University Public Documents and Reports (StFX)

Preventing Violence Against Women at St. Francis Xavier University Final Evaluation Report
Preventing Violence Against Women at St. Francis Xavier University Final Evaluation Report
The project, "Preventing Violence Against Women at St. Francis Xavier (StFX) University " was developed as part of a call for proposals for "Engaging Young People to Prevent Violence Against Women on Post Secondary Campuses." The project was a two-year project which ran from April 2012 - July 2014 of the Antigonish Women's Resource Centre and Sexual Assault Services Association (AWRC&SASA). The project was funded by Status of Women Canada.
Preventing Violence against Women at St. Francis Xavier University Project: Policies & Procedures Guide
Preventing Violence against Women at St. Francis Xavier University Project: Policies & Procedures Guide
Preventing Violence against Women at St. Francis Xavier University (a two-year, Status of Women Canada-funded project) has developed a comprehensive and collaborative guide to improving the policies and procedures that address violence against women and gender-based violence on campus.
Preventing Violence against Women at St. Francis Xavier University Project: Policies & Procedures Guide : Appendix
Preventing Violence against Women at St. Francis Xavier University Project: Policies & Procedures Guide : Appendix
Appendix - Final for Preventing Violence against Women at St. Francis Xavier University (a two-year, Status of Women Canada-funded project) has developed a comprehensive and collaborative guide to improving the policies and procedures that address violence against women and gender-based violence on campus.
St. Francis Xavier University Walkabouts (Campus Safety Audits): Results and Recommendations 14th March 2013
St. Francis Xavier University Walkabouts (Campus Safety Audits): Results and Recommendations 14th March 2013
To understand how violence and oppression impacts the safety of everyone on campus and in particular, the needs of various groups who are most affected by violence and oppression, a group of students reached out to the StFX community - students, faculty, and staff - and the Antigonish community to participate in walkabouts (also known as campus safety audits) of the campus. The Student Team, known as UnSilence the Violence, was hired, as part of the larger project Preventing Violence against Women at StFX, to conduct these walkabouts to gather information from their peers and other campus community members.
StFX University Discussion Groups Results and Recommendations: May 7, 2013: UnSilence the Violence Student Team 2012-2013
StFX University Discussion Groups Results and Recommendations: May 7, 2013: UnSilence the Violence Student Team 2012-2013
The purpose of this report is to reflect on how campus community members at St. Francis Xavier University (StFX), primarily students engage in discussions surrounding violence against women and gender-based violence, as it is experienced by individuals and groups on campus and how this violence impacts the entire campus community. Discussion Groups led by Student Team UnSilence the Violence (through the Preventing Violence against Women at StFX Project) were conducted to assess this. This report incorporates the results of surveys completed by Discussion Group participants. The main findings point toward the need to continue to hold such discussions in order to address violence against women and gender-based violence, while also acknowledging that such findings must meet the safety needs of the campus community. Specifically, participants shared suggestions as to how to improve policies, ensuring a safer campus and more openness on the issues surrounding violence against women and gender-based violence on and off campus
StFX University Focus Groups Results and Recommendations: May 7, 2013: UnSilence the Violence Student Team 2012-2013
StFX University Focus Groups Results and Recommendations: May 7, 2013: UnSilence the Violence Student Team 2012-2013
The purpose of this report is to reflect on how campus community members at St. Francis Xavier University (StFX), primarily students, are aware of and understand violence against women (VAW) and gender-based violence (GBV), as it is experienced by individuals and groups on campus and how this violence impacts the entire community. Focus Groups were conducted to assess this.
The Extraordinary: A StFX Newsletter from the Office of the President (2015-12-11)
The Extraordinary: A StFX Newsletter from the Office of the President (2015-12-11)
A StFX Newsletter from the Office of the President of St. Francis Xavier University. First issue, December 11, 2015
The Extraordinary: A StFX Newsletter from the Office of the President. Second Issue (2016-02-11)
The Extraordinary: A StFX Newsletter from the Office of the President. Second Issue (2016-02-11)
A StFX Newsletter from the Office of the President of St. Francis Xavier University. Second issue, February 2016.
The Extraordinary: A StFX Newsletter from the Office of the President. Third Issue (2016-05-11)
The Extraordinary: A StFX Newsletter from the Office of the President. Third Issue (2016-05-11)
A StFX Newsletter from the Office of the President of St. Francis Xavier University. Third issue, May 2016.