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The Office of Survivor Advocacy and Community Education (SACE) is dedicated to empowering survivors, and those connected to survivors, of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and other forms of interpersonal violence through survivor-centered, trauma-informed advocacy services, healing workshops and retreats, trainings, and education programs within the Wesleyan University community.

This mission is in service of a larger vision to empower survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and other forms of interpersonal violence and educate the greater Wesleyan University community about these acts of violence and responding to them in a trauma-informed way.

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Navigating Digital Consent & Boundaries

The Five 5W’s of Digital Consent: topics to explore to ensure safe and consensual digital intimacy by Priya Senecal, MA, LPC (CAPS), Johanna DeBari, MA (SACE Office), and Seirra Fowler, MPH, CHES (WesWell) Want to learn more about the 5Ws? Click here to watch the creators of this infographic unpack each question for navigating digital ... Read moreNavigating Digital Consent & Boundaries

New Title IX Regulations: Support & Solidarity

Hi Everyone, I hope this note finds y’all well and finding opportunities to practice self-care. The Department of Education just released the final Title IX regulations, outlining how schools are required to respond to instances of sexual harassment (including sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking). The documentation provided by the Department of Education is extensive ... Read moreNew Title IX Regulations: Support & Solidarity
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