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        The Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault creates the social change necessary to end sexual violence. 


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        Campus Sexual Assault Meeting

        June 27: 9:30am-4:45pm

        UW- Stevens Point

         

        What: A full day of training, discussion and networking

        For Whom: Those currently engaging in sexual assault work on a campus (including universities/colleges and organizations that provide them with SA services)

        When: Tuesday, June 27, 9:30am-4:45pm

        Where: UW-Stevens Point

        Cost: Attendance is FREE

        Meals: Coffee, tea, water, and an assortment of baked goods will be provided in the morning. Lunch will be on your own.

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        Schedule: Please note that this registration form will ask you to select your preferred afternoon breakout topics (listed below, and again later in this survey).

        9:30am-10:00am Welcome & Introductions

        10:00am-noon Training: Providing Culturally Specific Services

        Noon-1:00pm Lunch (on your own – list of local options will be provided)

        1:00-2:00pm Breakout 1

        Topic A: Prevention & Education Strategies
        Topic B: Title IX & Clery Compliance

        2:00-2:15pm Break

        2:15-3:15pm Breakout 2

        Topic A: Campus Sexual Assault Advocacy
        Topic B: Sexual Violence Climate Surveys

        3:15-3:30pm Break

        3:30-4:30pm Breakout 3

        Topic A: Collaborations Between Campus & Community SA Service Providers
        Topic B: Campus Sexual Misconduct Policies

         

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        Not Alone Report

        In April 2014, the White House issued a report—Not Alone: The First Report of the White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault—which included recommendations and resources related to sexual assault on college campuses. The report focuses on the following four areas:

        1. Identify the scope of the problem on college campuses;
        2. help prevent campus sexual assault;
        3. help schools respond effectively when a student is assaulted; and
        4. improve, and make more transparent, the federal government’s enforcement efforts.

        WCASA responded to the White House’s report by creating a Campus Coordinator position, in order to work at the local level across the state with campuses and community sexual assault service providers. While that position was short term and ended in 2015, WCASA continues to provide technical assistance and training regarding sexual assault on college campuses.

        For more information, please contact Jessi Corocoran, Prevention Coordinator. Additionally, to building a network for resource sharing both across campuses and between campuses and local sexual assault service providers, a listserv was developed. You can sign up for the listserv here.

         

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        2017 Calendar

        Regional TA Info/Trainings

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        > August 29 (10:00am)

        Grant Writing 101 (held in conjunction with End Domestic Abuse WI)

        > August 29 (2:00pm):  Medical Advocacy Webinar Series: DNA Essentials for Advocates and Survivors

        > August 31: Anti-Oppression: How CCR/SART teams can work to serve the marginalized populations in their communities, Green Bay

        > September 14 & 15, 
        Fall Director's Meeting, Middleton

        > September 19 (4:00pm): La Mitad del Mundo (Film Screening in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month)

        > September 21 (10:00am): 
        Medical Advocacy Webinar Series: Wisconsin Department of Justice SANE Program

        > September 26: SART Foundations & Case Reviews, Marshfield

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