During the 2014 climate against the mishandling of sexual assault cases on university and college campuses, CALCASA responded by convening 50 students from different campuses in California to discuss their experiences towards developing recommendations for institutional change.
The 2014 Student Summit on Sexual Assault Report and Recommendation report culminates all the perspectives heard and discussed by those invited to the summit.
Click below to read the publication.
A summary of the resource from the National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women:
Peer Educators: The Frontline in Campus Violence Prevention by Aurelia Sands Belle (2013)
This presentation provides information about the roles and responsibilities of peer education in violence prevention and offers guidance on establishing a peer education program. Also included here are special considerations for peer educators at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
This webinar presented by Laura Kikuchi and Hema Khan from the National Stalking Resource Center presented today for the Campus Webinar Series. Thanksgiving is a week away and schools will be on break soon for winter vacation. Has your school planned for January’s Stalking Awareness Month? Their presentation entitled, “Planning for National Stalking Awareness Month on Your Campus,” covered information about stalking on campus, response procedures, campus policy, and Stalking Awareness Month campaigns that colleges and universities have implemented.
Watch the webinar by clicking on view resource and don’t forget to download the presentation!