Public input invited for Nova Scotia's sexual violence strategy

Published on June 4, 2014

Nova Scotians are invited to provide input to help shape the province's first sexual violence strategy.

The government would like to hear from people who have been impacted by sexual violence or want to make a positive change. This includes victims, survivors, family members of victims and survivors, educators, employers, health-care professionals, advocates, community members and concerned citizens.   

The online feedback form is available here and can be completed online and submitted electronically, or can be printed and returned by mail. Feedback is anonymous and can be provided until July 18. 

Information and updates on the development of the strategy can access a new website, which launched June 4.