Thank you Mr. Chair, for the question.
Our programs are currently delivering what we call Respect in the CAF, which focuses on giving our participants better awareness about what sexual misconduct is, how it happens and how they can manage these situations in a better way. We have also undertaken various kinds of training and set forward training to foster an environment that is more inclusive so that these types of misconduct are mitigated or are less prevalent. For example, inclusive behaviour and inclusive leadership are part of the developments that we have also set in motion.
We have a multipronged approach in that space. It's not strictly about providing training. It's also about creating the environment and providing skills to leaders to foster the environment that will be less fostering to any type of sexual misconduct or misconduct as a whole.