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Creating Trauma-Informed Policies and Practices on Campus: Letting the Research Guide Us

Virtual Live Briefings Health, Safety, and Well-being Policy and Advocacy AVP or "Number Two" Mid-Level Senior Level

The politicization of Title IX-related topics and the role played by the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights in overseeing how institutions address these issues has only increased in recent years. For those higher education administrators who have been involved in this line of work over the past 20 years, the dizzying array of regulations—and subsequent changes to those regulations—has meant a constant stream of policy development and revision. What is often left out of this conversation, however, is the impact that these constantly fluctuating sets of protections for students have on survivors, respondents, and their ability to pursue their higher education aspirations. During this session, the presenters will explore a set of recommendations based on existing research and a survey done of practitioners within the field of campus sexual violence prevention and response, and can be used to craft buy-in and implementation within institutions of higher education.

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