Queen's Sexual Violence Prevention & Response

Sexual Violence Prevention and Response
Sexual Violence Prevention and Response

Healthy Relationships and Sexual Violence

Video from AMS, SGPS and Bystander Intervention Team:  What does sexual violence look like?  

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Sexual violence exists on a spectrum. It is more than just rape.

Together, the Society of Graduate and Professional Students, the AMS Social Issues Commission and the Bystander Intervention Training Program have put together this video to raise awareness about and challenge misconceptions around rape culture and sexual violence.

 For support or more information about reporting options, contact Barbara Lotan, the Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Coordinator, at bjl7@queensu.ca, phone (613-533-6330) or at her office (B502 Mac-Corry Hall). For immediate assistance, contact Campus Security and/or the Sexual Assault Centre or, for peer-to-peer support, visit the Peer Support Centre anytime between 10am and 10pm in JDUC Room 34 and Room 35.



Sexual Health: Relationships

Guide for Immigrant, Visitor and Refugee Women in Abusive Relationships

Do you know a woman who is being abused? (PDF 390 KB), a December 2007 publication of Community Legal Education Ontario

Sexual Assault and Women with Disabilities: Disabled Women's Network Ontario (2003) (PDF 440 KB)


Bystander Intervention

Sexual VIolence Bystander Intervention Training:
Using an intersectional, community-based approach, Bystander Intervention Training Sessions give students, faculty, and staff the tools needed to recognize and respond to sexual violence. Facilitated by the Division of Student Affairs, the programming is administered by a trained team of undergraduate and graduate student leader


Mental Health

Recognizing and responding to students in distress (Student Wellness Services)