Share Your Story

Our reporting and mapping system is a tool for everyone in Canada to anonymously share their stories of experiencing or witnessing sexual harassment and violence. 


How does it work?

Sharing your story of sexual harassment or violence is open for everyone. You can choose to report an incident of sexual harassment or violence that happened recently, in the past or one that you witnessed or heard about from a friend.

We map the reports online, and each report appears on the map as a dot. When you click on the dot, the full information of the report is displayed. Looking at the map gives you an overview of where we have received reports of sexual harassment and violence. We are the first grassroots reporting program in Canada to collect data on the prevalence of sexual harassment and violence.


What difference does it make?

Every report is evidence that we use to:

  • Put an end to stereotypes that blame the victim and make excuses for the perpetrator. 
  • Creates accurate data on the occurrence of sexual harassment and violence in Canada.
  • Makes people understand that sexual harassment and violence is a crime that has serious consequences.
  • Build campaigns to change perceptions about sexual harassment and violence to  convince people to take action against it.
  • Equip our volunteers and partners with information that they use to create zero-tolerance attitudes and behaviour in schools, universities, workplaces, and the streets.

Together, these things work to convince people that sexual harassment is a serious problem and that we all need to take action against it. 

Reporting is anonymous. If you've logged in, only your user name is used on the website, never your real name or email address.