Sexual Violence in Saskatchewan: Voices, Stories, Insights, and Actions from the Front Lines
Sexual Assault Services of Saskatchewan, in collaboration with the Community-University Institute for Social Research at the University of Saskatchewan, Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations Women’s Secretariat and the Saskatchewan First Nation Women’s Commission released a comprehensive report on the issue of sexual violence in our province on April 29, 2020. The aim of this research is to garner a comprehensive understanding of sexual violence in Saskatchewan through an examination of sexual violence experiences and the existing strengths and gaps in service provision.
We are deeply moved by the strength, resiliency and bravery of survivors, family members and friends of those who experience sexual violence. We also commend the front line workers and advocates who continue to support survivors and communities across the province. We send a heartfelt thank you to everyone who participated in this study, and we hope your stories will spark meaningful change for the people of Saskatchewan.
You can find the full research report and supporting resources below:
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Calendar of events
Curious about what’s happening in the province and how you can get involved? This calendar outlines trainings, conferences, and events throughout Saskatchewan where you can expand your knowledge, share ideas, and make a difference in your community. The calendar was created, and is updated, by our provincial partner STOPS to Violence and can be found here.