Level 1 Prevention, also known as Primary Prevention, refers to approaches that take place before sexual violence has occurred to prevent initial perpetration. SHARE believes that a community- based approach to preventing sexual violence is theconsidered to be most effective in creating a safer campus for everybody. Although a lot of work is done by […]

SHARE answers your questions about consent Last week we started a conversation about consent, defining it as permission for something to happen or an agreement to do something. This week, we continue the conversation and answer three questions: Isn’t continuous consent awkward? How does consent apply in the cyber world? And finally, what about consent […]

Yes, 96 per cent of Canadians believe all sexual activities should be consensual, but only one in three Canadians actually understand what giving consent means, according to a 2015 study from the Canadian Women’s Foundation. What is consent? Consent is permission for something to happen, or an agreement to do something. It is required when […]

Introducing a new weekly column from the Wellness Centre Under the umbrella of the department of student affairs at Mount Allison, SHARE is a service devoted to educating, helping and supporting students who have experienced gender-based violence such as sexual assault, sexual harassment, homophobia, transphobia or intimate partner violence. The SHARE team consists of advisor […]