Section 3: Consent & Sexual Violence Training Guide
- Decolonizing the Roots of Rape Culture: reflections on consent, sexual violence and university campuses. (podcast and paper) (Sarah Hunt, 2016) A discussion about how Indigenous approaches to consent, self-determination and healing from intergenerational trauma and ongoing colonial violence can be integrated into anti-violence work on campuses.
- International Student Safety Guide, MOSAIC. Available in multiple languages.
- “Is that Legal? What the law says about online harassment and abuse” [PDF], West Coast Leaf Education and Action Fund (2017)
- The Law of Consent in Sexual Assault, Women’s Legal Education & Action Fund (2020)
- “Maya’xala and Namwayut”, Jewell Gillies (BCcampus, 2021) This short video (less than 3 minutes) with Jewell Gillies discusses Indigenous perspectives on community and caring for each other.
- Plain Language Best Practices: Sexualized Violence Policies and Procedures: A Model for BC Post-secondary Institutions, West Coast Editorial Associates (BCcampus)
- Red Women Rising: Indigenous Women Survivors in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside [PDF] (2019)
- Tea Consent (video), Emmeline May and Blue Seat Studios (2015)
- Understanding Rape Culture [PDF] (infographic), Violence Against Women Learning Network, Western University