Sexual assault and sexual harassment are not tolerated at Griffith University
All members of the Griffith University community have a right to feel welcome, safe and supported. We are committed to providing safe and inclusive campus communities, free from harassment, bullying, discrimination and assault and encourage members of the Griffith community to call out, report and seek support when these behaviours occur.
IT'S ON ALL OF US
At Griffith University, we all share a responsibility to create respectful and safe campus communities, where assault, harassment and disrespectful behaviours are not tolerated.
As part of a range of awareness and education activities, the University hosts an annual sexual violence awareness and prevention week, It's On All Of Us week.
- It’s on all of us to recognise when something's not right;
- It's on all of us to be effective bystanders;
- It's on all of us to know how to support our friends and colleagues;
- It's on all of us to call out and report disrespectful behaviour;
- It's on all of us to create safe campus communities.
Date Claimer: Save the date for It's On All Of Us 2020 - Trimester 1, Week 6 - 30 March to 3 April 2020. Suggestions for activities, speakers and events are welcome.
It's On All Of Us
For the inaugural It’s On All of Us week in 2018, then first year Acting students from our Performing Arts department at QCGU compiled and performed Ninety Percent to live audiences.
This powerful performance has since been filmed by LiveLab at Griffith Film School and is now provided for Griffith staff and students as a learning tool, aimed at sparking conversation and increasing awareness.
See Respectful Campus Communities to access the film and download a user toolkit.
If you're struggling to understand consent, Cycling through Consent can simplify it for you. If consent is not given, or if it is revoked, it's not okay to continue.
Griffith thanks Western University for the use of this resource.
Consent Matters: Boundaries, Respect and Positive Intervention is a free online course that will help you understand sexual consent and how to recognise situations when consent can and can't be given, whatever your gender or sexuality. The course can support you in thinking about your own boundaries and how to talk about them. It also demonstrates different ways you could step in if you see or hear something you're uncomfortable with. This interactive course uses quizzes and student scenarios alongside research and resources.
Staff and students are encouraged to complete Consent Matters now available on Learning at Griffith.
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