Category Archives: Campus Accountability Project

Chinese Women Defend Their Vaginas

by Rachel Lu Foreign Policy When 17 female students at the Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU), one of China’s most prestigious colleges, posted photographs of themselves holding up messages like “My Vagina Says: I Want Freedom,” they probably didn’t expect … Continue reading

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Smart Move, UC Berkeley!

Cal Consent Campaign Posters Remind You Halloween Costumes Aren’t An Excuse To Be Rapey by Tyler Kingkaide HuffPost A student-driven campaign at the University of California-Berkeley is reminding people on campus that no matter how revealing a Halloween costume might … Continue reading

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SAFER and V-Day Release Report on Campus Sexual Assault Policies in the U.S.

This report is the culmination of over 5 years of V-Day’s attention and commitment to addressing sexual assault on college campuses. 80% Received Grade of C or Lower  Primary Prevention Programming Continues To Represent Critical Area for Growth Nearly One-Third … Continue reading

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