At LSE and LSE Students’ Union we are committed to creating a safe environment for all students and tackling sexual violence.
Make sure to book your Consent.Ed session below.
We all benefit from learning more about what it means to seek and give consent, as well as how to safely intervene when a situation isn’t quite right.
As the students of LSE, we are a big part of the culture at our university. Together we want to build a positive, respectful consent culture.
Consent.Ed is a requirement for some opportunities at LSE. This includes being a leader of a student society/club and attending certain LSE Students’ Union events.
All students should complete the online Consent.Ed course before you arrive on campus.
This course aims to empower students to make positive decisions about their own relationships and interactions with others and provide information on where you can get support whilst you are studying at LSE.
CONTENT WARNING: This course discusses topics of sexual assault, harassment, abuse and rape. You do not have to participate in this Consent.Ed training course should you feel unable to do so.
You should book a Consent.Ed session to attend in person once you arrive on campus.
ALL new students and society committee members must attend a Consent.Ed session, but anyone is welcome and all are encouraged to attend.
Consent.Ed in person sessions will empower you to be a leader within our LSE community. The sessions will be facilitated by students, explore issues around consent, and provide an opportunity to discuss how we can look out for one another and create an inclusive campus.
Please note, the in person session are a separate workshop to the online training linked above - you should complete your online training and attend an in person session.
We understand that you may have concerns about the sensitive nature of Consent.Ed. We've designed the course and the in person sessions to be empowering, and we've tried to be sensitive about the content. You do not have to participate in this course should you feel unable to do so. We encourage anyone concerned about the content or attending Consent.Ed to email us at email@example.com.
And if you have any questions at all, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.