Online Learning Events
OLE Pathway: Leadership

Getting Home Project Final Report Launch

The Getting Home Project has worked for 3 years on reducing the barriers to housing for women fleeing violence across BC. Learn about innovative solutions, successful partnerships built with housing providers, and the key policy recommendations that have come out of this multi-year project.

Who should take it? 

Transition Houses, Community Housing Providers, Housing Policy Makers

What you will learn?
  •  Gain a better understanding of the successful outcomes of the Getting Home Project
  • Explore the Getting Home Final Report.
  • Reflect on the findings of innovative research conducted to hear the voices of women experiencing housing barrier due to the NOS and housing suitability
  • Learn about the creative design solutions and our proposal to develop a women-centred design toolkit for flexible and adaptable design.


Tanyss Knowles
Project Manager at the BC Society of Transition Houses
Tanyss’s work focused on reducing barriers to housing and transportation for women and their children experiencing violence. The recently completed three-year Getting Home project identified barriers to housing faced by women+ who have experienced gender-based violence in BC.




December 2, 2021


10:00 - 11:30 am