Sexual Violence Response on Campus

The Sexual Violence Response on Campus Toolkit is a guide that targets stakeholders working in sexual violence offices across Ontario. The toolkit aims to provide campus stakeholders with the information necessary to improve or develop their sexual violence response programming, as well as to best support students who have experienced some form of sexual violence. The toolkit highlights the mental health impacts of sexual violence, the nuances of collecting data on sexual violence, as well as a collection of best and promising practices in sexual violence response.

Introduction to Sexual Violence

What is sexual violence and how prevalent is it on university and college campuses? What is intersectionality and what role does it play in sexual violence?

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Impact of Sexual Violence on Mental Health

In what ways does sexual violence impact students’ mental health? What kind of responses to a disclosure are supportive of positive mental wellbeing?

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Sexual Violence Data Collection

What kind of barriers are there in the collection of sexual violence data? Are there limitations to sexual violence surveys?

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Responding to Sexual Violence

What are the best practices when it comes to sexual violence response on campus? What kind of promising practices exist across Ontario campuses?

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Articles on Sexual Violence Response in Ontario

What evidence exists in the literature highlighting sexual violence response in Ontario?

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Resources

Here you will find further infosheets and resources to support your sexual violence programming.

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Thank You to Our Collaborators

This toolkit would not have been possible without help from our valued stakeholders.

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References

Find a list of the references used in this toolkit here.

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