Flip the Script
Are you interested in sexual assault prevention?
SHARE is hosting workshops to teach students tools for resisting sexual violence. This workshop is for all cis and trans women, as well as non-binary people who are comfortable in a space that centers experiences of women. All class years (undergraduate and graduate students) can attend!
[flyer with text overlaid reads Come to a free workshop and learn tools to help you resist sexual assault. A sexual assault prevention program, Flip the Script, has shown to be effective in preventing sexual assaults! In a research study assessing this program, participants were about 50% less likely to have experienced sexual assault compared to their peers. Some goals of this program are to help… debunk rape myths and victim blaming, provide a space to explore relationship values, reinforce that sexual assault is always the fault of the perpetrator, teach verbal and physical resistance techniques, empower you! Bring a friend! Free food – snacks and meals (Zareen’s, Philz, Mendocino Farms, Etc.) If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org SIGN UP TODAY! QR code image]
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Supported by the Stanford School of Medicine and the SHARE: Education Team.
In the spring of 2018, Stanford University offered the Enhanced Assess, Acknowledge, & Act (EAAA) Sexual Assault Resistance Education Program ("Flip the Script") to undergraduate women--inclusive of trans women--as part as of a pilot program, with an eye to implementing the program more broadly in subsequent years. Flip the Script is implemented in parallel to a program specifically for men & will eventually be implemented in parallel with a program for trans and/or gender non-conforming folks that are currently in development. This is one piece of a comprehensive strategy undertaken at Stanford University to reduce sexual violence and harassment on our campus.
For more information about the Flip the Script and the SARE Centre, please visit their website.
Below is a photo of the professional staff from both Stanford University and the University of Arizona who were trained in the summer of 2017 to train future facilitators.
(From left to right: Grace Poon [Stanford], Rasika Behl [Stanford], Miranda Tuttle [Stanford], Carley Flanery [Stanford], Charlene Senn [SARE Trainer], Stephanie Gee [SARE Trainer], Thea Cola [Arizona], Clea Sarnquist [Stanford], Jennifer Keller [Stanford], Mike Baiocchi [Stanford], Elise Lopez [Arizona])