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Sexual harassment and assault on campus: What can Aotearoa New Zealand learn from Australia’s ‘Respect. Now. Always.’ initiative Carisa R. Showden

By: Showden, Carisa R.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Women's Studies Journal.Publisher: Women's Studies Association (NZ) / Pae Akoranga Wāhine, 2018Subject(s): INTERVENTION | PREVENTION | SEXUAL HARASSMENT | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | TERTIARY EDUCATION | TERTIARY STUDENTS | YOUNG PEOPLE | NEW ZEALAND | AUSTRALIAOnline resources: Click here to access online In: Women's Studies Journal, 2018, 32(1/2): 73 - 80. (Open access)Summary: On 4 September 2018, the University of Auckland hosted a hui on preventing and responding to sexual assault and harassment on university campuses. The hui was organised by the Australian and New Zealand Student Services Association (ANZSSA), and included speakers from the University of Sydney and Universities Australia. The speakers outlined new initiatives recently launched across the tertiary sector in Australia. After explaining the ‘Respect. Now. Always.’ and ‘Safer Communities’ initiatives, this report considers lessons the Aotearoa New Zealand tertiary sector could learn from them. This report was prepared with the written assistance and approval of Renee Hamilton (Policy Director for Safety and Wellbeing, Universities Australia), Amber Colhoun (Project Manager for Student Support Services, University of Sydney), and Jordi Austin (Director of Student Support Services, University of Sydney). (Author's abstract). Record #6119
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Women's Studies Journal, 2018, 32(1/2): 73 - 80. (Open access)

On 4 September 2018, the University of Auckland hosted a hui on preventing and responding to sexual assault and harassment on university campuses. The hui was organised by the Australian and New Zealand Student Services Association (ANZSSA), and included speakers from the University of Sydney and Universities Australia. The speakers outlined new initiatives recently launched across the tertiary sector in Australia. After explaining the ‘Respect. Now. Always.’ and ‘Safer Communities’ initiatives, this report considers lessons the Aotearoa New Zealand tertiary sector could learn from them. This report was prepared with the written assistance and approval of Renee Hamilton (Policy Director for Safety and Wellbeing, Universities Australia), Amber Colhoun (Project Manager for Student Support Services, University of Sydney), and Jordi Austin (Director of Student Support Services, University of Sydney). (Author's abstract). Record #6119