Queen's Sexual Violence Prevention & Response

Sexual Violence Prevention and Response
Sexual Violence Prevention and Response

Bystander Intervention

Sexual Violence Bystander Intervention

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 leaders.



AMS Social Issues Commission Video Project 2019

Over the past year students, staff and faculty at Queen’s have participated in a number of really interesting conversations about sexual violence.  In January 2019, we heard a presentation by Rick Goodwin, Clinical Director, Men & Healing that had a focus on the experiences of male survivors.  Recently, the AMS Social Issues Commission released a new video on the same topic.  Thank you to everyone who worked on this important project to help us continue the conversation. 


Video:  What does sexual violence mean to you ?  A joint project of the AMS, the SGPS, and the Bystander Intervention Team.


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)