We all have an important role to play in promoting safety and respect on campus and in society. This training focuses on sexual assault and harassment prevention and response, equipping participants with the foundational knowledge to be active in prevention and support peers who may disclose experiences of sexual assault and/or harassment.

Key topics covered by this training include

  • primary prevention and culture change
  • being an ethical bystander
  • providing a compassionate response to disclosures
  • support and reporting options at UQ.

This training is for any interested students that are part of a UQ club or society, particularly executive members, as it will equip you in your leadership role, while preparing you for being an active agent in promoting respect and equality in your professional and personal life.

FREE pizza dinner will be included, please register at below link!

Register

Contact Emily Ryan, Clubs and Societies Manager for more info or with any questions - Emily.ryan@uqu.com.au

 

About Student Safety Month at UQ!

This September, join the UQ Respect team for a variety of events and workshops to promote a safe and respectful campus community! Don’t miss the feature events including an inspirational keynote presentation delivered by Australian of the year – Grace Tame, a panel discussion on primary prevention strategies to stop sexual, domestic and family violence as well as the weekly Respect Hub! 

From 6 September - 3 October, UQ is participating in the National Student Safety Survey conducted by the Social Research Centre. The survey aims to measure student perceptions of safety at Australian universities and experiences relating to sexual assault and sexual harassment. Head to UQ National Student Safety Survey website to find out how you can get involved and discover resources available to you. 

Venue

Gordon Greenwood Building (32)
Room: 
209