Providing workshops and resources to universities, schools, community organizations, and service providers seeking to expand their knowledge about supporting survivors and shifting society from a feminist, anti-oppressive, decolonizing perspective. We work to shift attitudes, beliefs, and thinking by increasing awareness and knowledge about sexual violence in our community.
Sexual Assault Disclosures & Responding
Provides basic knowledge of how to receive and respond to a sexual violence disclosure.
Because sexual assault is such a complex and sensitive crime, effective response to it requires a teamwork approach.
Safer Space for Adults is a 60-minute interactive workshop designed to help parents, caregivers, and service providers, better understand how to help children stay safe online.
In the wake of the #MeToo movement and increasing reports of sexual assaults on university campuses, the issue of male sexual violence is dominating news headlines. This interactive workshop educates students about the harms of toxic masculinity, ways to ask for consent, and offers some tips about how to be an active bystander.
This self-directed online course provides an introduction to understanding the causes, nature, effects and scope of violence against women generally and in Canada specifically.
ITCHA includes a comprehensive overview of youth sexual exploitation in British Columbia, case studies and trends of youth exploitation, online exploitation, an overview of legal issues surrounding sexual exploitation, and family support.
Taking Care of Ourselves, Taking Care of Others (TCO²) is a unique workshop designed and delivered by youth, for youth about preventing sexual exploitation.