1 – 5 April 2019

At Griffith University, we all share a responsibility to create respectful and safe campus communities, where assault, harassment and disrespectful behaviours are not tolerated.

All staff and students are encouraged to participate in It's On All Of Us week activities to increase awareness, understanding and confidence.

  1. It’s on all of us to  recognise when something's not right;
  2. It's on all of us to  be effective bystanders;
  3. It's on all of us to  know how to support our friends and colleagues;
  4. It's on all of us to  call out and report disrespectful behaviour;
  5. It's on all of us to  create safe campus communities.

Events calendar

Monday 1 April

Counsellor Drop-In sessions

11.00am - 12.00pm

Griffith's dedicated Counsellor, Violence Response and Prevention will be available for short drop-in sessions.

Venue: Student Services, S02

No appointment required.

Free food

It's On All Of Us to create safe campus communities

12.00 - 1.00pm

Join staff and students to learn more about 'It’s on All Of Us' – food vans, drinks and information available on how to access support for you and those around you.

Free serves available to the first 150 participants. No registration required.

Venue: QCA undercroft and lawn

Note: submissions and statistics from the Australian Human Rights Commission Change the Course report will be displayed - some staff and students may find this triggering.  Any person who is affected can contact the Counsellor, Violence Response and Prevention on 5552 9600.

Self-Defense Workshop

Be Mindful. Be Safe.

2.30 – 4.30pm

Encouraging all staff and students to be mindful and safe, both on and off campus. This 2 hour workshop identifies habits that make us vulnerable and educates participants on habits that enhance the personal safety of themselves and their loved ones.

Open gender session.

Venue: Webb Centre (S02) room 7.07

Please register your participation using the registration form below (add to calendar will not register a RSVP).

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01/04/2019 02:30 PM01/04/2019 04:30 PMAustralia/BrisbaneSelf-defense Workshop  Be Mindful. Be Safe.During It's On All of Us week, and always, Griffith encourages all staff and students to be mindful and safe, both on and off campus. This 2 hour workshop identifies habits that make us vulnerable and educates participants on habits that enhance the personal safety of themselves and their loved ones. Webb Centre (S02) Room 7.07, South Bank campus Griffith Universitysafe-campuses@griffith.edu.aufalseDD/MM/YYYYaRwOlGPKuzWTxIvMimaK288181440
Tuesday 2 April

SASH: The University Context

Workshop

10.30am - 12.00pm

This session is aimed at encouraging staff to consider the impacts of Sexual Assault/Sexual Harassment (SASH) and other personal violence in the context of the University community and will discuss topics such as:

  • Cultural considerations for international students
  • Responding to/supporting students in crisis/who have disclosed/who have been triggered by course content
  • Preparing our graduates - with respect to GUs social justice values, and as future first responders

Venue: (G11) room 3.64

Please register your participation using the registration form below (add to calendar will not register a RSVP).

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02/04/2019 10.30:00 AM02/04/2019 12:00 PMAustralia/BrisbaneSASH: The University ContextThis session is aimed at encouraging staff to consider the impacts of Sexual Assault/Sexual Harassment (SASH) and other personal violence in the context of the University community and will discuss topics such as: Cultural considerations for international students; Responding to/supporting students in crisis/who have disclosed/who have been triggered by course content; Preparing our graduates with respect to Griffith's social justice values, and as future first responders. Learning Commons (G11) room 3.64, Gold Coast campus Griffith Universitysafe-campuses@griffith.edu.aufalseDD/MM/YYYYaRwOlGPKuzWTxIvMimaK288181440

Free food

It's On All Of Us to create safe campus communities

12.00 - 1.00pm

Join staff and students to learn more about 'It’s on All Of Us' – food vans, drinks and information available on how to access support for you and those around you.

Free serves available to the first 250 participants. No registration required.

Venue: Outside the Library (G11)

Note: submissions and statistics from the Australian Human Rights Commission Change the Course report will be displayed - some staff and students may find this triggering.  Any person who is affected can contact the Counsellor, Violence Response and Prevention on 5552 9600.

Counsellor Drop-In sessions

1.00 - 2.00pm

Griffith's dedicated Counsellor, Violence Response and Prevention will be available for short drop-in sessions.

