Advancing the #MeToo Movement: Organizational Change through the Culture of Respect Collective

with Allison Tombros Korman, Sarice Greenstein

About This Course

You’ve read the headlines. You know the time to shift our culture and end sexual violence is now. We’ll never say that changing the culture is going to be easy. But Culture of Respect can help.

The Culture of Respect Collective is an ambitious two-year program that brings together institutions of higher education who are dedicated to ending campus sexual violence and guides them through a rigorous process of self-assessment and targeted organizational change. Each diverse cohort relies on an expert-developed public health framework, cross campus collaboration, and peer-led learning to make meaningful programmatic and policy changes. Participating institutions receive strategic support and technical assistance throughout the process, as well as detailed documentation of campus-initiated changes that support survivors, prevent sexual violence, and communicate that violence is unacceptable.

This fall, we will be accepting applications for a new Collective class. Join Culture of Respect staff Allison Tombros Korman and Sarice Greenstein to learn what participation in the Collective entails, the benefits included in the program, and how this comprehensive approach to cultural and institutional change will bring your campus community together as they work to end sexual violence.

Accessing the Presentation

Once you complete your registration, you will be able to access the course by clicking on the "Login" button at the top of this page (or any page on olc.naspa.org).

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  • If you have any difficulty accessing the materials, please contact Jace Kirschner (jkirschner@naspa.org).





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