Listed below are a range of campus organizing tools and resources, which are free to use and distribute. (They are all PDF files, unless otherwise stated.)
“Dear Reproductive Freedom Fighter”– Please read the intro letter that explains the tools and resources below
- Handbook on how to start a pro-choice group on campus (Learn the basics for starting and running your own pro-choice group on campus! This 34-page handbook explains how to determine if your campus needs one, how to structure it, recruit members, run meetings, carry out activities, raise funds, and sustain your group.)
Information Sheets and Brochures
- Pro-Choice Backgrounder-Explains the meaning of pro-choice, the current status of abortion rights and access in Canada and globally, and legal threats to access in Canada.
- Snappy Answers to Spicy Questions
- The Anti Choice Position
- Brochure: “Ten Lies the Anti-Choice are Telling You About Abortion”
- Pro-Choice Organizations
- Pro-Choice Films– A list of pro-choice films and documentaries. Hand out as a resource, or host a film night or film festival! Some of these can be found at your local video store, while others will need to be ordered. (Ordering information for most of them can be found here: www.abortionfilms.org.
- Abortion-related Stock Photos for Media Use -Ever notice how the media often uses a photo of a heavily-pregnant woman to illustrate an abortion article? Please ask them to use these photos instead.
- Freedom of Choice: A Youth Activist’s Guide to Safe Abortion Advocacy – a guide for building young people’s capacity to advocate for safe abortion care services worldwide, published by the Youth Coalition (October 2007).
- Focus on Abortion Services in Quebec by Canadians for Choice & Fédération du Québec pour le planning des naissances. This new, 69-page research report provides an update on the structure and quality of abortion services offered across Quebec in hospitals, centres locaux des services communautaires (CLSCs), private clinics, and women’s health centres.
- The Online Dating University Guide to Safer Sex– the six-part “Authoritative Guide to Safer Sex” covers topics such as emotions, getting prepared, STIs and sexual wellness.