PREVENTION

Part of preventing sexual harm is keeping the conversation alive

Preventing sexual harm
 

Educating, supporting and providing support services for all on campus is the starting point for preventing sexual harm. Ensuring this is visible in all media formats is important, alongside constant messaging to provide reminders that these sites and places are available.
 

Awareness campaigns and messages help reinforce the importance of consent, healthy relationships, caring and kindness for all who are on our campuses.
 

Starting the year with a plan of what this looks like is important for the continuous development of this key message on campus. This is part of the duty of care and the pastoral code of conduct for all students and for ensuring both staff and students work in an environment and place where they can feel safe and flourish.
 

Part of preventing sexual harm is keeping the conversation alive, ensuring all voices are heard. Shift the norm from keeping quiet to talking about sexual harm.

ADDRESSING SEXUAL HARM ON & AROUND CAMPUS:
A TOOLKIT FOR ACTION

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