Our approach to creating change on campus involves three areas:
1. We engage students individually, starting conversations and challenging stereotypes about sexual assault that lead to victim blaming. We hold training sessions and discussion groups to educate students and CASE volunteers about the causes and impacts of sexual violence.
2. We collaborate and connect with other groups on and off campus to create a campus culture that does not tolerate sexual assault or harassment in any way. No matter what kind of club or organization you are a part of, a proper understanding of consent and respect for individuals is necessary for success in all relationships, sexual or otherwise.
We also run awareness campaigns throughout the year to engage the greater campus community in a dialogue about the importance of sober, enthusiastic consent in sexual relationships.
3. We advocate for long-term sustainable changes and improvements in sexual assault prevention and responses on campus.
Awards & Grants
2015 - Awarded $108, 270 from SU Quality Money for 'Sexual Assault Prevention Project - Creating a Culture of Consent"
2015 - Best Club Award
2014 - Advocacy Award
2016 - L.O.V.E. nominee
Edmonton Slutwalk 2013.