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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.
In 2016/17 the SU piloted a 6-hour module on consent and bystander intervention at Warwick in partnership with the Law and PAIS departments. Since then we've worked with IATL to realise our vision of bystander intervention education embedded within the curriculum for all Warwick students.
As a result, in the 2019/20 academic year there will be:
Got a question about sex, relationships, and consent?
Our group of student volunteers answers students' anonymous questions, so you can get an open honest answer from your peers.
Submit your question here, and return to the page in a couple of days to see it answered!
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.
We're campaigning for local venues to adopt the Ask for Angela scheme too!
Find out more about the Ask for Angela scheme here.
We've created resources for survivors as well as those supporting them, to make sure everyone has the support they need.
Find out more about:
Every member of the university community - students and staff alike - has access to the Consent Matters online module about consent and bystander intervention.
Consent Matters is fully interactive and evidence-based, covering the areas of sexual consent, communication and relationships, and bystander intervention.
Complete the Consent Matters course on Moodle now!
Sexual Abuse & Sexual Violence Awareness Week takes place in the first week of February each year and is obserbved at Warwick as an opportunity to raise awareness and tackle the issues of sexual abuse & sexual violence.
Our 2018/19 programme included film screenings, discussions, campaigns meetings, craftivism events, stalls, sports tasters and drop-in events with CRASAC (Coventry Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre).
Get involved with the campaign to help organise the programme for 2019/20!
If you're looking for more ways to get involved, why not sign up to be a #WeGetConsent ambassador?
#WeGetConsent ambassadors can:
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!
You can pick up your wristband from:
If you'd like more information about the campaign, email firstname.lastname@example.org.