Workshop on sexual assault
In this workshop, the facilitator addresses the different forms of sexual assault and the notion of consent and attempts to demystify the main misconceptions surrounding sexual assault. At the end of this activity, the objective is for the youth to be able to identify consent, the consequences for the victims and the attitudes that can help them when they receive a confidence. In addition, this workshop aims to develop critical thinking about the models of male-female relationships presented in our society in order to promote egalitarian relationships. We also inform the youth of the different resources available to help victims.
Durée : 1 hour.
Do you see clearly? (Secondary 3)
This workshop supports the analysis of different representations of sexuality in the public space. We will explain how representations of sexuality in the public space can influence one’s own representations, attitudes and behaviours in the area of sexuality. We address the themes of identity, gender roles and stereotypes, and social norms.
Duration: 1 hour.
"Sexual Assault... It Is My Concern!" Workshop (Secondary 3)
The “Sexual Assault... It Is My Concern!” workshop is a way to raise awareness about the active role that everyone can play to prevent or denounce a situation of sexual assault. Using teaching tools, we help people better understand the experiences of victims of sexual assault so they are able to react appropriately when a friend confides in them. The theme is mainly sexual violence and how to act against it, each at our own level.
Duration: 1 hour
"Truth and Consent" Workshop (Secondary 2)
This workshop aims to facilitate a reflection on the impact of myths and misconceptions about sexual assault. It allows youth to better understand the concept of consent and its application in order to recognize a situation of sexual assault. In the absence of consent, it is a sexual assault. The theme is therefore the recognition of what is a sexual assault and provides guidelines for healthy sexual relationships.
Duration: 1 hour
Sexual Assaults (all audiences)
By discussing the forms of sexual assault and the many misconceptions surrounding this issue, our goal is to make adults aware of this type of violence. We go deeper into the experiences of victims by identifying the stages and consequences experienced by the victims. We emphasize the importance of support from loved ones and helpful attitudes. This workshop is intended as a starting point for a reflection on our idea of sexuality in order to develop a critical sense of the sexual stereotypes presented in our society.
Duration: 2 hours.
Sexual assault is my concern! (school counsellors)
This program was created for school counsellors, teaching and non-teaching staff of school service centers who, on a voluntary basis, would like to deepen their knowledge on the issue of sexual violence. The goal of this program is to provide a global understanding of sexual violence so that the school team can contribute to the prevention of this problem and intervene appropriately with all students.
Through this training, we will address the issue of sexual assault, its forms, its extent, its consequences, as well as the myths and misconceptions associated with it. We will also clarify the whole notion of sexual consent, reinforce supportive attitudes and reflect on the role of the educator as an adult concerned with sexual assault.
Duration: ½ day
Workshop for Newcomers
The workshop for newcomers is intended as a concrete means to address healthy egalitarian love relationships versus what society, our cultures, the media and individual opinions convey. We try to show that all these elements can bias the foundations of an egalitarian love relationship and a healthy sexuality. We want to examine the various ways of being in a respectful relationship based on our cultural traditions. We will, of course, discuss sexual assault and the myths and misconceptions that are associated with it.
Duration: 1 hour.