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Prevent

Preventing sexual violence before it occurs through education, pro-social bystander intervention, and social change.

Building a culture of consent and sex education.

Empowering bystanders to intervene to prevent sexual assault.

Facilitating positive social change on our campus.


Bystander A UWindsor Initiative to End Sexual Violence

The Bystander Initiative is one of our UWindsor initiatives to end sexual violence. Through this program, students can take a 3-hour workshop, Bringing in the Bystander®, or take one of our courses on sexual violence prevention. 

To learn more about Bystander, check out their website: 
www.uwindsor.ca/bystander-firstyear

Follow Bystander on social media at: 

Instagram: @bystander_uwindsor

Facebook: The Bystander Initiative

Twitter: @UWINBystander

Contact Bystander at: bystander@uwindsor.ca or reach out to Dr. Frances Cachon at: mfcachon@uwindsor.ca


The Sexual Wellness and Consent Committee

The Sexual Wellness & Consent Committee represents the educational efforts of the Office of Sexual Violence Prevention, Resistance, and Support.

Follow us on social media to learn more about our upcoming workshops and events:

Instagram: @preventresistsupport

Facebook: (TBD)

Tik Tok: @preventresistsupport

Check out our podcast, Prevent Resist Support on your favourite podcast app, or visit our Anchor site here:

Prevent Resist Support on Anchor

Contact the Sexual Wellness and Consent Committee by reaching out to Anne at: arudzins@uwindsor.ca


Needs Assessment through the Office of Sexual Violence Prevention, Resistance, and Support

The Office of Sexual Violence Prevention, Resistance, and Support conducts Needs Assessments in the UWindsor community, with a focus on sexual misconduct, consent, and boundaries.

If you would like to learn more about Needs Assessments, contact Dr. Dusty Johnstone at: svsupport@uwindsor.ca or Anne at: arudzins@uwindsor.ca


Dr. Frankie Cachon

To learn more about the Bystander Initiative, contact Dr. Frances Cachon:

mfcachon@uwindsor.ca

Anne Rudzinski

To learn more about the Sexual Wellness & Consent Committee or the Needs Assessment Projects, contact Anne Rudzinski:

arudzins@uwindsor.ca