By Tori Vandelinde on November 7, 2018 · tagged as ,

2018 National Sexual Assault Conference: Follow the Leader: Lessons Learned from the Nation’s Leading Prevention Institutions

The 2018 National Sexual Assault Conference, “Bold Moves: Ending Sexual Violence in One Generation,” was held in Anaheim, CA, August 29-31 2018. This workshop was part of the Campus track, co-sponsored by the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Catharsis Productions, and EverFi. Learn more and access workshop materials here.

In this workshop, Holly Rider-Milkovich outlines strategies for success for campuses to become leading institutions in sexual violence prevention. Holly walks workshop attendees through EverFi’s Sexual Assault Diagnostic Inventory and highlights key elements to institutionalizing prevention, critical processes for elevating prevention, and programming necessities for success.

Holly also wrote a blog for Ms. Magazine’s series on the 2018 National Sexual Assault Conference. Holly’s blog, Bold Moves to End Sexual Violence: Challenging the Dialogue on Sex and Relationships Facing Gen Z, calls out key data points from youth highlighting that, contrary to the critical national dialogue, youth do not prefer hookups, and are looking to have meaningful, romantic connections with others.

Holly also mentions the following resources for sexual violence prevention efforts on and off campus:

  • Moving toward prevention: A guide for reframing sexual violence from the Berkeley Media Studies Group and the National Sexual Violence Resource Center. Visit our blog to learn more [link]
  • Communicating publicly about sexual assault on campus: Tips for senior administrators from EverFi [PDF]

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