Live Respect on Campus Toolkit

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2018
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The LIVERESPECT toolkit offers resources for college students who want to promote healthy, respectful manhood and prevent dating violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, bullying, and other forms of violence and discrimination. Includes information on:

  • How to organize on campus to create a culture of respect, equity, and value for all
  • How the campus community can join the #LIVERESPECT movement
  • How to take the #LIVERESPECT on Campus pledge

The free downloadable toolkit helps students organize effectively to create a campus culture of respect, equity, and value for all. It includes videos, template materials, social media graphics, and an online pledge.

Access the toolkit, as well as PSAs and other resources, on A Call to Men's website. For more information or to bring A Call to Men to your campus, contact  Lina Juarbe Botella at lina@acalltomen.org.

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