Section 3: Accountability & Justice
This training is intended to be delivered either one-on-one or in small groups. Ideally, this training will be delivered in-person as this allows for greater opportunity for connection and relationship building between facilitators and learners, greater engagement between learners, and more opportunities for facilitators to check for comprehension.
This training has been designed for synchronous delivery; however, it could be adapted by individual institutions to deliver asynchronously.
This training requires a minimum of four 60-90 minute sessions. It can also be delivered in longer sessions (e.g., two hour sessions) or over a longer period of time (e.g., six sessions instead of four). Additional time would allow for deeper discussion, reflection, and skill practice. There are a number of additional or optional activities that can be included or adapted for the audience. As well, this training can be combined with other training on sexual violence prevention such as bystander intervention.
It is strongly recommended that facilitators go through material in the order that it is presented here and that they plan to spend at least 90 minutes in each module. It is recommended that there are at least a few days between sessions for learners to process the materials. This training requires a good working relationship between the facilitator(s) and learner(s) and a respectful and safe learning environment. It is ideal to have the same facilitator(s) for all the modules.
|Session 1||Foundational Knowledge
|Session 2||Understanding Harm: Impact and Responses
|Session 3||Building Better Relationships
|Session 4||Repair and Accountability After Harm