Carleton University stands committed to preventing and responding to sexual and gender-based violence. Carleton works with the university community in a variety of ways to help improve the understanding of sexual and gender-based violence and consent, how to support survivors, and provides direct supports to those who have survived sexual and gender-based violence.

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Carleton Launches Consultative Review of Sexual Violence Policy

Carleton University recently launched a broad and inclusive consultation process towards the next iteration of the Sexual Violence Policy. Carleton is committed to being a safe and inclusive community, and it is our shared responsibility to always strive to enhance our efforts towards education, prevention and response to sexual violence. This regular review every three years helps us to ensure our policy is as responsive and supportive as possible.

This policy applies to all members of the university community, whether they are in the university’s learning, living or work environment, on or off campus, or interacting through social or other electronic media.

Carleton welcomes community feedback on any and all aspects of the policy. More information on the consultation process can be found on our consultation website.

National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

On December 6, people from all over Canada will come together to remember the 14 women killed at Polytechnique Montreal in an act of violent misogyny. This year Carleton will honour these women through a commemorative video and promotion of a student group allyship accountability pledge on social media.

We must never forget the dire consequences of gender-based violence.

Learn more about the 16 Days of Activism.

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