In the wake of the most recent NSSS, and with the issue of student safety once again on the agenda, how do we avoid the same mistakes? What do we change when nothing changes?
The continued silence in the upcoming election on domestic violence only perpetuates the problem.
Acknowledging the structural nature of sexual violence needn’t result in narrow economism.
The action was organised by activists at USyd, UTS and Macquarie University.
Five years on from the landmark 2016 AHRC Survey, the Social Research Centre’s report indicates that much remains to be done for victims and survivors of sexual violence.
Feminist activists spoke out against rape culture and systemic lack of support for survivors as universities await the results of the 2021 National Student Safety Survey due for release tomorrow.