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AMS Apology and the Future of SASC

To the community, Over the past few days we have seen, heard, and read your responses to the decision to transfer support services out of the Sexual Assault Support Centre (SASC). The AMS sincerely apologizes for the harm that this has caused survivors, those supporting them, and the rest of our community members. It was…

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AMS Statement on Changes to SASC

The AMS Sexual Assault Support Center (SASC) has served the UBC community for years with its exceptional support work, outreach, education, and advocacy. They have continually stood by survivors and offered our community the chance to engage in much-needed conversations about consent, with the overarching goal of creating a safe campus for all. The implementation…

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Council Meeting Summary, June 20, 2018

Here are notes from the regular AMS Council meeting of June 20, 2018:  Executive Goals: Council approved goals for the Executive.  These include: Improving engagement (with students, Council, other groups). Improving communications and consultation processes. Creating a strategic plan. Making services more accessible and relevant. Creating an improved student experience through inclusion. Creating two new…

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AMS Statement on Loujain Al-Hathloul’s Wrongful Detainment in Saudi Arabia

The AMS of UBC stands alongside the university community to actively and publicly ensure the immediate release of alumnae, Loujain Al-Hathloul, following arrest and detention in Saudi Arabia. We call upon community members to stand together with Ms. Al-Hathloul and her colleagues who were wrongfully detained in demonstration of their courageous advocacy for women’s rights…

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