Survivor Only Consent.Ed sessions taking place on LSE Campus.
Survivor consent workshops are run by Not The Only One, in collaboration with the SU, to offer an alternative option for students who may find attending consent workshops difficult.
Not The Only One is a unique initiative for students who have experienced sexual violence at any point in their life, including child sexual abuse. Their work is unambiguously survivor-led and co-developed with students at a range of universities.
The survivor consent workshops are open only to students who have experienced some form of sexual violence / abuse. This could have been non-physical, a one-time experience, a long time ago - or something that has happened in different ways at different times. All genders and sexualities are welcome.
The workshops provide a space to learn about and discuss consent in a trauma-informed manner together with other survivors. Each workshop is a survivor only space run in a small group and facilitated by two members of Not The Only One. They will not ask you to discuss your experience(s).
The workshops are for anyone who has experienced some form of sexual violence / abuse. This could have been non-physical, a one time experience, a long time ago - or something that has happened in different ways at different times. We will not ask you to discuss your experience(s).
This event will be taking place in the Vera Anstey Room - Old Building on LSE Campus (map here).
How to book your space
All sessions are free but you need to secure your place by adding a ticket to your basket and checking out. You should be able to log in using your LSE log in details, or you can log in as a Guest.
For more information on Consent.Ed, check out our homepage.