Joshua Grondin | firstname.lastname@example.org Anne Boucher | email@example.com Thursday March 5th, 2018 Full Report: Online Voting Report Preface This is an overview of online voting as it pertains to various elections at the organizational and municipal levels. Based on extensive research and case studies, the University of Toronto Students’ Union (UTSU) recommends the widespread implementation […]
The U-Commute campaign set to release a survey in mid-August 2017, through to mid-September 2017. The survey received over 16 000 responses, with 9946 responses from full-time undergraduate University of Toronto St. George students. Overall, the U-Commute survey saw a 23% response rate from full-time undergraduate University of Toronto St. George students. Read the Report here. […]
We started the year with a Statement of Priorities laying out our goals for the year. The End-Of-Term Report tracks our progress toward those goals. It will also be an important accountability mechanism going forward. Read the Report here. Questions may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ve developed a social media kit for the U4Consent Campaign. Feel free to print posters and use the graphics on social media. Please contact email@example.com if you’d like custom U4Consent graphics made for your group or for an event! Downloads: U4Consent Posters Downloads: U4Consent Social Media
The following principles were employed in the development of the Our Turn National Action Plan. UTSU has adopted these principles in our work to end sexual violence on campus. We encourage other groups doing like work to also employ these guiding principles. Download the Guide: Guiding Principles
The following definitions were employed in the development of the Our Turn National Action Plan. UTSU has adopted these definitions in our work to end sexual violence on campus. The University of British Columbia (UBC) Sexual Assault and Other Misconduct Policy, which defines sexual misconduct as: … any sexual act or act targeting an individual’s […]
Often the first person a survivor discloses their experience of sexual violence to is one that they have a personal relationship with. This could be a friend, significant other or family member. Keeping this in mind, it is important that individuals have a basic understanding of how best to respond to a disclosure appropriately and […]