We acknowledge with respect the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations and the Lekwungen-speaking peoples from Songhees and Esquimalt Nations, and the WSÁNEĆ peoples on whose lands the Evaluating SV Training and Resources: A Toolkit for Post-Secondary Institutions was created.
This toolkit was a collaboration between the public post-secondary institutions of British Columbia, Grounded Thoughts Therapy & Consulting, BCcampus, and the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training.
We would like to thank the SV Training and Resources Community of Practice and the core development team who contributed to the toolkit, including:
|Amy Baylis||Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training|
|Ashley Bentley||Capilano University|
|Bryanna Anderson||University of the Fraser Valley|
|Chantelle Spicer||Simon Fraser University|
|CJ Rowe||Simon Fraser University|
|Danielle Landeta-Gauthier||British Columbia Institute of Technology|
|Greg Mather||University of the Fraser Valley|
|Kenya Rogers||University of Victoria|
|Sasha Wiley-Shaw||University of British Columbia|
|Patrick Bourke||Kwantlen Polytechnic University|
|Tashia Kootenayoo||University of British Columbia – Okanagan|
|Tasnim Nathoo||Grounded Thoughts Therapy & Consulting|
We acknowledge the Ending Violence Association of BC (EVA BC) for leadership and consultation throughout this project, with a special thank you to:
- Kate Rossiter, Research & Projects Manager
- Nour Kachouh, Training Manager
Finally, we acknowledge the readers of this toolkit, who are bravely taking steps to evaluate and to improve their own training and resources around sexual violence and misconduct for the safety of all post-secondary students in British Columbia.
We acknowledge BCcampus and the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training for funding and managing this project.