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FIGHTING AGAINST

HARASSMENT AND VIOLENCE

IN THE ARTS

Because we must urgently act against harassment and violence in the workplace.


Our assistance services are free, confidential and independent.
We need to act. We need to talk. We need to help each other. Now.

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About l’Aparté

L'Aparté was created following the #metoo movement, when professional associations and other groups came together to develop a plan in order to act against all forms of harassment in the arts.


Our mission is to offer front-line assistance to all persons working in artistic fields who were victims or witnesses of harassment (both psychological or sexual) or violence in the workplace (i.e. sexual assaults). We offer services in English and French.

WE'RE HERE

WHEN YOU NEED IT

L'Aparté provides you with an assistance and support team that will accompany you. We take the time to meet with you, to listen to you, to analyze your situation and to offer solutions to you. We will be by your side from the beginning to the end, no matter what actions you decide to undertake.
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COMPLETE AND EFFICIENT

ASSISTANCE

CONFIDENTIALITY

Our services are provided by lawyers, and are thus protected by professional secrecy. Your identity and your situation will be kept confidential at all times.

COST-FREE

Our services are financed by the Ministère de la Culture of the Quebec government. Access to l'Aparté services are free of charge at all times.

INDEPENDENCE

L'Aparté is independent of professional associations and all other groups. This means that you can access our services whether you are a member of any such association or not.

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CONFIDENTIALLY

In no case will you ever have to file a complaint if you don't want to.
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April 12th, 2021

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