Unveiling The First Canadian Economic Abuse Prevention Mobile App

We are thrilled to invite you to join us for an empowering event as we launch our groundbreaking Mobile App “STEAR,” the first Canadian mobile app dedicated to providing centralized support for domestic Economic Abuse victims and service providers.

The event will discuss the pivotal role played by this innovative tool in promoting financial autonomy and resilience for survivors of domestic Economic Abuse.

About STEAR App

STEAR (Support Tool for Economic Abuse Recovery) is a free, easy-to-use web and mobile app that centralizes safety, financial, and legal information for women who have experienced Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and Economic Abuse. The app aims to be a one-stop-shop for victims of Gender-based Violence (GBV), connecting them with appropriate resources to help rebuild their economic security during an abusive relationship or post-separation. This app includes a short questionnaire that will help guide users to the appropriate resources according to their situation. STEAR will fill a gap for IPV victims and survivors to access vital resources on Economic Abuse.

Event Highlights:

  1. Introduction to STEAR: Gain insights into the vision and purpose behind the STEAR App, a comprehensive resource aimed at assisting women in recognizing, understanding, and overcoming Economic Abuse.
  2. Live Demonstration: Experience a live demonstration of the STEAR App’s user-friendly interface, showcasing its features that empower women to access information, connect with support services, and plan their path to financial independence.
  3. Expert Panel Discussion: Engage in a thought-provoking discussion with experts in the field of domestic abuse, financial counseling, tech, and women’s empowerment. Explore the nuances of Economic Abuse, its impact, and the role of technology in fostering resilience.
  4. Q&A Session: Pose your questions to our panelists and the creators of the STEAR App during an interactive Q&A session. Learn more about the app’s development process, its security features, and how it aligns with our commitment to women’s safety.
  5. Networking Opportunities: Connect with like-minded individuals, advocates, and service providers who share a passion for empowering women to break free from economic abuse. Build a network of support within the community.

Who Should Attend:

  1. Women seeking resources and support to overcome domestic violence Economic Abuse.
  2. Service providers, counselors, and advocates committed to assisting survivors.
  3. Individuals interested in leveraging technology for social impact.
  4. Leaders in the financial services industry seeking to provide wrap-around services to their clients in abusive relationships
  5. Community members dedicated to fostering women’s empowerment.
  6. People in fintech

Don’t miss this transformative event that marks a significant step towards a future free from economic abuse. Together, we can empower women to reclaim control of their financial destinies.

Register Now and Be Part of the Change!

For inquiries, please contact Yohanan Demeke, yohanan.demeke@ccfwe.org


Fév 08 2024


12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

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