Sexual violence

Sexual violence is a major problem that should absolutely not be tolerated in our society and, consequently, in higher education institutions. Through its communication campaigns, the QSU wishes to raise awareness and support the student community, but also to direct them to the available resources.
Sexual violence

Support resources

from our member universities

Institutions of higher education are high-risk environments for sexual violence, given the proximity, hierarchy, and role factors involved. In such a context, sexual violence becomes an even more critical issue to address, given the complexity of the context and the risks to the university community.

If you need help, below are helpful resources by university:

Other Resources

Centres désignés d’agression sexuelle

There are designated centers in all regions of Quebec. These centers offer confidential services to victims of sexual assault, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Designated centers are often located in hospital emergency rooms, CLSCs, and clinics. They offer various medical and psychological services to victims. These services are intended for children, teenagers, and women and men who need a health assessment and a medical or forensic examination.

Regroupement québécois des centres d’aide et de lutte contre les agressions à caractère sexuel

The Regroupement québécois des centers d'aide et de lutte contre les agressions à caractère sexuel (RQCALACS) is a non-profit organization that falls under the umbrella of independent community action. The Regroupement brings together the CALACS in order to promote the exchange of expertise between members, to support the search for solutions to curb sexual violence and to ensure the development of feminist intervention services in sexual assault for all women in Quebec.


You have access to the services of a lawyer if you have experienced or witnessed harassment in the workplace or sexual violence in Quebec, regardless of your income, age, immigration status (precarious or not), gender identity or sexual or romantic orientation.

Centre d’aide aux victimes d’acte criminel

Have you been a victim or witness of a crime? Are you a relative of a victim? You can get help. Do not hesitate to contact us!

It doesn't matter: your age, your identity or gender expression, the nature and seriousness of the crime, the time when the crime took place, whether or not the perpetrator was identified, whether or not the victim filed a complaint.

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