College Sexual Assault Policy Reform: Why it Matters and How to Achieve It

Starting Date: 08-11-2007
Starting Time: 9:00am

Support Center For Nonprofit Management
305 Seventh Avenue, 11th Floor (at 27th Street)
New York, New York 10001
United States
Students Active for Ending Rape (SAFER) is pleased to announce that it will be offering a free workshop for undergrad and graduate students interested in improving their school's efforts to prevent and respond to sexual assault. This workshop has been designed with summer interns in mind, who may be in NYC for the summer and want to bring some new ideas back to their campuses. It is also open to students at NYC-area schools. Students will learn more about the role of school policy reform, organizing skills, building a movement, dealing with opposition, and more.

College Sexual Assault Policy Reform: Why It Matters and How You Can Achieve It
Saturday, August 11
Location: 305 Seventh Avenue, 11th Floor (at 27th Street)
For lunch, please bring a brown bag lunch, or enjoy area restaurants.

To register for this free workshop, please send an email to, with your full name, email, telephone, school you attend, and class year. You may also register by calling us at 347-689-3914.

A flyer for the workshop is available at
Geographical Scope: Local

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