consent

May 07, 2018
This tool was developed by professionals, advocates, and young people with lived experience, and is housed by Anova. HERE'S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS TOOLKIT:Leap21 was created to support a 21st century growing awareness of sexual violence. The intended audience is anyone involved with the child welfare sector in Ontario: young people in and leaving care in Ontario foster parents and anyone who cares for and about youth in care child protection workers The toolkit is designed to encourage reflection, learning, and dialogue. The information and resources are provided to help strengthen...
March 11, 2017
This video was produced by Avalon Sexual Assault Centre. HERE'S HOW THE CREATORS DESCRIBE THIS VIDEO:The I Don't Owe You campaign is a 6-part poster and 4-part video series created by Avalon Sexual Assault Centre. The campaign was developed by local artist Krista Davis. The campaign is meant for educational purposes to spark conversations on entitlement, consent, and bodily autonomy.
March 11, 2017
This video was produced by Avalon Sexual Assault Centre. HERE'S HOW THE CREATORS DESCRIBE THIS VIDEO:The I Don't Owe You campaign is a 6-part poster and 4-part video series created by Avalon Sexual Assault Centre. The campaign was developed by local artist Krista Davis. The campaign is meant for educational purposes to spark conversations on entitlement, consent, and bodily autonomy.
November 28, 2016
This toolkit was published by Planned Parenthood Toronto. HERE'S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS TOOLKIT: “We thought carefully about things we wished we had access to when we were struggling with our identities, or when we were struggling with the erasure, normativity, and violence in our everyday world… It is our hope that this deck finds its way to the hands of young queer and trans folks who might not otherwise have access to supportive communities.” The Affirmations Deck was created by a group of queer and trans youth involved with Planned Parenthood Toronto’s Filling in the Blanks:...
July 14, 2016
This video was produced by Emmeline May and Blue Seat Studios. HERE'S HOW THE CREATORS DESCRIBE THIS VIDEO:This seemingly simple cartoon video unpacks a various serious issue, consent. The video explains what consent means by comparing it to making tea.
May 24, 2016
This factsheet was created by Inuit Tuttarvingat (the Inuit-specific centre of the National Aboriginal Health Organization National Aboriginal Health Organization). In collaboration with regional and national Inuit organizations, an advisory group was formed in 2008, to discuss research ethics protocols and develop informative materials on research ethics. This committee is named Inuit Nipingit – National Inuit Committee on Ethics and Research. This fact sheet explains one very important rule in research: seeking informed consent. It describes what formats consent can take, who can give...
November 30, 2015
This infographic was created by Avalon Sexual Assault Centre. HERE'S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS INFOGRAPHIC:The I Don't Owe You campaign is a 6-part poster and 4-part video series created by Avalon Sexual Assault Centre. The campaign was developed by local artist Krista Davis. The campaign is meant for educational purposes to spark conversations on entitlement, consent, and bodily autonomy.