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Alix • Online Safer Space

9 September 2019
Maxe Tremblay-Bluteau

Tool's Title
Alix [➦] 

✎ English
✎ French

Target Audiences
• People from the LGBTQAI+ community
• Health, Education and Social service Professionnal
• People victim of violences

• Website
• Interactive map
• Awareness program
• Support resource


Conception by

Release Date and Last Update
June 20th 2019 (no update as of the date of the review)

Alix is a safe space to address the violence experienced by LGBTQ+ communities. Alix gives you the opportunity to report the violence you experienced in a completely anonymous way. If you need help, Interligne is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We believe you and we listen to you without judgement. Alix is there to support LGBTQ+ people who are victims of violence and all those who provide services for them. Alix offers you tools to remain aware and informed, and provides the resources you need.

Alix is there to receive your story anonymously so it can be heard and considered. It’s a collective construction about the different forms of violence experienced by LGBTQ+ people.

Alix exists to empower our communities by bringing indisputable visibility to the violence LGBTQ+ people experience. Alix also offers information and resources to support you.

Alix hopes to establish a sense of solidarity between every LGBTQ+ person who has experienced violence. It’s a way to affect change together.

*** Note that this description was written by Interligne. ***

Official Reference
Interligne. (2019). Alix. Retrieved from

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Clarifications by the Review Team
homosexuality, queer, help, visibility, agressions, intervention, diversity, solidarity


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22 April 2020 12:27

Mariane Gilbert