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Sexual Violence Awareness

Bow Valley College is committed to increasing awareness of sexual violence and supporting a culture of respect. There are different participation and learning opportunities for students, staff, and faculty to promote awareness of sexual violence. This includes learning more about available on- and off-campus supports, exploring how to support those who have been impacted by sexual violence and looking at how you can be a part of supporting culture of consent at Bow Valley College.

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Fall Term (September-December):
  • #IBelieveYou Campaign- Join us Tuesday September 28th from 11am-1pm in saying "I believe you" to people impacted by sexual violence. Come by the 2nd floor south campus lobby to write a message of support to those who have experienced sexual violence. There will be information about on and off-campus resources and education. See you there!
  • Family Violence Prevention Month (November)
  • 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence (November 25-December 10)
  • December 6th- National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women


Online Trainings on Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence:

AboutBow Valley College has developed a training to inform and empower students, staff and faculty to receive and respond supportively to disclosures of sexual violence.

For Students:

Training Name: Supporting Disclosures of Sexual Violence Training – Students

Where: D2L Brightspace

About: This training has been developed to inform students about what sexual violence and consent are, develop knowledge and skills in how to support someone who has disclosed sexual violence on-campus and provide resource information.

How to Register: Self-registration.

Read the instructions on how to register

For Staff and Faculty:

Training Name: Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence - Staff

Where: D2L Brightspace

About: This training has been developed to inform staff and faculty about what sexual violence is and develop knowledge and skills in how to support a learner who has disclosed sexual violence and provide resource information.

How to Register: Self-registration.

Read the instructions on how to register
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For more information or questions, contact:
Sexual Violence Response Advisor at svra@bowvalleycollege.ca
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