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The Sexual and Relationship Violence Program provides online education, educational presentations, program consultations, and interactive information tables at events hosted on campus.
Consultations are recommended for groups who are in the planning stages of an event related to sexual and relationship violence so that trained peer educators or staff can provide more information about effective strategies for addressing these topics with college students.
Interactive information tables can be offered at large-scale university events such as information fairs, Welcome Week events, and general events. Peer educators will table at the event and will plan an interactive activity to engage your event participants in discussions around sexual violence.
Presentations can be offered as a one-time presentation, multi-session prevention program, or all-day training.
ASU offers a variety of online programs designed to engage students in a learning experience focused on topics such as, sexual violence, community expectations related to interpersonal behavior, and healthy relationships. These programs are available to students, faculty, and staff. If you are a faculty, staff or student organization leader and would like to discuss how to integrate online programs into your curriculum, student employment program or organization, email email@example.com
The Community of Care is a series of videos that introduces you to the ASU community expectations and code of conduct.
The Everfi Violence Prevention program is an online education program designed to enhance awareness of sexual violence, intimate partner violence and stalking and their impact on college students. The content addresses the importance of consent and respect in sexual situations, prevention and risk reduction strategies, and critical information on what to do if you or someone you know has experienced sexual or intimate partner violence and/or stalking.
Culture and Interpersonal Relationships
This training is for international students and covers a wide range of relevant topics, including
Look for signs is a video designed to explore the bystander phenomenon in more depth by providing students with concrete examples of when they might be able to step into different situations to prevent harm. This program was designed and produced by the Counteract Initiative.
The ASU Sexual and Relationship Violence Program offers a variety of educational presentations and workshops for students, faculty and staff. Below is a sample of the presentations we offer. If you are not seeing what you are looking for, or would like to discuss a tailored presentation for your group, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CRASH Course (Consent, Rape Culture, Abuse, Sexual Assault, Healthy Relationships)
CRASH is an introductory program that addresses healthy and unhealthy relationships, sexual assault, and preventing harm within the Sun Devil Community. The discussion challenges participants to examine cultural norms that contribute to a culture of violence and develop strategies to effectively address rape culture. This presentation can be facilitated by professional staff or peer educators.
This interactive video series uses the social norms approach and bystander behavior theory to help students identify situations where someone may need help and understand the necessary steps to take action to prevent harm. This presentation uses a polling software to anonymously identify how individuals would respond in situations where they are observing problematic behavior related to sexual assault, relationship violence, and toxic drinking overdose.
Sexual Violence Prevention and Response for Student Leaders
The presentation defines sexual assault and relationship violence and discusses the prevalence and impact in the ASU Community and beyond. Participants will learn general definitions and statistics, prevention strategies, skills to support survivors, and the reporting process at ASU. This presentation is facilitated by professional staff and the intended audience is
Changing the Culture of Violence
Changing the Culture of Violence is a presentation that uses multiple forms of media to examine how sex and violence are portrayed in American society. Participants will be challenged to identify situations where violence is normalized and will learn about the impact of victim-blaming, gender-based violence, and harassment. The ultimate goal of this presentation is to motivate students to be changemakers to eliminate rape culture. This presentation is facilitated by peer educators and requires that the audience already have baseline education on sexual violence.
In the Moment: Supporting Survivors of Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence
In the Moment: Supporting Survivor of Sexual Assault educates participants on the biopsychosocial impacts of trauma on the victim/survivor as well as issues regarding survivor identity. Participants are given basic skills for offering psychological support to survivors, including active listening strategies. The goal of this presentation is to provide participants with practical tools that empower them and increase their confidence in talking to and offering the peer-level support that survivors will benefit from most. This presentation is facilitated by professional staff.
Relationships Gains is a workshop that was created for students by students and is presented by peer educators. This fun and interactive workshop takes students through a series of activities to examine their relationship and determine their non-negotiables and values. This presentation will help students develop strategies for communication and skills for setting boundaries.
Consent 101 pairs Consent and Respect, an online sexual assault prevention class, with an interactive presentation that discusses consent and sexual violence in society. This presentation gives baseline information for general students who are not currently serving in a student leadership role. Presented by either professional staff or peer educators.
Step Up! is a prosocial behavior and bystander intervention program that educates students to be proactive in helping others. Teaching people about the determinants of prosocial behavior makes them more aware of why they sometimes don’t help. As a result they are more likely to help in the future. This presentation will give students the confidence and skills to step up and prevent sexual violence.
Facilitated by the One Love student organization, Escalation is a powerful, emotionally-engaging 90-minute film based workshop that educates your community about relationship violence and empowers you to work for change. Discussion following the film includes strategies for communication and conflict resolution in relationships, skill building on helping friends leave an unhealthy or abusive information, and campus resources.