For more information and guidance

Resources working to address sexual assault on campus.

End Rape on Campus
Guidance on using Title IX to file a complaint, access to support groups, FAQs and activism

Know Your IX
Concise information and statistics about sexual assault on campus, compelling graphics, campus policy guides, activist profiles, and details on how to file a complaint

Trainings and policy guidance for the enforcement of victims’ rights; free and reduced-fee services for administrative, civil and criminal processes; activist empowerment; institutional support; and survivor assistance

Not Alone
Resources from the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault, including reports, a policy guide, prevention resources, instructions for filing complaints, a school-by-school enforcement map, and a public service announcement featuring the president, the vice president and other public figures.

Rape, Abuse & Incest 
National Network
Resources from the nation’s largest anti-sexual assault organization, including a national crisis hotline, fact sheets, guidelines on reporting, a speakers bureau and survivor services

National Sexual Violence 
Resource Center
Statistics, news, fact sheets, publications, campaign guides, action steps, brochures, guidelines and more

Students Active for Ending Rape
Empowering students to hold schools accountable through teach-ins, trainings and other resources

Culture of Respect
Resources for victims of campus sexual assaults, their friends and their parents, including statistics; synopses of legal rights; activism and mobilization ideas; and social media material, including a collection of compelling videos.

AFT On Campus, Spring 2015
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