Fonds 10-030 - Sexual Assault Centre of Brant, Ontario fonds

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Sexual Assault Centre of Brant, Ontario fonds

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CA ON0034 10-030

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  • 1990-1999 (Creation)
    Sexual Assault Centre of Brant

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3 t-shirts

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In 1988 a group of women who sought to provide support to victims of sexual assault at the community level came together to form the Brant Sexual Assault Awareness Committee. They aimed to increase any services that existed for sexual assault victims; educate Brant County residents regarding the extent of sexual assault, and to advocate for the development of local services. In 1990, funding from the Ontario Women's Directorate and Secretary of State enabled a survey to be carried out, the results of which overwhelmingly called for sexual assault services to be established. In 1991 under the NDP government the Sexual Assault Centre of Brant was formed and it continues to offer this support today to women in Brant County who are survivors of sexual violence and to the people who support these survivors. They offer individual and group counselling, public education, advocacy, resources, and accompaniments to the court, police, or hospital. All of their services are open to women 16 and over in Brant County. The crisis line is open to survivors of sexual violence (female or male) or a friend or family member of someone who has experienced sexual violence.

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This fonds consists of three t-shirts created for "Take Back the Night" events in Ontario during the 1990s.

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  • English

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Revised in July 2016

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