WIN: Government choosing to address gender-based violence issue that affects campus safety

Unfortunately, gender-based violence on post-secondary campuses is a big problem. In fact, 4 in 5 female undergraduate students report being a victim of dating violence and 29% report having experienced sexual assault.

CASA advocates for post-secondary institutions to establish stand-alone sexual assault policies and has presented to the Committee on the Status of Women on this subject. CASA was pleased to see government take a step forward on this issue, by investing $100.9 million to establish a National Strategy to Address Gender-Based Violence.

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The Canadian Alliance of Student Associations advocates for better post-secondary education and, with its Quebec partnership, represents 350,000 students nation-wide. L'Alliance canadienne des associations étudiantes défend les intérêts des étudiant(e)s.
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WIN: Government choosing to address gender-based violence issue that affects campus safety
WIN: Government choosing to address gender-based violence issue that affects campus safety
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