Workshop Offerings

Safer is committed to reaching the entirety of our campus community - we firmly believe that gender- & power-based violence prevention intersects with all academic disciplines, professional environments, social justice movements, and more. To build an anti-violent culture is to build an equitable culture - and we all benefit from that. While our professional staff and student peer educators specialize in gender- & power-based violence curriculum specifically, we are eager to make these connections for any campus community/organization.

We have prepared materials on the following topics, and are eager to build out additional curriculum as requested. Read below to see our specialty areas:

  • Gender- & power-based violence terminology &¬†dynamics
    • Intimate partner violence
    • Sexual violence
    • Stalking
    • Harassment
    • Sexual exploitation
    • Sex trafficking
  • Trends on campus & in the country
  • Healthy relationships
    • Boundary setting
    • Affirmative consent
    • Relationship flags
    • Communication in relationships
  • Public health & anti-supremacist¬†models to prevention
  • Bystander intervention
  • Intersection of supremacy, oppression & marginalization as roots of violence
  • Responding to disclosures
  • Trauma-informed care & healing-centered engagement
  • Neurobiology of trauma
  • Mandated reporting obligations¬†
    • Being a trauma-informed, survivor-centered mandated reporter
  • Ways to get involved in the movement
  • Resources on- & off-campus for survivors

If you are interested in receiving a workshop for your classroom, department, club, organization, team, or residence hall, submit a request here! Our staff will be in contact with you shortly. If you have any questions, you can email our Prevention Specialist, Jennifer MacMartin, at jmacmart@calpoly.edu.

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