Respect • Educate • Empower Survivors
We hear you.
If you have experienced sexual violence know that it is not your fault and you are not alone.
Sexual violence on campus is prevalent at universities and colleges around the world.
For the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, we partnered with students and anti-violence activists from colleges and universities to raise awareness, promote change, and above all, support survivors. Our campaign this year is about the power in sharing our stories.
Why might I consider sending an Anonymous Report?
Sometimes survivors do not wish to make a report to police or participate in an investigation and complaints process with their post-secondary institution. An Anonymous Report allows survivors to have their voice heard and their experience acknowledged anonymously, without making a formal report.
Anonymous online reporting will be available from November 25 to December 31 for campus sexual violence.
Thank you to the campus survivors, students and activists for inspiring us with your courage and commitment.
REES values relationships and collaboration. We work together with our partners to develop options for survivors that are trauma-informed and survivor-centred.
REES values transparency and accountability. Data only matters if we do something with it. We promote leadership on issues relating to sexual violence, advocate for change and continue to create new pathways for engagement.
REES exists to make social change. We are creating new and innovative spaces for survivors to share their stories.
“If you can’t measure it,– Peter Drucker
you can’t change it.”