It’s hard to quantify how many sexual assault survivors are silenced on campuses across Canada due to policies and practices … But one study found nine universities have restrictions, in policy or practice, on how survivors can speak about their assaults.
Emma Jones / The Discourse
Six months after the Our Turn report was initially published, McGill has yet to address criticisms of its policy or implement any of the recommendations for improvement.
Alexandra Harvey / Maclean’s
In March, OurTurn took their concerns about Bill 132 to Mitzie Hunter, the Minister of Advanced Education. In a letter, the group asked that the legislation be amended to include nine minimum standards that must be present in every policy on sexual violence at a university.
Simona Chiose / The Globe and Mail