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Sexual Violence Framework Consultation: LGBTQ Community Feedback
June 6, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Our Turn and the GSRC have teamed up to hold a separate consultation for the queer community here at Carleton University. This consultation will be to specifically address the needs of the LGBTQ population in regards to the sexual violence framework. CUSA and the GSA Sexual Violence Framework, also known as Our Turn, is an action plan to prevent sexual violence on campus, support survivors, and advocate for better sexual violence policies on campus and beyond. The completed framework will be released in August.
** This consultation will be closed and not recorded to ensure that folks’ privacy will be met, and to ensure that folks will have a supportive environment to express any feedback to the SV framework. This consultation will be held by two individuals on the Sexual Violence Framework Taskforce, a Queer women of colour and a Trans male to ensure that there will be a variety of intersections respected within the consultation.
** Sam, the current Admin Co-ordinator, will be on site and is trained in SV peer support and will be on staff to assist anyone’s needs.
We will going over questions in regards to the Sexual Violence Framework, and needs of the LGBTQ+ community to ensure that the policy is aware of and addresses the needs of the community and those who are often ignored when these conversations are being had.
The event will be held in the Gender and Sexuality Resource Centre (GSRC) on the fourth floor of the University Centre.
However, if you can not make the consultation, please know that there will be anonymous feedback forms in which will be available to send to the folks running the SV Framework and also, there is also the option to email any concerns or questions you may have to their email is SVframework@gmail.com or GSRC@cusaonline.ca.
Accessibility: All of our locations are wheelchair accessible with wheelchair accessible and gender-inclusive washrooms close by. Here is a washroom list for reference (https://carleton.ca/equity/gender-neutral-washrooms). Carleton University is close to the 4, 7, and 111 bus routes, as well as the O-Train. Minimal or scent-free please.
Any questions about the event can be addressed to Sam Richardson, the current Coordinator on staff. They can be reached at 613-560-3723 or firstname.lastname@example.org.