Exploratory Survey (www.crcawc.ca)


Muslim Family Safety Project (www.mfsp.ca)


The goal of the Muslim Family Safety Project is to develop mutual understanding between the Muslim community and the agency members of the anti-violence movement in London, to engage in culturally and linguistically appropriate public education campaigns on family violence and develop capacity to address the needs of Muslim women who were subject to abuse in their families.
Overview of the Muslim Family Safety Project - pdf format click here

 
Some Context for our Discussions and Reflections of the Collaborative workshop between the Leaders of the Muslim Community and Mainstream service providers on June, 26, 2004  click here

 

Workshop on Vulnerabilities and Criminal Justice Processing of Intimate Partner Violence
Department of Criminology
University of Ottawa - ppt format - click here

By Mohammed Baobaid, Changing Ways

 

Attitudes of Muslim Men Towards Domestic Violence Against Women and Children
Presented to the Third International Conference on Children Exposed to Domestic Violence
May 9-11, 2007, London Ontario Canada - ppt format - click here

By Mohammed Baobaid, Changing Ways

 

London Free Press Special Report
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES
Hero opens doors for Muslim women
click here for link to London Free Press Special Report

 

Article in the Yemen Times with Mohammed Baobaid
click here for link