Interim report shows individuals experienced vulnerability, sexual violence without support at U of King’s College

The University of King’s College has announced the release of an interim report on the independent review into the allegations of sexual assault against former professor Wayne John Hankey. The report notes that individuals had experienced sexualized violence or vulnerability and did not have the necessary support or protection they should have. “What is called for is a fundamental change in our culture and a deep reckoning with our past,” said William Lahey (President), Sarah Clift (VP), Jordan Roberts (Sexual Health and Safety Officer), and Katie Merwin (Dean of Students). “We have started that process of change, but we must recognize we have a long way to go and that it is the responsibility of the university as a whole … to take the lead role in this work.” The university has unequivocally accepted all recommendations from the interim report. U of King’s College| U of King’s College (Report)| CBC Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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