This clear and effective online training course from Éducaloi is very useful for better understanding critical points about a person’s immigration status and the steps they could take following a sexual assault.
In a somewhat interactive format, this training debunks a number of myths about immigration status and the steps that can be taken following a sexual assault. Divided into six different, easy-to-navigate profiles, the course features detailed explanations as well as contact resources for each type of situation.
Supporting immigrant victims of violence
This training offered by Éducaloi could be useful when assisting a survivor with an immigration status other than citizen. One of the profiles is an international student. Furthermore, as part of your prevention initiatives, the information presented will help you better consider the impact that immigration status can have on the reporting process.
Video training is free. Simply put on your headphones and navigate using the arrows at the bottom of the screen. The six parts can be viewed in any order, with the option of starting them over at any time. The entire course takes between 45 and 60 minutes.
Filing a formal complaint following a crime of a sexual nature remains a personal choice. You should also be aware that certain steps can have a significant impact on a person’s immigration status. That is why it is important to be well informed about what is involved in such a process, both to help the individual and to ensure that you have the tools needed to support them appropriately.
Éducaloi is an organization dedicated to making the law more accessible to the people of Quebec. The website provides videos, documentation and free training courses that simplify and clarify various legal concepts. The aim is to inform the public of their rights and duties.