Supporting Survivors Series
Trauma-Informed Support & 50 First Words
How to support a survivor in a trauma-informed manner while being cognizant of culturally-specificbarriers to help-seeking for those with minoritized identities
The First 2 Hours
How to support a survivor in the first two hours after they disclose a traumatic experience to you
Supporting Accused Education
How to support someone who has caused harm
Building a Culture of Consent Series
Part 1: Introduction to Consent
Key Topics: What is consent? Why is consent important? What does consent look like? How can I establish my boundaries?
Part 2: Relationship-Oriented Consent
Key Topics: What are my needs, wants, curiosities, and boundaries? How can I verbalize my needs, wants, curiosities, and boundaries? How can I understand my partner's needs and boundaries?
Part 3: Community-Oriented Consent
Key Topics: How can our community establish a culture of consent? How can we establish a community of Upstanders?
In this video, we discuss how technology could be used to harm others, signs and indicators of abuse, online safety practices, and how to be mindful of how you use technology.
How to Be an Upstander
Learn how to be an upstander and practice sexual citizenship in a short 5 min video that goes over the 4 D's of intervention: Direct, Distract, Delegate, Delay.
Introduction of SHARE Title IX Office and Sexual Harassment Resources at Stanford
In this video, you will learn more about the Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Education (SHARE) Title IX Office and related Sexual Harassment Resources at Stanford University.
Presentation Video - Published on Mar 12, 2021
Stanford SHARE Title IX Office Policies, Procedures, & Resources
In this video, you will learn about TIX policies, procedures, and resources at Stanford.
Presentation video - Published on Oct 15, 2020