Multi-media campaigns to help campus communities address sexual violence

How do you plan to address sexual violence this coming academic year. The One Student team is pleased to provide relevant and vibrant educational campaigns free of charge to anyone who wishes to use them.

Want to start a conversation about consent? Got it. Want to build a community supportive of survivors? Got it. Want to encourage individuals to be engaged bystanders? We’ve got that too. We invite you to check out our educational campaigns (http://onestudent.org/campaigns/) and use them in your community. Looking for something in particular that’s not currently offered on our site? Just ask and we will help you find it or we’ll consider developing a campaign to meet your needs.

We’re all in this together and one student at a time we can shift the culture.

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