Venue: Student Services, G33

No appointment required.

MATE Bystander Program

Workshop

2.00 - 4.00pm

Empowering communities, preventing violence. The MATE Bystander Program is an education and intervention program teaching us all to be leaders in the prevention of violence and harmful behaviour. Participants will learn how to use effective leadership to recognise and challenge attitudes, beliefs and behaviour that lead to violence.

Venue: (G11) room 3.64

Please register your participation using the registration form below (add to calendar will not register a RSVP).

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02/04/2019 02:00 PM02/04/2019 04:00 PMAustralia/BrisbaneMATE Bystander Program WorkshopMATE - Motivating Action Through Empowerment. The MATE Bystander Program is an education and intervention program teaching us all to be leaders in the prevention of violence and harmful behaviour. Participants will learn how to use effective leadership to recognise and challenge attitudes, beliefs and behaviour that lead to violence. Learning Commons (G11) room 3.64, Gold Coast campus Griffith Universitysafe-campuses@griffith.edu.aufalseDD/MM/YYYYaRwOlGPKuzWTxIvMimaK288181440

Self-Defense Workshop

Female only session

3.00 - 4.00pm

Encouraging all staff and students to be mindful and safe, both on and off campus.

This 1 hour practical workshop educates participants on habits that enhance the personal safety of themselves and their loved ones.  Workshops with a theory component are offered at Logan, Nathan and South Bank campuses.

Venue: Student Guild Function Centre - The Link Building (G07)

Register via Student Guild (free for staff and students). Staff should choose the 'Griffith staff' option when registering.

Self-Defense workshop

Open gender session

4.00 - 5.00pm

Encouraging all staff and students to be mindful and safe, both on and off campus.

This 1 hour practical workshop educates participants on habits that enhance the personal safety of themselves and their loved ones.  Workshops with a theory component are offered at Logan, Nathan and South Bank campuses.

Venue: Student Guild Function Centre - The Link Building (G07)

Register via Student Guild (free for staff and students). Staff should choose the 'Griffith staff' option when registering.

Ninety Percent

Short film

4.15 - 5.00pm

In order to start a conversation about campus safety, Acting students from the Queensland Conservatorium teamed up with LiveLab to present a short film which draws on thought-provoking material from critically acclaimed contemporary Australian plays.

The Ninety Percent short film is provided for the education and awareness of all Griffith University staff and students.  Viewers can access a toolkit to assist with future screenings.  Note: Ninety Percent is intended for an internal audience ONLY.

*Trigger warning - this performance contains information and depictions of sexual assault and/or violence which may be triggering to survivors.  Support is available at the event, on campus or through 1800RESPECT.

Venue: Griffith Business School (G42) room 3.09

Please register your participation using the registration form below (add to calendar will not register a RSVP).

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02/04/2019 4:15 PM02/04/2019 5:00 PMAustralia/BrisbaneNinety Percent short filmIn order to start a conversation about campus safety, Acting students from the Qld Conservatorium worked with LiveLab to present a short film which draws on thought-provoking material from critically acclaimed Australian plays. Griffith Business School (G42) room 3.09, Gold Coast campus Griffith Universitysafe-campuses@griffith.edu.aufalseDD/MM/YYYYaRwOlGPKuzWTxIvMimaK288181440
Friday 5 April

Workshop

It’s on all of Us. Recognise – Respond – Refer

11.30am - 12.30pm

It’s on all of us at Griffith to understand the support and reporting options available to staff and students. This workshop will highlight the importance of receiving a disclosure with empathy and respect, and educate participants on the varied support and reporting options available.

Venue: Griffith Business School (G42) room 4.23

Please register your participation using the registration form below (add to calendar will not register a RSVP).

