Myths and misinformation about the legal treatment of sexual violence hinder victims and survivors from seeking help. Yet people who are informed of their rights are more likely to report, obtain compensation and recover from the damage caused by this trauma.
Born out of the #MeToo movement, the Caravan #MeToo consists of a tour of Quebec that offers victims and survivors free and confidential consultations with several professionals. Lawyers from all fields of law, prosecutors, social workers and police officers are available to provide answers to all the needs of the person.
Meetings are free, confidential and without an appointment and can be held in person or by telephone. We address the principles of criminal law, as well as labor, administrative and civil law that best meet the needs of victims and survivors.
This project is made possible thanks to the financial support of the Ministère de la Justice du Québec, Desjardins and the Association du Jeune Montréal, and the collaboration of the Crime Victims Assistance Centres, the Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions and many front-line organizations.