These third-party resources will give you a better understanding of various topics surrounding sexual abuse.
Statistics and infographics about sexual assault in Canada, created by the Sexual Assault Centre Hamilton Area (SACHA) in Ontario.
Did you know that free legal support is available for all survivors of sexual violence in NL? This link provides the original press release and contact information, for those looking to avail of this free service.
The American Office of Women’s Health discusses human trafficking, a form of slavery that is common world-wide, including all across North America.
Published by the Government of Canada in 2012, this is Canada’s National Action Plan to combat human trafficking.
The Canadian Women’s Foundation answer their most frequently asked questions surrounding sexual assault and harassment.
As the largest national lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer civil rights organization in the world, Human Rights Campaign (HRC) discuss sexual assault in the LGBTQ community.
Sexual assault can happen to anyone, anywhere, at any time. The Government of Canada has equipped the public with information about how to prevent and deal with the aftermath of sexual assault, while travelling outside of the country.
The American Office of Women’s Health breaks down the exact meaning of sexual coercion, how to respond to it, and how to get help*.
The Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund discuss exactly what constitutes as consent, when discussing sexual assault and Canadian law.
The Canadian Women’s Foundation discuss the impact the #MeToo movement has had in Canada.
** For localized sexual abuse support, please reach out to the NLSACPC.