If you have been sexually assaulted it is important to know and understand that you are not alone and that it is not your fault. There is no behaviour, manner of dress, or situation that justifies sexualized violence. If you are a victim/survivor of sexualized violence, you have done nothing wrong and you are not to blame. Find out about supports on and off campus here.
"Only Yes Means Yes" Workshop
This free, interactive workshop is being facilitated by a representative from West Coast LEAF (Women's Legal Education and Action Fund). The workshop will use a survivor-centered, social justice lens to explore the ins and outs of sexual assault law. They will address some of the most common legal questions about sexual assault and consent. This workshop was designed for students by students, and they will be collecting feedback to shape future initiatives. Workshops will run February 13-16.
Click here for the workshop schedule and to register.
WolfPack Volleyball initiated a student driven public service announcement as part of a partnership between TRU and the Kamloops Sexual Assault Counselling Center.
TRU is collecting feedback on its Sexual Violence Policy (BRD 25-0). Let us hear your thoughts before February 28, 2018.
The Minstry of Advanced Education is also collecting feedback on public post-secondary policies. Learn more and provide feedback here before January 29, 2018.
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Learn about other ways to get involved with TRU's Sexual Violence Policy consultation.