Looking to request a training? Please visit our "Prevention Efforts" tab to see a list of programs offered through GVPI.
There are a number of student organizations on campus for those interested in prevention work, including the following groups:
Sexual Harassment Assault Prevention and Education
Duke University’s student-led movement to dismantle the culture of sexual assault and harassment on campus #SHAPEUpDuke. Learn more and get involved with SHAPE here.
Team One Love Duke
Duke University's student-led effort to create a campus culture with healthy relationships at its foundation. Utilizing a peer-to-peer model Team One Love aims to give every Duke student the tools they need to spot and mitigate unhealthy behaviors in their relationships.
Learn more about the mission of Team One Love Duke and The One Love Foundation (national) here.
Peer Advocacy for Sexual Health
A Duke student-led effort to provide Duke students with sexual health resources. This includes: providing students with safer sex supplies, fostering open conversations on sexual pleasure as an integral part of sexual health, connecting students with trained faculty and staff on campus that specialize in various aspects of sexual health, and encouraging peer-to-peer discourse on sexual health among the Duke student community.
Learn more about PASH's events here.
Partnerships With Staff
Students may also request to join the Sexual Assault Impact and Listening committee (SAIL), a student-administrator committee committed to increasing transparency and including student voices. If you or your group is interested in being represented at SAIL, email GVPI@duke.edu or email@example.com.
Duke Law Coalition Against Gendered Violence
Our mission is threefold: 1) to raise awareness in the Duke Law community about domestic violence and sexual assault; 2) to foster student advocacy on behalf of domestic violence and sexual assault survivors; and 3) to identify gaps in services available to domestic violence and sexual assault victims in the Triangle area and develop projects to fill those gaps. Co-Chairs: Analese Bridges and Cat Gorey.