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Alberta’s publicly funded post-secondary institutions are gathering perspectives from post-secondary students to assist them in implementing new strategies to address gender-based violence on campus.
Student feedback will provide valuable, Alberta-specific data to help institutions build on the significant progress they made over the past year to update gender-based violence policies and bring awareness to gender-based violence.
Enhancing campus safety and updating and strengthening gender-based violence policies on Alberta’s campuses is an important initiative under the Alberta 2030: Building Skills for Jobs Strategy.
Survey open until February 28, 2023
Results under review
Who is listening
Ministry of Advanced Education
Post-secondary students were invited to complete a campus climate survey by February 28, 2023, to share their attitudes and experiences with gender-based violence, as well as their awareness of resources and supports on campus.
The survey was developed by a working group representing all of Alberta’s 26 publicly funded post-secondary institutions.
A final report with results from the survey is expected to be complete in July 2023.
Student feedback will help post-secondary institutions better understand their current climate on campus and inform potential new strategies to address gender-based violence and enhance student safety.
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Last updated: February 21, 2023