This presentation is themed around sexual violence on campuses. Attendees will be given the opportunity to explore, understand, and learn more about how to keep themselves and others safe from sexual violence on campus. This presentation will raise awareness of the real, social risks and concerns of sexual violence and human/sex trafficking on post-secondary campuses and within society. Education related to healthy relationships including; knowing your rights within a relationship, what consent is, and red and green flags will also be addressed. All people, but especially students are susceptible to sexual violence, abuse, and human trafficking. Sexual violence can be, and is in most cases a traumatic incident. When an individual experiences trauma, one’s mental health can be impacted and there are many different forms of trauma symptoms. This presentation will provide important information, including the signs and symptoms to look out for, that all students should know to keep themselves and others safe, in addition to keeping a positive mental health.
|Counsellor & Public Education CoordinatorDurham Rape Crisis Centre
|CounsellorDurham Rape Crisis Centre
Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
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