June 15: Conversations about Sexual Violence on University Campuses: New Challenges, Novel Solutions

 

June 15 (9am to 5pm) Research Exchange
Atrium Building, Room 340 (the CLARI lab) at Saint Mary’s University

Researchers from across Canada will present a wide range of work on issues related to sexual violence on university campuses.
We will have brief presentations in the morning and structured conversations about the research in the afternoon. 
We hope to create a space for knowledge exchange among researchers, policy-makers, and community activists.

June 15 (7pm to 9pm) A Public Panel and Conversation About Campus Sexual Violence
Sobey Building, Sobey Theatre at Saint Mary’s University

 

Featuring:

Constance Backhouse (Law Professor, University of Ottawa)
Kelley Castle (Dean of Students, Victoria College, University of Toronto)
Farrah Khan ( Coordinator of Ryerson’s Office of Sexual Violence Support and Education)
Diana Swain (CBC's Senior Investigative Correspondent)

 

The event is made possible with the contribution of the following funders
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council; MacEwan University;
Nova Scotia Advisory Council on the Status of Women;
Department of Community Services;
Department of Labour and Advanced Education;
Sobey School of Business, Saint Mary’s University;
Faculty of Arts, Saint Mary’s University;
Department of Sociology and Criminology, Saint Mary’s University