The terms 'freedom' and 'choice' – on which the legal definition of consent depends – mean very different things to different people.
Health data gathered without the patient's consent can provide valuable information; however, transparency is crucial to maintain trust.
Four ways to teach children about consent.
Formally planning ahead in case of illness or injury can provide you a voice when you may no longer have one - here's our guide
Dasiqox Tribal Park offers a powerful example of what true reconciliation can mean for Canada when Indigenous peoples and their rights are respected and upheld.
A report based on public consultations conducted by Sidewalk Labs has still not answered many pressing concerns about privacy and consent in Toronto's Quayside development.
Ever more Americans are using digital cameras to keep an eye on elderly relatives who live in nursing homes. This surveillance may violate patients' privacy and demoralize their caretakers.
England is moving to an opt-out organ donation scheme. Here's how it could be a success.
In Canada, the age of consent for health-care decisions is assessed on a case-by-case basis. It can be age 14, or sometimes even younger.
Almost 20% of people in the 2019 Global Drug Survey had been taken advantage of while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
From video games developed where players can "play" at raping women, to advertisements that sexualise women's bodies, men’s entitlement to women is just a given.
Describing non-consensual acts as pornography minimises the importance of consent.
Australians are more aware of domestic violence and sexual assault than before. But a worrying proportion blame victims for abuse, think women are lying, and don't believe consent is always necessary.
It's time to stop surveying women about their experiences as rape victims, time to research the men who perpetrate these crimes and work to inebriate and isolate women.
Last week's hearing with Brett Kavanaugh raised questions about how responsible we are for our youthful actions. A legal scholar says that youthful inexperience doesn’t let us off the hook.
Society teaches young people to avoid saying 'no', so they need more support to navigate the awkwardness of sex.
We need to know more about what is going on for women in sex – what makes them suffer and what gives them pleasure.
A recent ruling in an Ontario court fails to consider law governing the use of embryos.
Sex education lessons will soon cover sexting, consent, body image and different types of contraception.
Something good could come from the Cambridge Analytica scandal if we used the same data to fix society, rather than profit from it.