OSVPER workshops engage the MacEwan community in critical thinking and dialogue about contemporary social issues and inspires social change by providing opportunities for learning, skill-sharing and community-building. This diverse programming, led by MacEwan community members, is scheduled throughout the fall and winter terms.
The Annual Student Research Forum and Award recognizes the outstanding student research and creative work being done on this issue across campus. If you have written a paper, project or creative work on the topic of sexual violence for any of your courses at MacEwan University, we invite you to apply for the award and present your work. A call for applications is issued each year, usually in the Winter term.
MacEwan Anti-Violence Education Network (MAVEN) is a team of MacEwan students who have completed 48 hours of training on the topic of sexual violence prevention and workshop facilitation. MAVEN Peer Educators are available to deliver class-length (either 50-minute or 80-minute workshops) on the topic of sexual violence and consent from late October until April.
SVPEC is a steering committee comprised of University administrators, faculty, staff and students. The committee builds, implements and maintains a coordinated and cohesive approach to sexual violence education, awareness and prevention in order to effectively address sexual violence at the University.
The Office of Sexual Violence Prevention, Education and Response and University Students Offering Leadership on Violence Elimination (U-SOLVE) host an outreach booth (staffed or unstaffed) for events on campus that features information, handouts, resources and swag. To include a booth at your event, contact the Sexual Violence Prevention and Education Coordinator.