You’ve made the PACT; you’re going to learn more and do more…but what does that look like? Here are a few organizations that can help you understand the role you play as a bystander and what you can do to prevent sexual violence.
The Response Ability Project “empowers people to intervene in problem situations.” Read blog posts, watch videos, and access other information to explore how to be an “Every|Day Hero” against sexual abuse and assault.
Mentors in Violence Prevention
MVP engages leaders on campus, including athletes, work to prevent and respond to sexism and violence.
My Strength teaches young men to become allies in ending violence by demonstrating compassion and respect.
Men Can Stop Rape
Men Can Stop Rape provides training programs and initiatives that promote healthy masculinity and activism in violence prevention.
Step UP! Program
This program, created by the University of Arizona in partnership with the NCAA, gives students skills for intervening in risky situations.
Colleges and universities must afford victims of campus sexual assault certain basic rights under the Jeanne Clery Act and Title IX.
Some of these rights include:
For more information about these rights or for assistance, contact the Clery Center for Security On Campus.
If you or a loved one are a victim of sexual assault, there are many local and national resources available to offer you guidance and support.