Sexual Respect Education is housed within the Department of Health Education and provides a comprehensive approach to sexual violence prevention using evidence-based public healthy theory and rooting our work in a social justice framework. Sexual Respect Education topics bystander intervention, healthy relationships and healthy sexuality, culture change, and survivor support. The work of Sexual Respect Education ranges from skill-building trainings and workshops; campus-wide initiatives and events; policy review and campus-wide initiatives; resource and information sharing, and oversight of the Peer Advocates For Sexual Respect. Sexual Respect Education is committed to preventing sexual violence; promoting healthy, safe, and consensual interactions; and supporting and advocating for survivors.
Please explore the expandable article menu below for additional information about the services provided by Sexual Respect Education at Amherst College.
For more information, contact the Sexual Respect Educator, Lauren Kelly.
Keefe Health Center 202