Accountability and Repairing Relationships: Two-Part Workshop

October 22, 2021 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

*Note: This session has passed. Please view the recording and resources below.

This two-part workshop is designed to support B.C. post-secondary institutions with the delivery of the recently released Accountability and Repairing Relationships: Training and Facilitation Guide for preventing and responding to sexual violence.

Part 1: October 22, 2–3:30 p.m.
This session will introduce participants to the foundations of the Accountability and Repairing Relationships resource. We will touch on strategies to prepare for delivery of the training, introduce response-based practice ideas, and provide time for questions, reflection, and discussion. Archives and resources for Part 1 can be found below. 

Part 2: October 29, 2-­3:30 p.m.
This session will start with overview of the Accountability and Repairing Relationships training modules and share feedback we have received to date. We will then guide participants through a reflective activity about working with people who have caused harm, and we’ll end with space for discussion about peer connection and moving the work forward. Note: Attendees have the option to attend both or one of these workshops; however, we recommend you attend both when possible.


Meaghan Hagerty (she/her) has a master of science in global health and is currently a doctoral student in community engagement, social change, and equity at UBC Okanagan. Between these degrees, Meaghan worked at Thompson Rivers University in roles connected to wellness and sexualized violence prevention and response. To balance out homework (or as procrastination tools), Meaghan likes to get outside, plan hypothetical trips for the future, watch the Bachelor and The Bachelorette with a running feminist critique, and spend time with her people and their dogs.

Amber Huva (she/her) is on parental leave until November 2021 from her position at Thompson Rivers University as sexualized violence prevention and response manager. Previous to being in this role on campus, Amber worked in community with women and children fleeing violence as well as with youth and adults experiencing homelessness, poverty, and concerns around mental health and substance use. Amber has a master’s degree in social work and has been in the field for close to 15 years. This year Amber grew a pandemic veggie garden, and it was marvellous. When she’s not busy caring for small kiddos or watching Netflix, she likes getting out to paddle and hike.


Part 1:

Accountability and Repairing Relationships: Part One (Slides) (PDF)

Part 2:

Accountability and Repairing Relationships Part Two (Slides) (PDF)