I imagine you are beginning to adapt and find new routines as we have moved our world and interactions online. Typically, April is a busy month for us at the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, as we observe Sexual Assault Awareness Month with keynote speakers, workshops, social media campaigns, in-person gatherings, the iconic Harvard Wears Denim day (which our Consent Advocates and Relationship Educators expertly organize every year), and Our Voices (a student-led performance organized in partnership with OSAPR).
Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana said Friday he will work with the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response to pilot new forms of bystander training after survey results showed rates of sexual misconduct among undergraduates have remained stagnant over the past several years.
Roughly 100 Harvard affiliates participated in roundtable discussions at the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response’s day-long conference on gender-based violence Friday.
The conference featured multiple panels of experts and activists who work to prevent gender-based violence. Keynote speakers Global Executive Director of No More Pamela Zaballa and Latinos United for Peace and Equity Co-Founder Ruby White-Starr highlighted the...
High-profile women who worked in the Obama's administration speak about their work in the White House and on issues of workplace diversity, gender equity, and domestic violence on a panel organized by the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response.
“Identity, Privilege, and Implicit Bias” introduces the key concepts and terminology which help us identify and name harmful dynamics within our social, professional, and academic environments. Awareness and understanding of identity, privilege, and implicit bias are precursors to asking and advocating for change in order to make our communities more empowering to everyone. This workshop treats cultural awareness and understanding as skills that can be fostered through discipline-specific conversations which contextualize the diverse aspects of our identities.
The Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club and the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response have announced a partnership to ensure relevant training is provided for directors, producers, stage managers and casts.
In collaboration with OSAPR, the HRDC will provide mandatory training for all directors, producers, and stage managers every season, with the purpose of promoting safer, trauma-informed spaces that are equitable and inclusive.