Sexual Violence in Saskatchewan: Voices, Stories, Insights, and Actions from the Front Lines
A Comprehensive Research Report on Sexual Violence in Saskatchewan
Sexual Violence in Saskatchewan: Voices, Stories, Insights, and Actions from the Front Lines captures a comprehensive understanding of sexual violence in Saskatchewan through an examination of sexual violence experiences and the existing strengths and gaps in service provision.
The findings of this report informed the development of Working Together, Saskatchewan’s first five-year Sexual Violence Action Plan. The Action Plan is a guide to help us move forward towards ending sexual violence in Saskatchewan.
This research report was conducted by SASS 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.
Funding for the report was provided through the Women and Gender Equality Canada’s Women’s Program as part of the Government of Canada’s response to gender-based violence: It’s Time: Canada’s Strategy to Prevent and Address Gender-Based Violence June 2017
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Sexual Violence in Saskatchewan: Voices, Stories, Insights, and Actions from the Front Lines – Executive Summary
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