Policy Regarding Sexual Violence (PRVPA-3)
Sexual discrimination, intimidation, harassment and assault are not tolerated at Concordia. The university is a unique environment that consists of an intellectual community with a responsibility for the discovery, creation and sharing of knowledge. University community members can only fulfill these aspirations if there is a broadly shared commitment to create and safeguard a positive learning, working and living environment in which everyone is free from sexual violence.
Concordia is committed to preventing sexual violence and supporting survivors. The Policy Regarding Sexual Violence (PRVPA-3) outlines the process for anyone who wishes to report, disclose or file a complaint of sexual violence. The Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC) provides support and resources to all members of the community who have experienced or been impacted by sexual violence. All members of the community have the responsibility to participate in the mandatory sexual violence awareness and prevention training.
Concordia offers impartial, confidential and independent services to those with concerns about the behaviour of any member of the Concordia community.
If you have experienced — or witnessed — sexual violence or sexual misconduct and would like to make a complaint or report, you are encouraged to contact Concordia’s Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC). You can reach SARC by phone at 514-848-2424, ext. 3353, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are in immediate danger while on campus, contact Campus Security by phone at 514-848-3717 and select option 1.
If you are in immediate danger while off campus, call 911 or contact the police.
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