Sexual Violence Prevention Education Resources

Sexual Violence Prevention Education Resources has been developed to increase educators’ understanding of what is sexual violence and harassment and to raise awareness of how they can be prevented through early education and honest classroom conversations.

Sexual Violence Prevention Education Resources aim to:

  • Develop the confidence and capacity of educators to be role models in building safe and positive spaces in their school communities; and
  • Increase the awareness and understanding of educators of key topics including sexual violence, harassment, consent, healthy relationships, and systems of power that enable violence and discrimination.

    The Sexual Violence Prevention Education Resources are based on the Draw-The-Line campaign and would not be possible without support from our partners:

    In 2017, Ophea recorded webinars (English only) with some of our partners. Go to Ophea’s YouTube Channel to watch their presentations.

    This project is also available in French as "Ressources d’éducation sur la prévention de la violence à caractère sexuel".

    Sexual Violence Prevention Education Resources is funded by the Government of Ontario.

    Third-Party Resouces that can support you 

    Back-to-School Resouces by Egale Canada Human Rights Trust

    The Back-to-School resources allow educators to create inclusive classrooms, whether they be physical or virtual.

    Format: Resources

    Audience: Elementay and Secondary educators

    WRPrevent by White Ribbon

    The WRPrevent resource provides educator resources and lesson plans relating to ending child sexual exploitation

    Format: Resources, Lesson Plans

    Audience: Intermediate and Secondary educators

    The Trap by Government of Ontario

    The Trap is a human trafficking education tool simulates being targeted and recruited by a sex trafficker. It is intended to raise awareness about sex trafficking among youth in middle and high school teaching them what the dangers are, how to avoid them and where to get help. The Trap is designed to be used as part of a facilitated discussion led by an adult.

    Format: Digital Education Tool

    Audience: Intermediate and Secondary educators

     

    WRPrevent by White Ribbon

    The WRPrevent resource provides educator resources and lesson plans relating to ending child sexual exploitation

    Format: Resources, Lesson Plans

    Audience: Intermediate and Secondary educators

    The Trap by Government of Ontario

    The Trap is a human trafficking education tool simulates being targeted and recruited by a sex trafficker. It is intended to raise awareness about sex trafficking among youth in middle and high school teaching them what the dangers are, how to avoid them and where to get help. The Trap is designed to be used as part of a facilitated discussion led by an adult.

    Format: Digital Education Tool

    Audience: Intermediate and Secondary educators