Facts and statistics about dating violence
At the Canadian Women’s Foundation, our vision is for all women in Canada to live free from violence.
Sexual assault and harassment are persistent forms of violence against women that are rooted in gender inequality.
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In the 16-minute movie geared toward teens, Natalie suffers the cycle of physical and emotional abuse by her boyfriend Alex.
There are numerous statistics, studies, and facts about cohabiting couples.
In fact, sexual assault is the only violent crime in Canada that is not declining.
Its impact goes far beyond survivors; dealing with the aftermath of sexual assault costs Canadians billions of dollars every year. Sources FOR MEDIA INQUIRIES, PLEASE CONTACT: Stacey Rodas, Manager of Public Relations and Online Engagement Canadian Women's Foundation 504-133 Richmond St.
Many bullying studies revealed that students who are part of a minority group of students based on their gender, race, socioeconomic status as well as sexual preference are reasons other students use to harass and cyber bully one another.
Bullying is becoming more and more frequent among today’s youth in locations like school and online, according to recent bullying statistics.
There are different types of bullying of which bullying statistics reveal almost half of all students have experienced.
Since the vast majority of sexual assault isn’t reported to police, both police-reported data and self-reported data from social surveys help to establish its scope. To avoid sexual assault, shouldn't women take responsibility for their own safety and avoid drinking too much or meeting up with strangers? Why would someone sexually assault or harass a woman? How do you know if someone is consenting to sexual activity? What's the difference between sexual assault and sexual harassment? If someone is being sexually assaulted or harassed, why don't they just speak up? Why would someone stay in touch with an abuser after being sexually assaulted? Why are so few sexual asssaults reported to police? W, Toronto, ON, M5H 2L3 416.365.1444 extension 240 [email protected] Bill C-46: Records Applications Post-Mills, A Caselaw Review, Statistics on Sexual Assault, Government of Canada, Department of Justice, 2002, Available at: Sexual Assault in Canada: Law, Legal Practice and Activism, 2012, Sexual Assault and Disabled Women, by Fran Odette, p. Available:  Progress on Women’s Rights: Missing in Action, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 2014.
This fact sheet answers some frequently asked questions about sexual assault and harassment in Canada. 186, Available at: Sexual Assault in Canada, Shannon Brennan and Andrea Taylor-Butts, Department of Justice Statistics, Statistics Canada, 2008. Alcohol-Related Sexual Assault: A Common Problem among College Students. Available at: https://  A Social Constructivist approach to Understanding the Relationship Between Masculinity and Sexual Aggression, Psychology of Men & Masculinity, Murnen, Sarah K, 2015, Available at:  FHRITP phenomenon: CBC journalists share 'mortifying' experiences, 2015, Available at:  Tonic Immobility as an evolved predator defense, Implications for sexual assault survivors, Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 2008, Available at: