Québec – Bill 151 Implementation Guide
In 2017 the government of Québec passed Bill 151 mandating all campuses to create campus sexual violence policies. Unfortunately, although the legislation looked great politically, the weak and vague requirements did little to support activists at the grassroots level advocating at institutions such as Concordia, McGill, and UQO.
In response to our genuine disappointment with the Québec government, Students for Consent Culture and AVEQ teamed up to write a guideline to support student activists and survivors on campuses to advocate for survivor-centric policies as their institutions create them this year.
Overseen by the Director of Advocacy with the immense support of the Advocacy Coordinators, advocacy at SFCC spans three levels–campus, provincial, and federal. This department takes the research done by the SFCC Department of Education and uses it to support its mobilization and push for change at all three levels.
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Overseen by the Director of Outreach, with the support of Mobilization, Communications, and other Coordinators, the Department of Outreach is responsible for mobilization and facilitating the network of connections between student groups and other organizations. This includes the work of “grading” sexual violence policies in collaboration with post-secondary schools.
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Overseen by the Director of Education with the immense support of the Coordinators, Education within SFCC includes upkeep of our online resources for folks to access, the development of trainings, popular education materials, and our Research teams.
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