sexual violence News Archive
January 23, 2020 —
Bre Woligroski from the Sexual Violence Resource Centre answers some key questions about the supports and services offered at the centre.
January 23, 2020 —
The Sexual Violence Resource Centre will serve as a central hub that provides support and education to students, faculty, staff
January 22, 2020 —
The University of Manitoba is committed to ensuring a respectful work and learning environment, where attitudes and behaviours that lead to sexual violence are rejected and survivors receive the supports they need. It is also possible that UM employees may receive a disclosure of sexual violence from a student, colleague, or friend. This series of workshops will help prepare you for that possibility.
October 7, 2019 —
The University of Manitoba recently released an independent report outlining how the university will take action on the prevention, response, and consequences of sexual violence within the university community
September 10, 2019 —
UM launches sexual violence support and education awareness campaign
September 9, 2019 —
'As was reported to the community on July 19, the report I requested last year to help guide the University of Manitoba to better address sexual violence, harassment and discrimination has been completed'
April 11, 2019 —
Sexual violence has been and continues to be a pressing concern for post-secondary students all over Canada. It can include, but is not limited to: street harassment, unwanted contact, sexual assault and stalking. In order to help contribute to a culture of safety on campus—Student Support at the University of Manitoba is recruiting paid facilitators and a program assistant for a sexual violence prevention program called Bringing in the Bystander™
April 1, 2019 —
Sexual violence support and education website serves as the U of M's hub for information
March 13, 2019 —
Message from President Barnard to U of M Community
February 20, 2019 —
Do you know how you would respond if a friend, coworker or student disclosed an incident of sexual violence? If you are unsure, you are not alone, says Arlana Vadnais, employee wellness specialist at the U of M. That is why the Responding to Sexual Violence Disclosures workshops were created for staff and faculty.