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Consent is when someone agrees, gives permission, or says "yes" to sexual activity with other persons. All people in a sexual situation must feel that they are able to say "yes" or "no" or stop the sexual activity at any point.
Consent is needed to debunk and demystify myths and misconceptions!
There are many ways you can get involved in the consent campaign, to ensure LSE take the matter seriously, and provide mandatory consent training for all students.
Here are some of the ways:
There is a series of 2 hour workshops that students can book themselves onto via Eventbrite (using the password ‘EDI’):
Workshops will cover sexual consent, as well as wider issues around discrimination/hate crime. It has been agreed that attendance will be compulsory for the sabs and PTOs, as well as one person per club/soc committee.
Book yourself onto one of our workshops using the links below;
If you have been affected by harassment or sexual violence then there is confidential support available. The LSESU Advice team have received training in responding to disclosures and can advise on School procedures. You can also find information about different sources of support (both internal and external), as well as how to make a report to the School here
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