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05/04/2019 11:30 AM05/04/2019 12:30 PMAustralia/BrisbaneRecognise. Respond. Refer workshopIt’s on all of us at Griffith to understand the support and reporting options available to staff and students. This workshop will highlight the importance of receiving a disclosure with empathy and respect, and educate participants on the varied support and reporting options available. Griffith Business School (G42) room 4.23, Gold Coast campus Griffith Universitysafe-campuses@griffith.edu.aufalseDD/MM/YYYYaRwOlGPKuzWTxIvMimaK288181440
Wednesday 3 April

Ninety Percent

Short film

10.30-11.15am

In order to start a conversation about campus safety, Acting students from the Queensland Conservatorium teamed up with LiveLab to present a short film which draws on thought-provoking material from critically acclaimed contemporary Australian plays.

The Ninety Percent short film is provided for the education and awareness of all Griffith University staff and students.  Viewers can access a toolkit to assist with future screenings.  Note: Ninety Percent is intended for an internal audience ONLY.

*Trigger warning - this performance contains information and depictions of sexual assault and/or violence which may be triggering to survivors.  Support is available at the event, on campus or through 1800RESPECT.

Venue: Arts and Music (M09) room 1.129

Please register your participation using the registration form below (add to calendar will not register a RSVP).

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03/04/2019 10:30 AM03/04/2019 11:15 AMAustralia/BrisbaneNinety Percent - short film screeningIn order to start a conversation about campus safety, Acting students from the Queensland Conservatorium teamed up with LiveLab to present a short film which draws on thought-provoking material from critically acclaimed contemporary Australian plays. Arts and Music (M09) room 1.129, Mt GravattGriffith Universitysafe-campuses@griffith.edu.aufalseDD/MM/YYYYaRwOlGPKuzWTxIvMimaK288181440

Free food

It's On All Of Us to create safe campus communities

12.00 - 1.00pm

Join staff and students to learn more about 'It’s on All Of Us' – food vans, drinks and information available on how to access support for you and those around you.

Free serves available to the first 150 participants. No registration required.

Venue: Undercroft (M13)

Note: submissions and statistics from the Australian Human Rights Commission Change the Course report will be displayed - some staff and students may find this triggering.  Any person who is affected can contact the Counsellor, Violence Response and Prevention on 5552 9600.

Counsellor Drop-In sessions

1.00-2.00pm

Drop in to meet a counsellor and arrange a follow-up appointment with the Counsellor, Violence Response and Prevention.

Venue: Student Services (M23)

No appointment required.

Workshop webinar (videoconference)

It’s on all of Us. Recognise – Respond – Refer

2.30 – 3.30pm

It’s on all of us at Griffith to understand the support and reporting options available to staff and students. This workshop will highlight the importance of receiving a disclosure with empathy and respect, and educate participants on the varied support and reporting options available.

Venue: Social Sciences (M10) 5.04 or LINK to access

Registration required to access webinar link.

Please register your participation using the registration form below (add to calendar will not register a RSVP).

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03/04/2019 2:30 PM03/04/2019 3:30 PMAustralia/BrisbaneRecognise. Respond. Refer webinar/videoconferenceIt’s on all of us at Griffith to understand the support and reporting options available to staff and students. This workshop will highlight the importance of receiving a disclosure with empathy and respect, and educate participants on the varied support and reporting options available. Social Sciences (M10) room 5.04, Mt Gravatt or online via LINK Griffith Universitysafe-campuses@griffith.edu.aufalseDD/MM/YYYYaRwOlGPKuzWTxIvMimaK288181440
Friday 5 April

MATE Bystander Program

Workshop

9.30 - 11.30am

Empowering communities, preventing violence. The MATE Bystander Program is an education and intervention program teaching us all to be leaders in the prevention of violence and harmful behaviour. Participants will learn how to use effective leadership to recognise and challenge attitudes, beliefs and behaviour that lead to violence.

Venue: Social Sciences (M10) 5.02/5.03

Please register your participation using the registration form below (add to calendar will not register a RSVP).

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05/04/2019 9:30 AM05/04/2019 11:30 AMAustralia/BrisbaneMATE Bystander Program workshopMATE - Motivating Action Through Empowerment. The MATE Bystander Program is an education and intervention program teaching us all to be leaders in the prevention of violence and harmful behaviour. Participants will learn how to use effective leadership to recognise and challenge attitudes, beliefs and behaviour that lead to violence. Social Sciences (M10) room 5.02/5.03, Mt Gravatt or online via LINK Griffith Universitysafe-campuses@griffith.edu.aufalseDD/MM/YYYYaRwOlGPKuzWTxIvMimaK288181440
Wednesday 3 April

Workshop

It’s on all of Us. Recognise – Respond – Refer

9.30-10.30am

It’s on all of us at Griffith to understand the support and reporting options available to staff and students. This workshop will highlight the importance of receiving a disclosure with empathy and respect, and educate participants on the varied support and reporting options available.

