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AASAS meets need for current and local research on prevalence of sexual abuse through Alberta survey
The last comprehensive study on child sexual abuse in Canada was undertaken in 1984 by Robin Badgley. The Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Services (AASAS) is addressing this lack of current data on the prevalence of sexual violence with a research study that will begin on Wednesday, June 12th.
The much-needed research will not just gather data on prevalence but also individuals’ attitudes about sexual abuse and assault.
AASAS responds to report from the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls
At AASAS we are committed to our reconciliation journey and eliminating sexual violence.
Read our entire response here
AASAS – News Release – New Alberta-wide sexual violence action plan led by front line agencies, May 11, 2017
AASAS E-News Flash
AASAS has a monthly E-News Flash to keep individuals, organizations, agencies/services and government informed on what AASAS and its Member Centres/Services are doing to raise awareness of issues involving sexual abuse and sexual assault while striving to ensure that all Albertans have access to healing and recovery programs, services and supports.
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