Moving Forward Together – Honouring Consent (June, 2021)

Addressing Sexualized Violence within B.C. Post-Secondary Communities

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Warning: This section may contain language, images, or content that you may find disturbing; the subject matter is highly sensitive and can be triggering to those who have experienced trauma.


All Sessions will start in the Main room each day.

View the full schedule here


This event will be Emceed by the following:

  • Day One – Kenya Rogers
  • Day Two – Anna-Elaine Rempel
  • Day Three – Jennifer Jordan

Read their bios here

Code of Conduct and Positive Spaces Guidelines

If you would like to make a Code of Conduct report, please email and a representative at BCcampus will contact you immediately to start the report in a private setting.  

Also note, our Positive Spaces Guidelines are in place for the event.

Counselling Services

We are pleased to offer counselling services during the event through Skylark Counselling Clinic’s, Danielle Holtjer. Danielle Holtjer graduated with a Masters in Counselling Psychology from Adler University, and completed their Bachelor in Psychology from UBC. Danielle received their EMDR certificate, Critical Incident Stress Management certificate, and Childhood Sexual Abuse Certificate from the Justice Institute of BC, as well as completing DBT training, Sensory Motor classes, and others.

Danielle has worked in the counselling field for the last 10 years. She’s supervised practicum students, taught Master’s level classes on anger management, trauma, and counselling skills. She has worked for a local health authority as a concurrent disorders clinician, worked as a clinical consultant enhancing clinical documentation systems.

Counselling services will be available from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm each day of the event. If you would like to speak with our counsellor, please join the room below.

External Care Options

The Government of BC provides care and hotlines available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through the Here2Talk and VictimLinkBC sites.

ASMR Space

During the event, we will provide an Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) space for you to privately use. Autonomous sensory meridian response is a pleasant, relaxing, tingly sensation prompted by certain sights or sounds, like whispering or tapping. Not everyone experiences ASMR, but those who do find it very soothing. This space will provide ASMR stimuli to help you find peace and calm. 

This space is anonymous (no cameras, no participant list, no chat feature). This space will be active at all times of the event. Drop-in and out as often as you like. 

Student Wellness and Support

BCcampus has been working closely with the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training as well as many subject matter experts across the B.C. post-secondary system on various projects to develop resources that support the mental health and wellness of students, staff, and faculty as well as awareness, prevention, and responding to sexualized violence on campuses.

Student Perception of SV Survey – Fall 2021 Pilot

Invitation to participate in the pilot study of the Student Perception of SV Survey in Fall 2021. The Government of B.C. is conducting an important survey to better understand student perceptions of sexual violence. We are looking for two large institutions (e.g. population of over 3000 FTEs) who would be willing to run this survey with a segment of their student population as part of our test in preparation for full rollout of our survey in early 2022.

If your institution is interested in participating in the pilot survey, or if you have any questions, please contact The Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training via Kelly Chirhart at

Thank You

We would like to thank the working group members for their expertise, time, and commitment to creating this event. 

  • Anna-Elaine Rempel, Executive Director, Alliance of British Columbia Students (ABCS)
  • Aryanna Chartrand, Vice President External of Capilano Students Union (CSU) and Chairperson of Alliance of BC Students (ABCS)
  • Chantelle Spicer, Student and Co-Chair of SFCC Canada
  • Jas Brar, Student, Ending Violence Association of BC
  • Jennifer Jordan, Director, Student Rights and Responsibilities; Chair, Behaviour Intervention Team, Kwantlen Polytechnic University
  • Kate Rossiter, Senior Manager of Provincial Services, Ending Violence Association of BC
  • Kenya Rogers, Advocate and Community-Researcher, University of Victoria
  • Lexis Linklater, CM.Ed. RCC, Indigenous Counsellor & Advisor, Vancouver Island University
  • Rafael de la Pena, Director of Student Services, College of New Caledonia
  • Rhonda Schmitz, Director, Student Development, Selkirk College, West Kootenay & Boundary Region
  • Tashia Kootenayoo, Student of UBC Okanagan & BCFS Indigenous Representative, SUO of UBC President (Students’ Union Okanagan of UBC)

This event is a collaboration between BCcampus and the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training.