Venue: Community Place (L04) room 1.01

Please register your participation using the registration form below (add to calendar will not register a RSVP).

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03/04/2019 9:30 AM03/04/2019 10:30 AMAustralia/BrisbaneRecognise. Respond. Refer workshopIt’s on all of us at Griffith to understand the support and reporting options available to staff and students. This workshop will highlight the importance of receiving a disclosure with empathy and respect, and educate participants on the varied support and reporting options available. Community Place (L04) room 1.01 Griffith Universitysafe-campuses@griffith.edu.aufalseDD/MM/YYYYaRwOlGPKuzWTxIvMimaK288181440

Counsellor Drop-in sessions

11.00am - 12.00pm

Griffith's dedicated Counsellor, Violence Response and Prevention will be available for short drop-in sessions.

Venue: Student Services (L04)

No appointment required.

Free Food

It' On All of Us to create safe campus communities

12.00 – 1.00 pm

Join staff and students to officially launch “It’s on All Of Us week” – food vans, drinks and information available on how to access support for you and those around you.

Free serves available to the first 150 participants. No registration required.

Venue: Hub Link (L07) Undercroft

Note:submissions and statistics from the Australian Human Rights Commission Change the Course report will be displayed - some staff and students may find this triggering.  Any person who is affected can contact the Counsellor, Violence Response and Prevention on 5552 9600.

Self-Defense Workshop

Be Mindful Be Safe

2.30 - 4.30pm

Encouraging staff and students to be mindful and safe, both on and off campus. This 2 hour workshop identifies habits that make us vulnerable and educates participants on habits that enhance the personal safety of themselves and their loved ones.

This session is for women only. Open gender sessions are being held at South Bank and Gold Coast campuses.

Venue: Hub Link (L07) Meadowbrook Room 4.07

Please register your participation using the registration form below (add to calendar will not register a RSVP).

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03/04/2019 02:30 PM03/04/2019 04:30 PMAustralia/BrisbaneSelf-defense Workshop  Be Mindful. Be Safe.During It's On All of Us week, and always, Griffith encourages all staff and students to be mindful and safe, both on and off campus. This 2 hour workshop identifies habits that make us vulnerable and educates participants on habits that enhance the personal safety of themselves and their loved ones. Hub Link (L07) Meadowbrook room 4.07 Griffith Universitysafe-campuses@griffith.edu.aufalseDD/MM/YYYYaRwOlGPKuzWTxIvMimaK288181440
Wednesday 3 April

Gendered Violence in the Community

Panel discussion

5.00 - 7.00pm

Domestic Violence Champion and Seven News presenter Kay McGrath will lead a panel discussion on the impact of gendered violence across all aspects of the community, highlighting that gendered violence does not discriminate based on background or personal circumstances.  Panelists Include:

  • Shaan Ross-Smith, Chair of the Board of Directors, DV Connect
  • Kim Groenewald, Survivor and Domestic Violence Advocate
  • Cecilia Barassi-Rubio, Director, Immigrant Womens Support Service
  • Ben Bjarnesen, Churchill Fellow and advocate for survivors in the LGBTI+ community
  • Leona Berrie, WWILD Sexual Violence Prevention Association - working alongside people with intellectual and learning disabilities

Venue: Sir Samuel Griffith Centre (N78) room 1.19

Please register your participation using the registration form below (add to calendar will not register a RSVP).

