Sexual Harassment in Experiential Learning: A Price Students Shouldn’t Have to Pay

This final report shares findings from the Sexual Harassment in Experiential Learning (EL) Research-to-Action Project, including two national surveys (one of students, staff, and faculty and one of employers and EL providers); a case study conducted at a Canadian Post-Secondary Institution (PSI); and environmental scans of the legislative and policy landscape. It also offers promising practices and recommendations for PSIs; EL providers; and government bodies at the provincial, territorial and federal levels.