SAFER

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SAFER works to strengthen student-led movements to end sexual and interpersonal violence in campus communities. Their website offers basic information about sexual assault and interpersonal violence, as well as information on what makes a good campus policy and how students can work to influence their campus' sexual assault policy. SAFER also offers in-person teach-ins.

SAFER supports grassroots organizing on college campuses by providing online resources and in-person teach-ins. Activists can access basic information about sexual/interpersonal violence, as well as educational and crisis resources and information about campus sexual assault policies.

Student activists can also request a teach-in from SAFER to help bolster their campaign efforts for sexual assault policy reform on their campus.

Contact SAFER to request a teach-in and access online resources on their website.

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