Draw The Line Campaign

Draw The Line

What is Draw The Line?

"Action ontarienne contre la violence faite aux femmes (AOcVF) and the Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres (OCRCC) produced a dynamic sexual violence prevention campaign. In developing the campaign, they consulted extensively with service providers, grassroots organizations, advocates and survivors. The intent was to create a campaign that represents the ethnic, linguistic, cultural, sexual, economic, and geographic diversity of Ontario.

The result? Draw-The-Line.ca (DTL)

'Draw The Line' is an interactive campaign that aims to engage Ontarians in a dialogue about sexual violence. The campaign challenges common myths about sexual violence and equips bystanders with information on how to intervene safely and effectively.

It is our hope that 'Draw the Line' will educate Ontarians on how to spot sexual violence and empower them to make a difference.” - From DTL Site 

Visit the Draw the Line website to learn more about this campaign.

Draw The Line - Nishnawbe Aski Nation

A community member has been texting your friend inappropriate messages.

Do you tell someone?

Draw The Line - Transphobic Graffiti

Degrading graffiti about a trans student appears on a washroom stall.

Do you report it?

Draw the Line at UWindsor

Draw the Line campaign has been present on the UWindsor campus since 2018. In previous years, Draw the Line posters and postcards were displayed on campus. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have shifted to online delivery. You can find Draw the Line on our social media during the first part of the Winter semester. 

Draw the Line - Anxiety With Interpreter

Your friend seems anxious around her interpreter.

Do you check in with her?

Draw the Line - Athlete Misconduct

A teammate on your school sports team is accused of sexual misconduct. 

Do you still cheer him on?

Contact Us

Anne Rudzinski

For questions about the Draw the Line campaign at UWindsor, contact Anne (She/Her)