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This action plan outlines ways parents can help protect their children from sexual assault on campus—from asking the right questions when looking at colleges to tactfully talking to your child about the important issue of sexual violence.
This action plan outlines ways alumni can take action to prevent sexual assault at their alma mater—from arming yourself with knowledge to asking the right questions before sending in that donation check.
This action plan outlines ways that students can take action to prevent sexual assault on their campus—from building a supportive network of student activists to drawing attention to the issue on social media.
A twist on the infamous weight gain during freshman year, it’s a web-based action that invites students, parents, and alumni to let college presidents all over the country know that they’re concerned about the escalating number of college assaults on our campuses.
SAN FRANCISCO (September 18, 2014) — Futures Without Violence (FUTURES) has launched a social action campaign called “The OTHER Freshman 15” to elevate awareness of sexual assault at colleges across the country, and enable concerned citizens to take action on social media and beyond.
Futures Without Violence announced Betsy McCandless Break The Silence Awards, which supports college campaigns and activities that encourage survivors, allies, and bystanders to take action or speak out against gender-based violence on campus.
Futures hosted Speak Up to Take Rape Culture Down, a one-day Summit at Harvard University. The event brought together student leaders, administrators, and anti-violence advocates to raise visibility and demand action to prevent rape and sexual assault on college campuses.
Students groups are leaders in reducing gender-based violence on college campuses. To support student advocate's work, we recommends six steps for effective student leadership to ensure a safe, respectful campus.