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Post-secondary institutions are meant to be safe spaces with the mission to educate students and engage the community in critical thought and discussion. They need to do more to create environments where all students are safe from violence. They need to do more to support the survivors when they come forward. And, they need to engage the community at large on creating a culture of consent.
The Sexual Assault on Campus Canada Conference is geared specifically to administrators. Through keynote presentation, roundtable discussions and networking opportunities, it is an opportunity for administrators to meet with their peers and formulate their action plan for addressing sexual assault on campus. Online resources will also be made available to be shared back to their respective organizations.
- Fix the gaps in your policy – with advice from the front lines
- Address trauma-informed considerations for investigations
- Get survivor-centered training updates for employees that respond to disclosures
- Prevent liability as an institution
- Assess accountability as an institution
- Hear evidence-based prevention techniques
- Discuss faculty-student assault
- Learn about restorative justice in the context of campus sexual assault
- Understand the landscape for reporting versus disclosure
- Participate in a roundtable discussion with a focus on take-aways
Administrators from colleges and universities in Canada:
- Office of the President
- Dean of Students
- Student Services and Affairs
- Legal and Compliance
- Health and Wellness
- Safety and Security
- Athletics and Recreation
- Accessibility Services
- Human Resources
- Equity and Inclusion
Students for Consent Culture Canada
Previously, Director of Investigations, University of BC
University of Windsor
Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women & Children, Western University
University of Alberta
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It addressed all the major topics in creating and maintaining a program.
This conference was excellent, I’ve taken 12 pages of notes.
The discussions were real and powerful – everyone felt safe being honest.