Any University of Oxford student who identifies with the demographic of this Campaign is free to join. This gives you the right to vote in the Campaign's Elections.
Tasha Lovel and Timea Iliffe
Lights on Merton Street are set to be fixed shortly, after working with the SU and the council.
It Happen Here is an anti-sexual violence campaign associated with Oxford SU.
Our campaign is dedicated to moving towards a society free from sexual violence and we do this through education, support, advocacy and outreach. We prioritise survivors and place an emphasis on amplifying their voices.
We aim to create a culture of consent through: the eradication of rape culture, consent workshops, policy changes, support and resources.
Anyone can be a survivor or a perpetrator of sexual violence. People of all genders, sexual orientations, races, cultures, religions. Undergraduates, postgraduates, university staff. Anyone.
We believe that it’s time for all of us to join together and say that sexual violence will not be tolerated in our community.
It Happens Here, but here is where we come together to end it.
If you have been affected by sexual violence, you can find details of University, local and national resources and support services on this webpage
13 Nov 2017
The following document includes information about: In college support, University support, Local support, National support, Domestic Violence support , Contacting a SARC (sexual assault referral centre), Contacting the police and evidence collection, and getting medical attention
The following document provides you with some general advice about how best to support a survivor
21 Nov 2017
This document highlights the campaign objectives for It Happens Here and the ways in which we try to reach these objectives through education, support, advocacy and outreach projects