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NEWS - 1 August 2017
How does your university compare?

All 39 Australian universities today received campus-specific reports on sexual assault and harassment from the Australian Human Rights Commission. End Rape on Campus Australia has pulled key statistics these 39 reports - download the statistics here and see how your university compares. 

NEWS - 29 July 2017
#EndRapeOnCampus Photo Campaign

As the Australian Human Rights Commission releases the results of their survey into sexual assault at Australian universities, students and survivors deserve the opportunity to be heard from directly. End Rape on Campus Australia is asking our supporters to stand with us and share their messages of support for survivors. Through this photo campaign, we aim to make visible the amazing community that supports the work of advocates and activists in eradicating sexual assault.

View the campaign here, and join in - send your own message of support to survivors on Facebook and Twitter, using the hashtag #EndRapeOnCampus.

FAQ about upcoming 1800 support hotline for students

Recently, it was announced that a new 1800 hotline will be provided for people who have experienced sexual assault within university communities. This service will be provided by Rape & Domestic Violence Services Australia, and will be available from August 1, 2017. 

Find EROC Australia's responses to Frequently Asked Questions about this service here.

NEWS - 21 June 2017


End Rape on Campus Australia is calling on universities around the country to put in place critical support services to prepare for the impact of the AHRC's final report, due out 1 August.

Read our letter to universities here, and check out coverage in The Guardian and at

If you are a student or staff member and think that your university should be doing more to support survivors, email your Vice Chancellor letting them know, and asking them to implement EROC Australia's 5 points in the letter above.

Survivors deserve quality, evidence-based, trauma-specialist services - nothing more and nothing less.

EROC Australia calls for national 1800 hotline for survivors of sexual assault at universities

NEWS - 17 May 2017

EROC Australia is joining with sexual assault advocate, Nina Funnell, and the National Union of Students (NUS) to call for the establishment of a National 1800 24/7 Hotline to be run by Rape and Domestic Violence Services Australia (RDVSA), who are the peak body in sexual assault telephone counselling. We believe that Universities Australia should be responsible for funding this initiative. RDVSA has estimated that a national 24/7 service would cost approximately $1.3 million per annum.

Read the one page call for the hotline here and the letter in support by Jenny Aitcheson, MP for Maitland, here

As reported in the Sydney Morning Herald on Wednesday 17 May

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EROC Australia launches new report
'Connecting the dots: Understanding sexual assault in university communities'

EROC Australia has released a major report into sexual assault in Australian university communities. The report, titled “Connecting the dots: understanding sexual assault in university communities”, is the product of our extensive advocacy work with survivors and their supporters. The submission provides detailed analysis of the problem of sexual violence in Australian educational communities, and includes a comprehensive suite of recommendations for change at the level of individual universities, as well as at state and federal government levels.

To download a PDF copy of the report, click here.

Check out media coverage of the report in the Sydney Morning Herald, The Guardian, Women's AgendaThe Feed on SBS and ABC Online

'University reputation and income should not take priority over the wellbeing and safety of students, and processes that retraumatise rape victims or deter reporting are only protecting and enabling offenders.

As one victim from Wollongong University said: "Make no mistake, I consider the events of my sexual assault and this university's response to be equally despicable. There is a shocking correlation between someone not listening to you say 'stop' and an organisation not listening to you scream 'help'."'

- Nina Funnell in the Sydney Morning Herald, 27 February 2017

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