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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). Participate in SAAM events on campus all month long and learn more by visiting our dedicated SAAM website:

Education and Outreach Programs

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The SHARE Education team develops and contributes to a wide range of programs, projects, and events to increase awareness about sexual and relationship violence, stalking, sexual harassment, and gender-based discrimination and to meet the needs of Stanford students, faculty, and staff.  Our programs promote healthy sexuality and relationships, dispel myths about sexual and relationship violence, examine gender roles and how they relate to sexual and relationship violence, stalking, and sexual harassment, provide guidance on risk reduction, advise students of available resources and explore how each of us can become empowered to end sexual and relationship violence. 

We are always seeking new ideas and opportunities for collaboration. We appreciate the expertise and experiences of our students and colleagues as we aim to work together to create a violence-free community. 

Image defines sexual citizenship as affirming the right of every individual to sexual self-determination, promoting care, equity, and accountability among all members of the community and within all types of relationships, and establishing a community where everyone is entitled to bodily autonomy and empowered to express their yeses and their nos. The Image also lists three categories in which to promote sexual citizenship: In your organization, In your campus community, and within yourself

Our programming efforts include a wide range of related topics including, but not limited to: 

  • Sexual Violence
  • Relationship Violence
  • Stalking
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Gender-based Discrimination
  • Upstander Intervention
  • Understanding Consent
  • Healthy Masculinity
  • Intersectionality, Systems of Oppression, and Sexual Violence
  • Sexuality
  • Intimacy and Relationships
  • Healthy Relationships

These programs are designed to meet the needs of specific audiences. We can come to your dorm, fraternity or sorority meeting, class, community center, or virtually anywhere else that your group is gathered. Presentations are structured to encourage dialogue, reflection, and critical thinking about sexual and relationship violence, stalking, sexual harassment, and gender-based discrimination, as well as to offer ways to challenge thoughts and behaviors that contribute to this violence.

You can easily Request a Training, or contact staff at to discuss your needs and schedule a program for your campus group.