How to Become a First Responder to Sexual Assault and Abuse

According to Statistics Canada, 1 in 3 women and 1 in 6 men will be sexually assaulted in their lifetime. While survivors of sexual assault are disproportionately women, the reality is that sexual assault can happen to any person, any age, no matter their gender or ethnicity. Sexual assault happens every day and most frequently[…]

How to Respond to A Sexual Assault Disclosure

A sexual violence disclosure is when a person tells another person about an incident of sexual abuse or assault. The disclosure may be of a recent incident, it may have occurred in the past (historical), or it may be ongoing. A survivor’s choice to disclose should be treated as distinct from making a report to[…]

The Current State of Sexual Violence in Saskatchewan

Sexual Violence in Saskatchewan: Who’s being assaulted? In 2017, we partnered with the Community-Institute for Social Research at the University of Saskatchewan to conduct a comprehensive study of sexual violence in Saskatchewan. Our research project examined instances of sexual assault among individuals in Saskatchewan, the context surrounding these assaults, the services used by sexual assault[…]