Draw-The-Line

Draw-the-Line: Against Trans Violence (DTL ATV) Educators Guide 

Organization: Egale Canada Human Rights Trust 

Format: Guide, Lesson Plans 

Audience: Intermediate and secondary educators 

Description: This comprehensive guide can be used by educators and school staff to support gender-diverse students, be stronger allies, and intervene in times of transphobic or homophobic violence. 

Topic: Personal Safety and Injury Prevention, 2SLGBTQI+ Youth, Sexual Violence 

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Draw-the-Line: Against Transphobic Violence (DTL ATV) Postcards 

Organization: Egale Canada Human Rights Trust 

Format: Postcards 

Audience: Secondary educators 

Description: Draw-the-Line is a bystander campaign, which presents a variety of scenarios of sexual violence and asks the public to consider how they might respond or intervene. The purpose of the Draw-the-Line campaign is to start conversations about sexual violence. Postcards and posters can be used to accompany classroom learning about issues related to consent, healthy relationships, and bystander intervention. These scenario cards contain common transphobic situations, accompanied by intervention tips and support sites. 

Topic: Personal Safety and Injury Prevention, 2SLGBTQI+ Youth, Sexual Violence 

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Draw-The-Line: Against Transphobic Violence (DTL ATV) Website 

Organization: Egale Canada Human Rights Trust 

Format: Webinars, Resources 

Audience: Secondary educators 

Description: This website includes webinars for learning, an educator guide, postcards and posters. 

Topic: Personal Safety and Injury Prevention, 2SLGBTQI+ Youth, Sexual Violence 

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Draw-the-Line: Campaign Scenarios 

Organization: Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres 

Format: Postcards, Posters, Videos 

Audience: Intermediate and secondary educators 

DescriptionDraw-the-Line is a bystander campaign, which presents a variety of scenarios of sexual violence and asks the public to consider how they might respond or intervene. The purpose of the Draw the Line campaign is to start conversations about sexual violence. Postcards and posters can be used to accompany classroom learning about issues related to consent, healthy relationships, and bystander intervention. These resources allow you to bring up challenging but important conversations with students, working to challenge social myths and equip students with the knowledge to be effective, safe bystanders. Sexual violence scenario cards and posters can be used to engage students in dialogues around the realities of sexual violence, in order to start important conversations for sexual violence prevention. 

Topic: Personal Safety and Injury Prevention, Sexual Violence, Healthy Relationships 

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Draw The Line Hardcopy Resource - Publications Ontario 

Organization: Government of Ontario 

Format: Order Tool 

Audience: Intermediate and Secondary educators 

Description: This order tool allows educators to order hardcopy Draw the Line resources for free. 

Topic: Personal Safety and Injury Prevention, Sexual Violence, Healthy Relationships 

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Drawing the Line on Sexual Violence: A Guide for Ontario Educators, Grades 1-8 

Organization: White Ribbon 

Format: Guide, Lesson Plans 

Audience: Elementary educators 

Description: This guide presents engaging lesson plans that draw on expectations from various subjects in the Ontario curriculum to address topics such as consent, healthy relationships, and the roles of bystanders in sexual violence prevention in age-appropriate ways. 

Topic: Sexual Violence, Personal Safety and Injury Prevention, Healthy Relationships 

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Drawing the Line on Sexual Violence: A Guide for Ontario Educators, Grades 9-12 

Organization: White Ribbon 

Format: Guide, Lesson Plans 

Audience: Secondary educators 

Description: This guide presents engaging lesson plans that draw on expectations from various subjects in the Ontario curriculum to address topics such as consent, healthy relationships, and the roles of bystanders in sexual violence prevention in age-appropriate ways. 

Topic: Sexual Violence, Personal Safety and Injury Prevention, Healthy Relationships 

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Drawing the Line on Sexual Violence: An E-Learning Module for Elementary Educators 

Organization: White Ribbon 

Format: E-Learning Module 

Audience: Elementary educators 

Description: This e-learning module supports educators’ implementation of sexual violence prevention initiatives in their schools and will help educators develop the following: an understanding of basic issues relating to gender-based and sexual violence; the capacity to unpack these topics with students productively and supportively, in an age-appropriate way; and a facility with empowering male-identified students to be allies in gender-based violence prevention. 

Topic: Sexual Violence, Personal Safety and Injury Prevention, Healthy Relationships 

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