Sure. I had a question.
First of all, thank you to all of the witnesses for their testimony, particularly Ms. Grover. Thank you for your candour and your very erudite presentation, and your honesty.
I want to ask a question of CABL. You were meant to be in the last panel, and I want to ask you a question that came up then. We are struggling with the term “social context”, and you highlighted this in your presentation. It was a useful amendment in the last Parliament, but many, including me, feel that it needs to be unpacked a bit. The struggle we are having is trying to not be too prescriptive, where we might leave out certain key components, but also trying not to be too general, where we miss important concepts.
There is a concept of unconscious bias that is known to the judges, and we understand they are already receiving training on unconscious bias. There is also a term that is probably familiar to you, “cultural competency”.
I am wondering if you could provide us with your view, and the view of CABL, on improving the section that deals with the training, to state something along the lines of “training on sexual assault law and social context, including cultural competence and unconscious bias”. Would that be an improvement that is more directive in the type of training we want to see occurring?