Summer of Respect is a summer-long anti-sexual violence campaign, designed and run by WCHM and the Canberra Rape Crises Centre. The campaign begins in late October and continues until International Women’s Day on March 8. Summer of Respect is an opportunity—unique to and within the ACT—to deliver innovative anti-sexual violence initiatives.

If you’re still struggling with consent just imagine instead of initiating sex you’re making them a cup of tea.

National Report on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment at Australian Universities (2017)

At the request of Australia’s 39 universities, the Australian Human Rights Commission has conducted a national, independent survey of university students to gain greater insight into the nature, prevalence and reporting of sexual assault and sexual harassment at Australian universities. Here you can find the official report, statistics, and the live launch video.

The Australian Human Rights Commission page details the law and steps that can be taken if a student or teacher have experiences sexual harassment.

“Who are you?” is a video created by The Line. This video shows scenarios where people could step in and prevent sexual violence on a night out. Trigger Warning: This video shows a fictional scenario leading up to a rape, and may be distressing for viewers.

Everyone has a right to feel respected, valued and safe. This article discusses why standing up to sexist behaviour is so important and gives 5 practical suggestion to stepping up against it.

 How do you spread the word and help your mates escape the exhausting (and completely unnecessary) ‘battle of the sexes’ without looking like a caped crusader? Here are a few ideas to help rally the peeps…

The Australian Government’s website made to support all Australians who have experienced image-based abuse, by providing reporting options, support and resources for victims, their family and friends, and bystanders.

An article from BISH explaining why people sext, how to practise safer sexting and why sexting can be a problem.

Tune In, Not Out – Tagged

A short movie exploring the seriousness of online image sharing. When a group of high-school friends posts an online rumour about a rival, it sparks a chain reaction that leaves no one untouched. Cyberbullying, sexting, filmed fights and police action ensue—will these friends be Tagged forever?

This video is a case study about what to do when intimate images have been shared online without your consent.

Sometimes drunk sex can be good, but it can also be rubbish, unsafe, unwanted and can lead to mistakes. Learn how to handle it better here.

Off your head, don’t share your bed! This video explores the issue of sex and consent when alcohol is involved.