In person Consent.Ed sessions taking place at Bankside Halls.
The in-person sessions will be led by LSE students, who are trained to facilitate discussion in a safe and care-centred space.
CONTENT WARNING: This course discusses topics of sexual assault, harassment, abuse and rape. We recognise the sensitive nature of Consent.Ed and students who feel unable to participate for personal reasons can opt out. Please note that we will hold survivor-only sessions alongside our open sessions.
As this is a sensitive issue, we have designed Consent.Ed to be empowering, been careful with the content and our facilitators have been trained to deliver sensitive content with trigger warnings throughout. We understand that not everyone may feel comfortable taking part in the sessions. We also offer survivor-led workshops, which you can read more about and book onto here if you would feel more comfortable in that space. Alternatively, you can opt out entirely as well which you can read more about on our homepage.
If you’d like to talk to someone about completing Consent.Ed, or if you have any other questions or concerns please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.