On this episode, we discuss sexual violence and alcohol consumption and how prevention efforts can impact young men.
Almost one in four undergraduate women experienced sexual assault or misconduct at 33 of the nation's major universities.
This report represents the second iteration of a major effort by the Association of American Universities (AAU) to examine the prevalence of, and assess the campus climate regarding, sexual assault and misconduct at colleges and universities. The goal of these surveys is to gather as much information about the issue as possible to help inform member schools as they create policies and strategies to combat sexual assault and misconduct on their campuses. In 2015, AAU and 27 of its member schools designed and implemented a survey on sexual assault, other misconduct, and the campus climate.
The statement that follows was approved in October 2012 by the Association’s Committee on Women in the Academic Profession and its Subcommittee on Sexual Assault on Campus. It was adopted by the American Association of University Professor’s Council in November 2012. Read it Here
Key Findings from "Comprehensive Sexuality Education as a Primary Prevention Strategy for Sexual Violence Perpetration"
"Comprehensive Sexuality Education as a Primary Prevention Strategy for Sexual Violence Perpetration" explains the link between school-based sex education programs and sexual violence prevention, and how sex education can become an important strategy in preventing harm.
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, and the 2021 themes include “Know Your Worth” and #1Thing.
Key initiatives, events, and milestones from 2000-2020 that sparked shifts in the public consciousness towards sexual violence and how we can prevent it.
The Greek Life Postcard is a resource created for the 2017 Sexual Assault Awareness Month Campaign. The postcard contains information about how to create a healthy campus environment.Publish Date
As part of the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault, the CDC was tasked with identifying promising practices to prevent sexual violence on college and university campuses.