Below you will find educational resources that can help you to build your understanding and knowledge of various topics such as consent, gender-based violence, technology-facilitated violence, responding to disclosures, and more!
Resources for Students
How Consent is More Than Just a Question and an Answer | Cheryl Bradshaw | TEDxQueensU
How Do You Know if Someone Wants to Have Sex with You? | Planned Parenthood Video
When Someone Definitely Wants to Have Sex | Planned Parenthood Video
When Someone Isn’t Quite Sure If They Want to Have Sex | Planned Parenthood Video
When Someone Doesn’t Want to Have Sex: What is Consent? | Planned Parenthood Video
National Frameworks & Action Plans
Developing a National draft Framework to Address and Prevent Gender-Based Violence at Post-Secondary Institutions in Canada - Courage to Act
Our Turn Action Plan - A National, Student-Led Action Plan to End Campus Sexual Violence
Resources for Staff
Access a list of training opportunities and helpful websites on our Staff Training webpage.
Contact the consent [at] mohawkcollege.ca (subject: Responding%20to%20Disclosures%20Workshop) (Student Rights and Responsibilities Office) if you're interested in booking a staff training about Responding to Student Disclosures of Gender-Based Violence.
Books, Articles & Blogs
Root, J. & Godderis, R. (2016) Instructor Strategies for Responding to Disclosures of Gender-Based Violence on Campus. The Canadian Journal of Action Research, Vol 17 No 3. Available online.
Perreault-Laird, J., Paak, M., & Godderis, R (2020) Remote teaching and technology-facilitated gender-based and sexual violence. Retrieved online from the Academic Matters website.
Burczycka, M. (2019) Students' experiences of unwanted sexualized behaviours and sexual assault at postsecondary schools in the Canadian provinces. Canadian Centre for Justice and Community Safety Statistics. Retrieved online from the Statistics Canada website.