Learning and Knowledge Exchanges
In order to achieve complainant- and survivor-focused safety, campuses across Canada and the United States are beginning to work more comprehensively with respondents and people who have been found to cause harm. This tool offers a guiding framework for working with people who have caused harm.
Supporting International Students Affected by Gender-Based Violence: A Customizable Tool for International Students, Post Secondary Administrators, and Frontline Workers
This tool was developed as a response to a gap in resources and support for international students in Canada surrounding issues of gender-based or sexual violence. It is intended for international students, administrators, and any other individuals supporting them.
This guide was created for post-secondary institution staff to provide tips and resources that you can use as part of your day-to-day efforts to prevent and counter sexual violence. This guide is designed to serve as a reference manual to assist you in those efforts, regardless of your specific role at your post-secondary institution.
Institutional Complaints Processes Learning Hub: Resources to Support Procedurally Fair, Trauma-Informed Complaints Processes at Post-Secondary Institutions in Canada
This learning resource addresses a common misunderstanding that procedural fairness and trauma-informed practice are opposed to one another in institutional complaint processes. This resource provides resources and reflective questions to illustrate and reinforce the understanding that trauma-informed practice strengthens and enriches procedural fairness in institutional complaints processes.
Essential Elements for Non-Punitive Accountability: A Workbook for Understanding Alternative Responses to Gender-Based Violence
A workbook for understanding alternative responses to gender-based violence because punitive models do not necessarily offer the kind of justice survivors seek, are inaccessible to many people, reproduce systemic inequalities, and often cause further violence in communities.