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- A Conversation on Cyberconsent Panel
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- The SVSPO's Statement In Support of Black Lives Matter
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Project Consent SFU Podcast In Episode #2, we discussed the concept of consent, while detailing the applications of this...
Top 6 podcasts you should listen to March 26, 2021
Podcasts that can nurture your mental health and help you to tackle deep topics.
Virtual Drop-In Hours Drop-in hours are now available online! You can now connect with a Case Manager online via Zoom...
Active Bystander Network Now recruiting new members!
#dearsurvivorsfu We are excited to share the results of the #dearsurvivorsfu initiative! Click here to see the...
Welcome Larisa Fry - Counsellor, Sexual Violence We are delighted to share that Larisa Fry has joined SFU as the Counsellor, Sexual Violence.
Yes/No/Maybe Checklist February 19, 2021
There are many different Yes/No/Maybe lists you can use to help you explore different sexual...
Cyberconsent and How to Practice Consent Online February 04, 2021
When we are online our interactions are taking place through our screens and not in-person, consent...
Nurturing Resilience The purpose of this group is to provide a safe space for participants to build community through...
Curious About Consent? Join us on January 20th at 4:30pm to an interactive conversation regarding consent, and sexual...
Why are Women in STEM Still Unsafe? Commemorating L'École Polytechnique Massacre With Action November 30, 2020
Systemic change requires moral courage.
Intergenerational reflections on the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence against Women Canada established December 6th as a day to reflect and take action against gender-based violence.
"You Matter" - A Self-Care Book for Survivors & Supporters “You Matter” is a self-care guide for survivors and supporters of those impacted by...
A Conversation on Cyberconsent Panel In the context of the SFU #consentmatterssfu campaign, on September 20th 2020 from 12:00 pm to 1:30...
Meet & Greet with SVSPO Case Managers On September 24th from 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM, meet the Case Managers at the Sexual Violence Support...
The SVSPO is here for you Learn more about the SVSPO’s support services available to you during our move to providing...
The SVSPO's Statement In Support of Black Lives Matter The Sexual Violence Support & Prevention Office and the Active Bystander Network value, honours...
International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia 2020 May 17th is the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia (IDAHOT). This...
Consent Matters at SFU: May 2020 We are pleased to announce the launch of our completely digital Consent Matters campaign at SFU,...