Research Projects of the MMFC

  • The Canadian Observatory on the Justice System Response to Intimate Partner Violence
    The Canadian observatory is a national/international research network emphasizing bilingual dialogue and in-depth research on the justice system in all parts of the country and on the impact of its response to intimate partner violence. Read more...
  • Acting Out - Building Knowledge and Facilitating Action Against Violence in the Lives of Youth in New Brunswick
    Acting Out is a project of the MMFC and is an extension of the earlier project, Intersecting Sites of Violence in the Lives of Girls research project.  Acting Out is designed to engage youth in violence prevention through arts-based activities, such as photography, sculpture, painting, poetry-writing, script-writing, drama, and film-making.  Read more...
  • Action for Change - Empowering Women Victims of Intimate Partner Violence to Build Healthier and Safer Lives
    The New Brunswick Association of Social Workers (NBASW) in partnership with Muriel McQueen Fergusson Centre for Family Violence Research (MMFC) applied and received funding for the project Action for Change - Empowering women victims of intimate partner violence to build healthier and safer lives.  This project has two objectives: An evaluative study and information sessions for survivors of intimate partner violence. Read more...
  • Baseline Study of Domestic Homicide in New Brunswick (1999-2008)
    In February 2010, MMFC took the lead on a baseline study of domestic homicide in New Brunswick for the period 1999-2008. Two databases on domestic homicide will be developed. Read more...

(Updated October 2012)