Le Centre de connaissances du Courage d’agir regroupe des ressources et des outils qui visent à prévenir et contrer la violence fondée sur le genre au sein des établissements d’enseignement postsecondaire du Canada.
Nous avons regroupé ici l’ensemble des ressources disponibles en français, afin de faciliter leur consultation par les communautés francophones de partout au Canada.
Our free professional development series features GBV experts from across Canada in conversation about urgent issues, promising practices, and game-changing tools.
The ARC model helps you respond to disclosures of sexual harassment and violence in professional settings with care, compassion, and clear communication.
For the past three years we have partnered with femifesto to update and expand their landmark guide Use the Right Words: Media Reporting on Sexual Violence in Canada.
We're leading the first national research project on sexual harassment in experiential learning opportunities (like practicums, internships, placements and co-ops).
We've developed the first risk assessment tool for gender-based and sexualized violence specific to the post-secondary context.
This workbook helps PSIs create a well-planned response to critical incidents of sexual violence with a Coordinated Response Team.
Consent Awareness Week invites people to have thoughtful, affirming, and intersectional conversations about consent.
A series of multi-generational conversations with inspiring gender justice leaders across Canada, hosted by Farrah Khan.
The BRAVE model provides you with steps to respond to disclosures of sexual violence from peers, friends, and family members.
From 2019-2023, Possibility Seeds has led Courage to Act, the first national initiative to address and prevent gender-based violence (GBV) on Canadian campuses. The project has collaborated with 4800+ stakeholders and institutions to develop 80+ cutting-edge tools and resources to end campus gender-based violence.
The “Courage to Act” report captures promising practices, key policy areas, and prevention plans as the foundation of a framework to address and prevent gender-based violence at post-secondary institutions in Canada.