OCRCC Activities

The courage of a woman alone is not enough

Sexual violence in Ontario: Trends in survivors seeking support

Sexual assault centres have been operating in Ontario since the 1990s -- some since the 1970s. Since then, the number ...
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Are you a friend of your local community sexual assault centre?

If yes, help us support sexual violence survivors in our communities. More survivors could be getting support by now. A ...
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Bill 251, Combating Human Trafficking Act, 2021: Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres responds

About us Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres (OCRCC) is comprised of 30+ Anglophone community-based sexual assault centres from across ...
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Our Statement on Sex Work

Introduction: About us Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres (OCRCC) is comprised of 30 Anglophone community-based sexual assault centres from ...
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Violence impacting Indigenous people and communities

In recent weeks, we have been witness to both historical and recent violence against Indigenous individuals and communities. Many of ...
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Ontario Budget 2021 and Gender-based Violence spending: Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres (OCRCC) Responds

Since 2016, Ontario’s community-based sexual assault centres have faced increased demands for service and wait lists for supportive counselling to ...
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Ontario court throws out law barring self-induced intoxication as defence for sexual assault: OCRCC responds

Once again, A Canadian court challenges the law barring self-induced intoxication as defence for sexual assault. As sexual violence survivor ...
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Environmental Scan

In 2020, OCRCC completed an Environmental Scan on the Coalition, its history, and the many social contexts impacting its work ...
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Government ends One-time Funding Resources for Ontario Sexual Assault Centres: OCRCC Responds

A year ago, in the face of increased demands for service and crushing wait lists for supportive counselling to survivors ...
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‘No one should have to wait’: Supports for sexual assault survivors

The Toronto Rape Crisis Centre and Ontario’s 41 other sexual-assault centres are a lifeline to scores of survivors of sexual ...
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