The Consent Awareness and Sexual Education Club is a feminist anti-racist club at the University of Calgary that seeks to educate young Calgarians about consent as a means of sexual assault prevention. We believe that preventative measures focusing on potential perpetrators are more effective than preventative measures focusing on potential victims. We hope to educate the public as well as University of Calgary students about what consent is – and help foster an environment where consent is requested and respected in sexual relationships. Read more about our approach here.
Sexual Assault Prevention Tips
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A call for submissions from one of our members for their
new book, True. Read More.
CBE trustees to explore sexual consent instruction.
CASE Comments on the inclusion of consent-based education in CBE SexEd Curriculum. Read More.
Committee formed to revise the University of Calgary's
25-year-old sexual harassment policy
CASE instigates creation of committee tasked with providing recommendations to the Provost by May 2015. 01.29.15. Read More.
CASE comments on importance of consent education in the Calgary Journal
CASE comments on importance of consent & MRU's new dating violence prevention program Stepping Up. 01.29.2014. Read More.
SAIT aims to bring bystander intervention training to campus bar, the Gateway
Following the U of C's lead, SAIT follows suit in making campus bar a safer space. 01.05.15. Read More.