To keep you informed, here are some highlights of changes and updates made to Clicklaw in November and December:
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The 2019 project “Sexual Assault Reporting Options: Increasing Access for Women with Disabilities” produced the following new resources:
- I’ve Been Sexually Assaulted: Who Can I Tell? – This help sheet will explain who to talk to–or who to report to–if you have been sexually assaulted.
- I’ve Been Sexually Assaulted: Who Can I Tell? (video) – A sign language and captioned video on sexual assault reporting options in BC.
- Inclusive Communication, Outreach, and Engagement – This checklist is for community-based Victim Services, and all community programs and services that help survivors of sexual assault. Focusing on supporting Indigenous women living with disabilities and a diversity of women with disabilities.
Reviewed & updated Common Questions
Common Questions help narrow down the resources people should start with. Do you get asked the same questions over and over again by your clients? Send your suggestions to editor[@]clicklaw.bc.ca