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sexual violence News Archive

Creating a safe and welcoming environment together

September 10, 2019 — 
UM launches sexual violence support and education awareness campaign

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Invitation to community presentation on sexual violence

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'

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Recruiting for Bringing in the Bystander 2019-2020

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™

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Sexual violence support and education website brings together key resources

April 1, 2019 — 
Sexual violence support and education website serves as the U of M's hub for information

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Online course addresses ‘collective responsibility’ around sexual violence

March 13, 2019 — 
Message from President Barnard to U of M Community

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Get help with responding to sexual violence disclosures

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.

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Sexual violence support for students, staff and faculty

December 10, 2018 — 
A listing of supports available and how to access them

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