The return to in-person campus operations, newly proposed Title IX regulations, and the recent Violence Against Women Act’s policy changes allow higher education institutions to re-envision what it mean to commit to addressing and ending sexual violence. Creating sustainable change requires us to rethink our current understanding of violence prevention and challenge ourselves to expand beyond simply meeting compliance.
Join NASPA’s Culture of Respect for a free briefing on how the Collective can support institutions as they successfully navigate through the ongoing social, cultural, and political shifts that influence what it means to create safe, equitable, and accessible campus environments. The Collective is an ambitious two-year program that brings together institutions of higher education who are dedicated to ending campus sexual violence and guides them through a rigorous process of self-assessment and targeted organizational change. Presented by Jessica Henault (she/her), program coordinator for Culture of Respect Collective, and Jennifer E. Henkle (she/her), Director of Sexual Violence Prevention and Response at NASPA.