sexual assault policy

Darts and laurels 2014-15

Darts and laurels 2014-15Continue...

Confusing coercion with consent

May marked Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This month is particularly close to my heart—not only because I recently started working for the Ontario Network of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centres, but because I was sexually assaulted at Queen’s.Continue...

Former minister calls on Ford government to release sexual violence survey results

On Tuesday, former Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development Mitzie Hunter called on the Ford government to immediately release the Student Voices on Sexual Violence survey results.Continue...

Speaker shares realities of male sexual trauma

One in six males is survivor of sexual abuse, but there’s limited conversation about male sexual trauma and only a handful of services for male survivors in Ontario.Continue...

Queen’s denied responsibility in sexual assault lawsuit

Queen’s denied all liability for the alleged instances described in a recent sexual assault lawsuit brought forward against the University and two men, according to court filings obtained by The Journal. Continue...

Antje McNeely named Kingston’s next Chief of Police

Queen’s alum Antje McNeely will be sworn in as Kingston’s 17th Chief of Police on Nov. 30.Continue...

Sexual assault policies alone aren’t solutions to sexual violence on campus

Having a sexual assault policy is one thing, having an effective policy is quite another.Continue...

Fighting for control in reporting sexual assault

In March of 2015, one Queen’s student found out that the man she was preparing to go to trial against for sexually assaulting her had been elected to the University Senate, one of Queen’s highest governing bodiesContinue...

Campus catch-up

It was revealed this week by The Eyeopener, Ryerson’s student paper, that The Ram in the Rye, a Ryerson campus pub, had been serving a vegan quinoa burger that wasn’t actually 100 per cent vegan.Continue...

Changes made to Queen’s harassment and discrimination policy, consultation moves forward for sexual assault policy

Following changes to provincial legislation, Queen’s has drafted an update to its existing workplace harassment and discrimination policy, which will be open to feedback until August 10 at 4 p.m.Continue...

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