Do you want to have your say in what sexualized violence response, prevention education and support services look like on campus? After 3 years of implementation the University of Victoria’s Sexualized Violence Prevention and Response Policy is undergoing its first
Are you supporting a friend or loved one who has been sexually assaulted? Here are some useful tips on how to talk about reporting with a survivor.
In light of public discussion on reporting, we wanted to write a piece all about reporting and the many considerations that come with it to help survivors make informed decisions for themselves.
As some of you may already know, the UVic Student Union Building in which our office is located is now closed in response to COVID-19. In order to continue to support survivors and our wider community, we are switching up
This may be a little late (oops) but…the flowers are out, the sun is here and we are so excited to have finished another term here on campus! This past our team of staff and volunteers facilitated 8 workshops, 8
Another semester is almost done, and we congratulate all of you on finishing your semester, whether you got through your classes and/or took time to look after yourself. Whatever you did to make it through – we support you and
*written by Elise Fermina Freire, one of our amazing volunteers* Recently I’ve been thinking a lot about support and consent, even more so now that I am volunteering with the Anti-Violence Project (AVP). Support and consent are linked, as both
I first heard about AVP 20 years ago, when a co-worker told me about a study that estimated between 17-25% of women attending UVic would experience sexual assault during their time as a student. This study was what led to