Through our press release, open letters and media pieces we work to raise awareness of of the existence of sexual violence, and the importance of believing and supporting survivors. We aim to highlight the effects of rape culture, and also celebrate community change.
We must believe women when they come forward to discuss their abuse.
SAN has been articulated concern about the Canadian Forces' inaction regarding the external recommendations put forward which spoke to a culture which condones sexual violence
A letter to Jarrett Lopez, Executive Director of Aficionado Studios on the consequences your promotional video for Frosh Week 2014 has on youth safety and sexual violence.
An Open Letter to the men involved in the recent rape culture incident at Ottawa U
SAN’s Open Letter regarding striking Carleton University Safety Officers and Rape Culture
SAN has started to train music festival volunteers and staff in bystander intervention. We are looking to make these spaces fun and safe.