NAICU Washington Update

Culture of Respect Seeks to Help Campuses Prevent Sexual Assault

October 29, 2014

Earlier this month, Culture of Respect, a nonprofit established to help colleges and universities strengthen their prevention efforts related to sexual assault on campus, launched with the introduction of a new website ( According to the organization, Culture of Respect is designed to assist all constituents and stakeholders at colleges and universities by providing resources to support campus-based efforts to address sexual assault by providing research, information, and programs and strategies for prevention, response, adjudication, and policy.

A key resource offered by Culture of Respect is the CORE (Culture of Respect Engagement) Blueprint, which contains numerous strategies that institutions can use to guide the design of or updates to their sexual assault prevention and response initiatives.

For more information about Culture of Respect and the CORE Blueprint, visit Representatives from Culture of Respect will be presenting information about their work during NAICU’s Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, on February 3 from 8:00 – 8:45 a.m.

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