#VoteWithSurvivors – Federal Election 2019

Students for Consent Culture Canada has compiled a list of 5 recommendations for candidates/policymakers in the upcoming 2019 Federal Election. Each ask is central to current sexual-violence related issues in Canada, such as MMIWG, training for federal judges, reproductive justice, and more.

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OurTurn One Year Later Report – Press Release

This report seeks to memorialize and celebrate the impacts of the OurTurn National Action Plan and cross-country work of those involved in the National OurTurn Committee over the last year and a half. It sets the stage for our next steps as SFCC as we seek to lead advocacy around federal and provincial campus sexual violence legislation, develop intersectional prevention resources, address sexual violence committed by professors, and support the development of student union sexual violence policies. It also outlines some recurring problems and obstacles we have seen in this work over the last year. This report serves to document a first of what we hope to be many steps as we continue to learn, unlearn, and relearn as organizers, building our network of movers and shakers across the country who are working to create cultures of consent in all of our communities.

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Le rapport <<À notre tour - un an après>>

This report seeks to memorialize and celebrate the impacts of the OurTurn National Action Plan and cross-country work of those involved in the National OurTurn Committee over the last year and a half. It sets the stage for our next steps as SFCC as we seek to lead advocacy around federal and provincial campus sexual violence legislation, develop intersectional prevention resources, address sexual violence committed by professors, and support the development of student union sexual violence policies. It also outlines some recurring problems and obstacles we have seen in this work over the last year. This report serves to document a first of what we hope to be many steps as we continue to learn, unlearn, and relearn as organizers, building our network of movers and shakers across the country who are working to create cultures of consent in all of our communities.

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