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Today, students across the world are a leading voice on issues of equality, diversity and liberation, and have the power to bring about real positive social change. Sexual violence and harassment are widespread problems that exist across society, and university campuses are no exception to that, including Warwick. Every single one of us has a responsibility to acknowledge this issue and take action to tackle it. Together, as a community, we must strive to make our campus and local area as safe and inclusive as possible.
At Warwick, #WeGetConsent.
If you're feeling unsafe in an SU venue, head to the bar and ask for 'Angela'. Our staff have been trained to help you.
Show your support for the campaign visibly by picking up one of our campaign wristbands. Wear it to lectures, wear it to socials, wear it at home!
A 6-hour module on consent and bystander intervention was piloted at Warwick in 2016/17 & 2017/18, with the ultimate aim of embedding bystander intervention & respect and wellbeing education within the curriculum for all students.
We've created resources for survivors as well as those supporting them, to make sure everyone has the support they need.
Every member of the university community - students and staff alike - has access to the Consent Matters online module about consent and bystander intervention.
Clubs & societies are a huge part of life at Warwick. Find out how they're getting involved with the #WeGetConsent campaign!
If you're looking for more ways to get involved, why not sign up to be a #WeGetConsent ambassador?
We've collated some useful resources around issues of sexual violence & consent, which you can use to inform yourself, your conversations and/or your work.
If you'd like more information about the campaign, email firstname.lastname@example.org.