Consent Violation Recovery
Jan 22nd (Part 1) and Jan 29th (Part 2), 6:30-9:30pm
We all need to be able to talk about Consent. Most of us have learned the idea that No means No, but Consent goes way beyond that. Sometimes consent is violated, and many are unsure of how to support their loved ones when that happens. In the absence of information, survivors and their families may benefit from education about sexual assault and its impact on the survivor and their family. Education will also allow for survivors and families to advocate for survivor rights around grief and loss as well as the family’s rights as secondary survivors across different settings (e.g., school, work).
- No late entry will be allowed due to the intimate nature of this workshop. Doors will be locked at 10 minutes after the start time.
- Water available. Please bring your own cup or bottle.
- Attendance is limited to 30 people.
- All sexes, genders, ethnicities, sexual orientations, relationship orientations welcome and celebrated.
- Questions may be directed to: email@example.com
About the Educators:
The Consent Academy is a group of dedicated educators and activists who provide quality consent training and consultations. We have come together to promote Consent Culture through education, speaking out, and supporting organizations that want to do better. We talk a lot about consent and consensual activity. It’s the cornerstone of what we teach and who we are. And while that is easy to say, we know that living a dedication to consent takes work, awareness, and a willingness to engage.
Presented by the Consent Academy: www.consent.academy