Our purpose is to help universities and colleges in Nova Scotia to
- increase their ability to prevent sexual violence
- share the CAPSAP study results with the community
- support survivors in culturally sensitive and anti-racist ways
If you are a care provider, you can learn how students of diverse cultures and genders think and feel about their universities’ responses to sexual assault.
Find perspectives on sexual assault policyGo back
If you oversee sexual assault policies, you can audit your own policies and learn ways to improve.
View recommendations for service providersGo back
If you are a survivor or supporting family or a friend, you can get help, and figure out what to do next.
Watch the understanding sexual assault policies video
Read the Supporting Survivors Guide
If you need immediate help, see the Get Help Now buttonGo back
Culture and Perspectives on Sexual Assault Policy (CAPSAP) is a study conducted at 4 universities in Nova Scotia to gather diverse student perspectives on university sexual assault or sexual violence policies.
Thank you to our funding partners: