Gender and Sexual Violence Support Covid-19 Update
We are STILL OFFERING SUPPORT TO ALL BROCK COMMUNITY MEMBERS LOCATED OFF CAMPUS. Your safety and health are still very important to us, no matter where you are. If you feel you or someone you know has experienced sexual violence due to social isolation, or in general, please reach out to a representative of Human Rights and Equity and we’ll help find the support you need. Conversations will take place at your discretion, over a communication channel that is safest for you.
For more information or for help, please contact email@example.com.
Welcome to Brock University’s Gender and Sexual Violence Support and Education page. Thank you for taking the time to visit. We are committed to supporting and creating a safe campus for all students, staff, and faculty, while helping change the social fabric surrounding Gender and Sexual Violence, and ending Gender and Sexual Violence on Campus.
Please contact Larisa Fry, our Gender and Sexual Violence Support and Education Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or if you need support.
Book a Workshop With Us
Brock University is committed to training on the topic of sexual violence for any and all community members. Our office is happy to offer pre-made and customizable workshops for your department, staff, classroom, club, or sports team. Please visit our Learn page and Events and Actions page for more information on the workshops we can offer.
What is Sexual Violence?
Sexual Violence is a continuum of non-consensual sexual contact and behaviour which includes sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, sexual exploitation, indecent exposure, and voyeurism. To learn more about Sexual Violence, please visit our Learn page.
Brock University recognizes that Sexual Violence is a serious and complex issue that can adversely affect Brock Community Members. Brock University unequivocally prohibits and will not condone, tolerate, or ignore any form of Sexual Violence that affects the work and learning environment at the University.
Brock University has adopted a Sexual Assault and Harassment Policy to address reports and incidents of sexual violence that affect the work and learning environment at Brock. For more information, Human Rights & Equity has prepared a Sexual Assault and Harassment Policy – Introduction and FAQ . If you have any further questions on the Policy, please contact a Human Rights and Equity team member.