MSU Sexual Violence Policies & Procedures Review - Survey
The systematic review of the policies, practices, and procedures of the Maroons, as well as the MSU as a whole as they relate to sexual violence and response, will be led by Karen Bridgman-Acker of HRProactive.

Please answer as honestly and thoroughly as possible. Recommendations gathered as a result of data from this survey will not include names of individuals and will be aggregate in nature.

All responses will go directly to Karen, who can also be reached at karen@hrproactive.com. Please note, she will be out of the office between May 9th-29th, but will be reviewing the survey information collected upon her return. We ask for further contact information so she may follow up with you regarding statements and concerns. Follow-up may be done via phone, email, or she can meet with you in person anywhere within the Hamilton area (on campus or off).

Please tell me about your role within the McMaster community, the MSU, or within the Maroons team. *
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What do you think is meant by a “culture of sexual assault” or a “rape culture" (as it pertains to McMaster, the McMaster Students Union, and the Maroons team)? *
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Please review this excerpt from current policy: “All members of the University Community (“Community Members”) have a right to study, work, and live in an environment that is free of Sexual Violence. Sexual Violence means any sexual act or act targeting a person’s sexuality, gender identity or gender expression whether the act is physical or psychological in nature, that is committed, threatened or attempted against a person without a person’s consent, and includes sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, indecent exposure, voyeurism and sexual exploitation. b) Consent is defined as approval, given freely, willingly, and knowingly by each participant to sexual activity. It must be given through ongoing communication by words or actions, or both. It occurs continuously and moment to moment. Consent cannot be assumed. Consent cannot be given if a person's ability to resist or consent is impaired. Consent may be compromised where individuals are in a position of power, trust and/or authority over the person whose consent is required”. Please explain your experience with the MSU/Maroons in relation to this policy statement. *
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Please review this excerpt from McMaster’s Policy on Discrimination and Harassment of McMaster University: "Harassment means engagement in a course of vexatious comment or conduct that is known or ought reasonably to be known to be unwelcome. "Vexatious" comment or conduct is comment or conduct made without reasonable cause or excuse. Harassment includes Sexual and/or Gender-Based Harassment and Workplace Sexual Harassment". Explain your experience with the MSU/Maroons in relation to this policy statement. *
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Is there anything else you would like to add or wish for me to know? *
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