sexual violence

Queen’s International Affairs Association saw three high-level terminations for sexual harassment last year

According to several former Queen’s International Affairs Association (QIAA) Core Executives, the club experienced three terminations based on allegations of sexual harassment in 2016-2017.Continue...

Patient abuse needs to be in focus at medical schools

Currently, Canadian medical schools are taking a step in the right direction by trying to incorporate how doctors should interact with their patients into the curriculum.Continue...

Province of Ontario launches sexual violence survey for students

In an effort to better understand the climate of sexual violence on campuses, the Ontario Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development has launched a province-wide survey that will ask students about their experiences and understanding of sexual violence.Continue...

Social advocacy extends from playlist to poster

What do XXXTentacion and Chuck Close have in common?Continue...

Protecting students should be more of a priority

Sexual violence comes in many forms.Continue...

Although well intentioned, #MeToo needs to refocus

While #MeToo is currently trending and well intentioned, it isn’t doing anything radically different than the hashtags that have come before it.Continue...

University launches new Sexual Violence Prevention and Response webpage

In an effort to make resources and supports more accessible to students, the University has launched a new Sexual Violence Prevention and Response webpage.Continue...

Take Back the Night in photos

Take Back the Night is an event and non-profit organization committed to ending sexual, relationship and domestic violence internationally. Hundreds of events are held in over 30 countries annually – this Thursday, Kingstonians gathered at Confederation Basin to support the organization.Continue...

Bystander Intervention Training Program set to expand this year

Since its inception in 2015, the Bystander Intervention training program has grown and thrived on campus. Under the leadership of Lea Keren, the program is set to expand even further.Continue...

Keren and Prescott resign

After 72 hours of fervor over a decision by the incoming AMS Assembly to elect Alexander Prescott as their Speaker, both Prescott and Commissioner of Social Issues Lea Keren tendered their resignations to the AMS on Wednesday.Continue...

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