At Humber we work to challenge negative behaviours, attitudes and beliefs about sexual and gender-based violence. By doing so, we hope to reinforce Humber’s commitment to student safety and promote a campus culture in which there is ZERO tolerance for sexual and gender-based violence. Some of the major interventions will be launched during September and will continue throughout the year. Please keep referring back to our website for updates and additional information.


You can be part of this important work in the following ways:


  • Res night @ LinX Lounge

    • September 1 @ 8:00pm-10:00pm
      Come out to the LinX Lounge and meet the Consent is Sexy Crew while enjoying music.


    • North: September 8, 2016 @ 7:00pm (Gym)
      Lakeshore: September 8, 2016 @ 4:30pm (A-building)

      • Can I Kiss You
        Can I Kiss You?

        Can I Kiss You is a presentation which will be led in Orientation by Mike Domitrz, and aims to provide students with skills for addressing Consent, Bystander Intervention and Supporting Survivors of Sexual Assault. Through his role-playing with audience members and his portrayal of intriguing characters on stage, Mike turns what is often labeled as a "silent" issue into an engaging and thought-provoking event. FREE event for Humber Students. **Special Thanks to the Centre for Human Rights, Equity & Diversity, Residence Life and Athletics for this event.

  • The Consent Is Sexy Consensual Lemonade Stand @ Streetfest

    • Join us on September 7 @ 3:00-6:00pm in the LRC Courtyard (North Campus) for free lemonade, live music, and fun games! Challenge your friends to inflatable games such a Connect 4 and bowling. We’ll also be giving away free swag and will have booths from various Humber campus services. A street fest isn’t complete without some yummy treats such as popcorn and ice cream (FREE while supplies last!). Performing at the event will be Toronto indie band, Ready the Prince ( Visit the orientatiion website for more information.

  • Hawk Fest

    • September 19 @ 5:30pm-8:30pm, Athletics, North campus. Hawk Fest is an opportunity for students to learn about the many resources on campus available to them, in addition to learning about the various Athletics opportunities such as using the gym, swimming pool and joining extra and intramural games and varsity teams.

  • Take Back the Night

    • September 28 @ 6:30pm, North campus, LRC Concourse. Humber College and the Centre for Human Rights, Equity & Diversity invite you to Take Back the Night March. Everyone is encouraged to march! Guest speaker: Natalie Elisha, LGBTQ+ Resource Coordinator, Humber College. Shuttle bus available between the Lakeshore and North Campuses. If you require childcare services, please register by emailing us.


  • #WeDontStandBy pledge

    Pledge to help end sexual violence on campus

    Help create a caring, supportive community – make your personal pledge to help end sexual violence on campus.


    We Don't Stand By
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    This video represents the key message in our campaign, showing that as a community, #WeDontStandBy but rather stand up to Sexual Violence. It will be aired on social media and run on circulation throughout the screens on all campuses.


    Consent is Sexy
    Consent is Sexy

    Consent is Sexy is a Sexual Rights Awareness campaign, targeting students in High Schools, Colleges and Universities. It promotes the awareness and practice of respect, consent and open discussion; responsible, safer sex; sexual health and emotional well-being; and gender equality and equality of rights in relationships.


     Is like Tea

    "Tea Consent" - This clip humorously displays the various ways sex without consent can occur and solutions to address it. It will be aired on social media, Humber/HSF TV & at Orientation events.


    Who Will You Help?

    #WhoWillYouHelp, a PSA by the Ontario government, will be promoted on all social media streams.



    • The program teaches bystanders how to safely intervene in instances where an incident may be occurring or where there may be risk. Through in-depth discussion of issues and role-playing of common violence scenarios, participants come to understand how they play a part in proactively preventing sexual and relationship violence, how they can help survivors get the help and support they need, and how they can contribute to the creation of a campus climate that reflects a commitment to safety for all. Read More »

      • REGISTER HERE -  STUDENT Sessions:
        • September 28 @ 4:00-6:00pm, D109 (North)
        • September 29 @ 4:00-6:00pm, A170 (Lakeshore)
  • RAPE.AGGRESSION.DEFENCE (Course), *Dates forthcoming

    • R.A.D Training is a basic self-defense course offered to all women in the Humber community by members of the Department of Public Safety. The course is open to all women for free. The R.A.D. system of personal safety education involves:

      • a practical blend of threat avoidance strategies
      • real world assault resistance tactics for women