In late March 2018, the Peterborough Police Service, Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre and community partners launched a new resource: www.survivortoolkit.ca. This online resource will help survivors, their family and friends, and community service organizations gain a better understanding of what services are available and how they...

Fleming College, Trent University and their student associations are encouraging communication around sexual consent through a new campaign aimed at post-secondary students and the public. The campaign #DoYouTalkConsent? is a partnership between Fleming, Trent, the Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre, and PARN-Your Community AIDS Resource Network, ,...

The Back-to-School season is upon us and for the Centre, it's a time to recognize that women between 15 and 24 years of age are at highest risk of sexual violence, including sexual harassment and assault. In addition, indigenous women, women of colour and people...

In solidarity with all members of the Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres, we share this statement: In 2014, when allegations of violence against women were first brought against Jian Ghomeshi, many responded with disbelief: he “sounded plausible and open,”[1] Globe and Mail’s Margaret Wente admitted...