The Centre for Sexual Violence Response, Support & Education in partnership with Toronto Public Health hosts a workshop with the goal of providing parents/caregivers with the tools, knowledge, and support they need to foster healthy attitudes about sexuality with their tweens.
The Centre for Human Rights, Equity and Inclusion in partnership with the Centre for Sexual Violence, Response, Support & Education hosts an interactive session where participants discuss the issue of misogynoir, which shows how sexism and racism manifest in black women’s lives to create intersecting forms of oppression. Participants explore the detrimental impacts of internalized […]
The Centre for Sexual Violence Response, Support & Education in partnership with Toronto Public Health hosts a session that facilitates discussions among participants to discuss how parents/caregivers can foster healthy attitudes about sexuality with their children and support their needs. Registrants are asked to submit questions and topics they are interested in learning more about […]
Join YU Athletes as they create white ribbons (a global movement of men and boys working to end male violence against women and girls) and purple ribbons (attempts to educate the public that violence against women and children is not culturally acceptable) for the York Community throughout the duration of the week.
The Centre for Sexual Violence Response, Support & Education in partnership with Nellie’s hosts a workshop on healthy dating and relationships for women in university to learn about what healthy relationships look like, how to identify red flags in a relationship, and what to do if they need support. The workshops will be interactive and […]
York Federation of Students Presents Film Screening & Discussion: Join us for a film screening of December 6 directed by Cara Mumford, and Beyond December 6 directed by Catherine Fol, as well as a discussion surrounding the events of the Montreal Massacre. In-person event at Curtis Lecture Hall K Tickets are not required for these […]
Femicide, Intersectionality and the Media. Centering Black and Indigenous women, girls & gender-diverse victims
In person webinar sharing featuring the following panelist: Dr. Tope Adefarakan, Black Femicide Canada Council Elisha Corbett, Native Women’s Association of Canada Dr. Myrna Dawson, Canada Feminicde Observatory for Justice & Accountability Moderation: Nneka MacGregor Opening Remarks: Minister Marci Ien To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Additionally, for folks who attend York University and wish […]
Life can be stressful sometimes, for a variety of reasons. This presentation will focus on understanding what happens when stress leads us to have problems with self-regulation and the ways grounding can be used to help us manage the stress we encounter in our lives. To register, please email email@example.com.
This is an art therapy workshop tailored to support individuals who are involved with community activism and need space to re-center and refocus on their own self-care. No previous art making experience is required to join this workshop. We will be focusing on the art making process and how this can support your self-care practice […]
This support group is a safe space for all York students who have been impacted by sexual violence in some way, to feel supported in their healing. If you are looking to find a sense of community, belonging and support this space is for you. To register for this support group, email firstname.lastname@example.org.