From 2014 to 2021, the Atwater Library and Computer Centre is conducting an important project funded by Status of Women Canada aimed at preventing and eliminating cyberviolence against girls and young women. Cyberviolence (e.g. cyberbullying, internet luring and cyberstalking) and sexual violence are complex problems that requires nuanced and multi-pronged approaches. There is a pressing
Yearly Archives: 2019
Context We are conducting an important three-year project funded by Status of Women Canada addressing the issue of rape culture. Our project focuses on partnerships with colleges/CEGEPs to develop policy solutions, pedagogical strategies and knowledge mobilization approaches that respond to this problem. We believe that college campuses are an important point of engagement in addressing
Content Warning: These articles include descriptions of sexual assault. This brilliant NPR investigation shines a light on people with disabilities and how sexual assault affects them. Most importantly, it debunks myths about how sexual assaults affects people with disabilities and raises awareness within the general public.
PB&J tackles bullying and questions teenage stereotypes If you are looking for a fun theatre show to spark discussion with your kids about identity, stereotypes and bullying this summer, this St-Ambroise FRINGE Festival production is the one for you! Presented at the MainLine theatre this June, PB&J is a Québécois youth theatre adaptation of the cult