Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Join us for Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) at Columbia and make an impact! SAAM events, co-sponsored by Sexual Violence Response, aim to raise awareness of sexual violence/sexual assault and provide education to address and end sexual violence in our communities. Sexual Assault Awareness Month is recognized nationally in honor of survivors of sexual violence. Please show your support by one of several ways:
- Attend an event (see details below)
- Make a pledge to end sexual violence (online)
For more information or support, please call (212) 854-HELP to contact Sexual Violence Response.
Work with Sexual Violence Response to end sexual violence by applying to be a:
- Peer Advocate
- Consent Educator (NSOP)
- RC/AVSC Peer Educator
- Men's Peer Educator
What is Men's Role in Preventing Sexual Violence? A Panel Discussion
What is men’s role in preventing sexual violence? More specifically, what does this look like in a college campus setting? What is rape culture, as perpetuated by men? How can we deconstruct unhealthy norms of masculinity? How do other forms of oppression or oppressive institutions connect to sexual violence? How can I be an effective ally in the work to end sexual violence? These are just a few of the questions that our panel members will address in this upcoming discussion, as well as speak to their own experiences in the anti-violence movement.
Step UP! Train-the-Trainer for Employees
Hook Me Up
April 29, 2014 @ 7:00 pm EDT
Barnard Campus, Diana Center, Millicent Carey McIntosh Student Dining Room, 2nd Floor
Join us for a frank discussion on college hook-up culture through an interactive speed-dating event. Open to all identities! Refreshments will be served.
Open to students only.
Faith's Response to Intimate Partner Violence: Dinner & Panel Discussion
"I Believe You: Faith's Response to Intimate Partner Violence," explores the struggles that survivors face and the faith groups that help them find a way out. Following the film, our panelists will address how issues of relationship and sexual violence are addressed in faith-based communities. RSVP to email@example.com.