Are you looking for an easy and effective tool to talk about consent in a positive way? This resource from the Carleton University Sexual Assault Support Center is for you!
This infographic document is available for download in English only. You will find it in the Trainings and Workshops section of the Support Center’s sexual violence prevention webpage. The infographic lists 21 ways to ask for consent, while highlighting the main characteristics of consent and the key elements necessary for mutual positive sexuality.
This information could be incorporated into the sexual violence prevention content shared within your educational institution. The document could simply be printed and distributed within your community, or you could draw inspiration from it to create your own visuals. The positive examples within the infographic could also help initiate reflective discussions in small groups about consent and healthy relationships.
For an equivalent resource in French, consult 30 manières de demander le consentement, an infographic created by the organization AlterHéros, also available on this platform.
Carleton University Sexual Assault Support Centre
The Carleton University Sexual Assault Support Centre is a space at Carleton University dedicated to supporting survivors of sexual violence. The center also offers workshops and trainings throughout their campus.