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03/04/2019 4:45 PM03/04/2019 7:00 PMAustralia/BrisbaneGendered Violence in the CommunityDomestic Violence Champion and Seven News presenter Kay McGrath will lead a panel discussion on the impact of gendered violence across all aspects of the community, highlighting that gendered violence does not discriminate based on background or personal circumstances.  Panelists include: Shaan Ross-Smith, Chair of the Board of Directors, DV Connect; Kim Groenewald, Survivor and Domestic Violence Advocate; Cecilia Barassi-Rubio, Director, Immigrant Womens Support Service; and Ben Bjarnesen, Churchill Fellow and advocate for survivors in the LGBTI+ community. Sir Samuel Griffith Centre (N78) room 1.19 Griffith Universitysafe-campuses@griffith.edu.aufalseDD/MM/YYYYaRwOlGPKuzWTxIvMimaK288181440
Thursday 4 April

Self-Defense Workshop

Be Mindful Be Safe

9.30 - 11.30am

Encouraging staff and students to be mindful and safe, both on and off campus. This 2 hour workshop identifies habits that make us vulnerable and educates participants on habits that enhance the personal safety of themselves and their loved ones.

This session is for women only. Open gender sessions are being held at South Bank and Gold Coast campuses.

Venue: Multi Faith Centre (N35)

This session is now full.  Additional registrations will be added to a waitlist. 

Sport and gender

Panel discussion

10.00am - 12.00pm

Shaan Ross-Smith, Chair of the Board of Directors, DV Connect and Director, MATE Bystander Program will lead a panel discussion on the iintersection between sport and gender.  Panelists Include:

  • Jaymes Boland-Rudder, National Rugby League (NRL)
  • Dr Adele Pavlidis, Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research
  • Naomi McCarthy, Griffith Sports College
  • Michael Jeh, White Ribbon Ambassador

Venue:Campus Heart (N76) 1.01

Please register your participation using the registration form below (add to calendar will not register a RSVP).

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04/04/2019 9:45 AM04/04/2019 12:00 PMAustralia/BrisbaneSport and Gender panel discussionShaan Ross-Smith, Chair of the Board of Directors, DV Connect and Director, MATE Bystander Program will lead a panel discussion on the iintersection between sport and gender.  Panelists include: Jaymes Boland-Rudder, National Rugby League (NRL); Dr Adele Pavlidis, Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research; Naomi McCarthy, Griffith Sports College; and Michael Jeh, White Ribbon Ambassador. Campus Heart (N76) room 1.01-1.03 Griffith Universitysafe-campuses@griffith.edu.aufalseDD/MM/YYYYaRwOlGPKuzWTxIvMimaK288181440

Free Food

It's On All Of Us to create safe campus communities

12.00 - 1.00pm

It’s On All Of Us at Griffith to understand the support and reporting options available to staff and students. This workshop will highlight the importance of receiving a disclosure with empathy and respect, and educate participants on the varied support and reporting options available.

Free serves available to the first 250 participants. No registration required.

Venue: Undercroft and lawn (Macrossan (N16))

Note: submissions and statistics from the Australian Human Rights Commission Change the Course report will be displayed - some staff and students may find this triggering.  Any person who is affected can contact the Counsellor, Violence Response and Prevention on 5552 9600.

Counsellor Drop-in sessions

1.00-2.00pm

Griffith's dedicated Counsellor, Violence Response and Prevention will be available for short drop-in sessions.

Venue: Student Services (N12)

No appointment required.

Ninety Percent

Short film screening

3.30 - 4.15pm

In order to start a conversation about campus safety, Acting students from the Queensland Conservatorium present a short film which draws on thought-provoking material from critically acclaimed contemporary Australian plays.

*Trigger warning - this performance contains information and depictions of sexual assault and/or violence which may be triggering to survivors.  Support is available at the event, on campus or through 1800RESPECT.

Venue: Macrossan (N16) 0.08

Please register your participation using the registration form below (add to calendar will not register a RSVP).

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04/04/2019 3:30 PM03/04/2019 4:15 PMAustralia/BrisbaneNinety Percent short filmIn order to start a conversation about campus safety, Acting students from the Qld Conservatorium worked with LiveLab to present a short film which draws on thought-provoking material from critically acclaimed Australian plays. Macrossan (N16) room 0.08, Nathan campus Griffith Universitysafe-campuses@griffith.edu.aufalseDD/MM/YYYYaRwOlGPKuzWTxIvMimaK288181440

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