Committee on Assault Response and Educational Strategies
End Rape on Campus provides a variety of resources for survivors of campus sexual violence. It offers direct support by connecting survivors to mental health professionals and attorneys. It also helps students advocate for policy changes on the campus, local, state, and federal levels. Finally, the organization supplies educational resources for students, faculty, and staff on sexual harassment prevention.
The first organization of its kind in academia, Faculty Against Rape (FAR) was created by faculty for faculty facing sexual harassment, sexual violence, and retaliation on campuses throughout the country. Through its network of attorneys and media contacts, FAR provides individual faculty members with strategic solutions and unparalleled support. As a result, FAR has played a highly impactful behind-the-scenes role in some of the most high profile campus harassment cases today.
A youth-led organization, Know Your Title IX educates students about gender discrimination and sexual harassment, advocates for change at the campus, state and federal levels, and offers a wealth of resources for survivors of abusive relationships, sexual harassment, and sexual assault. This page also offers a link for advocates and activists struggling with burnout.
An organization created to mobilize men in the effort to end violence against women, Men Can Stop Rape also provides resources for male victims of sexual violence and harassment.
RAINN offers a hotline (800-656-HOPE ) that offers emergency assistance with survivors of sexual assault and provides information about sexual violence for allies, advocates, and policymakers.
As one of the first global organizations to combat sexual violence, Take Back the Night has raised awareness and advocated for change by regularly hosting protests, marches, and vigils each year. Its website also offers resources for survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault.