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Have Your Say! Canada’s National Action Plan To End GBV

HAVE YOUR SAY! CANADA’S NATIONAL ACTION PLAN TO END GBV

Courage to Act, the Canadian Federation of Students and the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance invite you to participate in an upcoming listening and learning session to provide valuable input to the federal government on the National Action Plan to End Gender-Based Violence.

We invite administrators, frontline workers, educators and student leaders at post-secondary institutions in Canada with interest in and knowledge of GBV intervention and prevention on campus to participate in a 1 hour listening and learning session in February 2021. You will be provided with a $20 honorarium in grateful recognition of your time and expertise.

Your voice is important – have your say! Register for a session below:

Undergraduate Students

  • Tuesday, February 16th 2021, 2:00PM EST

  • Thursday, February 18th 2021, 4:00PM EST

Frontline GBV Campus Workers

  • Friday, February 19th 2021, 2pm EST

Communauté étudiante francophone (tous les cycles d’études)

  • Mardi, le 23 février 2021, 13h30 (HNE)

Senior PSI Administrators

  • Wednesday, February 24th 2021, 2pm EST

Black and Racialized Students (Undergraduate and Graduate)

  • Wednesday, February 24th 2021, 4:00 PM EST

Indigenous Students (Undergraduate and Graduate)

  • Thursday, February 25th 2021, 4:00 PM EST

Graduate Students

  • Friday, February 26th 2021, 2:00 PM EST

Thank you for all that you do to address and prevent gender-based violence on campus. If you have any questions about this consultation process, please contact Anoodth Naushan, Courage to Act Project Manager (anoodth@couragetoact.ca).

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