Join is for our harm-reduction 101 workshop. We start with identifying all the things that can go wrong on a night out, and share some tips for how to prevent and respond to them. From substance use to dealing with creepy things happening house parties, pubs or at concerts, we have your back!
This year, we are encouraging our Nipissing community to support Indigenous students through scholarships and bursaries. Your support and generosity will have a meaningful and lasting impact on our students.
Kendra Fisher is a past member of Team Canada’s hockey program, 3x world inline hockey champion, CEO of mentally fit, professional speaker, coach, and author in the making. Kendra shares her journey and struggles with mental health in this inspiring discussion.
Join sexual violence prevention educators from Amelia Rising Sexual Violence Support Centre to learn and understand what luring, grooming and exploitation are, how to identify risk factors and increase our confidence in identifying potentially harmful relationships and what to do if we are worried about someone, and who to reach out to for support.
Monday, January 9, 2023
- Friday, January 13, 2023
Do you know a student who always puts safety first? Who demonstrates safety on and off campus? Who considers safety for themselves and others a priority? Who is always there to help a friend stay safe?
The Intro to Allyship workshop examines the role of intersecting forms of privilege and oppression, discusses how they contribute to sexual violence at its roots, and engages participants in productive dialogue focused on fostering a greater understanding of the many aspects of critical allyship and its practice.
Nipissing University sits on the territory of Nipissing First Nation, the territory of the Anishnabek, within lands protected by the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850.
We are grateful to be able to live and learn on these lands with all our relations.