OSVRSE Materials and Resources

Learn more about sexual violence prevention by exploring the following resources: 

Promotional Starter Kit 

Help raise awareness and spread the word about consent, sexual violence prevention, and the available support resources on campus by requesting our free Starter Kit. Whether you have a classroom, office or student space, this free package is for you.

Kits can include: posters, resource pens, water bottles, handouts, pamphlets, bookmarks, magnets and more! Packages are available for student groups, faculty and staff.

Email osvrse [at] mcgill.ca (subject: Promotional%20Starter%20Kit%20-%20Order) today to customize and order your kit! Just let us know what quantity of each material you would like and when you plan on dropping by our office to pick up your order.

*Drop-off of the kit can be included in the request, if specified. 

OSVRSE Newsletter

Every first of the month, the OSVRSE sends out a comprehensive newsletter detailing upcoming events, volunteer opportunities, community resources, and more! Get the latest information by signing up for our newsletter.

Make sure to "whitelist" our emails so that they do not appear in your spam folder. 

We are always interested in learning more about the great initiatives taking place in our community and beyond. Email us at osvrse [at] mcgill.ca if you have any suggestions for additions to our newsletter.

Teaching-Staff Toolkit

The classroom is a key space where Teaching Staff can foster a more inclusive, supportive and compassionate learning environment. The Toolkit describes a number of strategies that can be used in and outside of the classroom, to prevent different forms of sexual violence on our campuses and to support people impacted. Awareness and action are key to preventing sexual and gender-based violence on university campuses.

In this PDF icon Faculty Toolkit, 6 strategies are identified to help address and prevent sexual and gender-based violence in our community.


Help raise awareness and spread the word about consent, sexual violence prevention, and the available support resources on campus by downloading digital editions of our office handouts, found here:

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