I had a culture shock
Yeah, so, for me, I think it’s different because I had a culture shock when I moved here. Because, back home, [...] our culture is very touchy and very, [...] I don’t know how to say it. [...] Around our friends, we are very - for example, when I moved here, the thing we do is we give two kisses when we say hi to someone. But when I was doing this here, people looked at me like I was trying to - you know! So it was a really, really big culture shock for me. I think getting to know more about the sexual violence policy, if I was a man, I don’t know if people would react differently - so, yeah, it’s really good to know about the sexual violence policy, to be honest.
Engage in activities to develop cultural responsiveness as it pertains to sexual violence prevention and response. Apply culturally responsive practices in these areas.
Consider how a student's identities might affect their expectations and concerns when accessing supports following a sexual assault, or when involved in a sexual assault investigation.
Deliver accessible education about Canadian sexual assault laws, including how they work, and the ways they tend to fail survivors in practice.
Use multiple formats to deliver accessible education about the SV/SA policy during orientation and at least once per semester