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Resources and publications

Factsheets for student representatives and advocates

End Rape on Campus Australia has produced a number of free factsheets for student representatives. The factsheets currently available are:

  1. About EROC Australia
    This factsheet outlines who we are and how we can support the work of activists and advocates of sexual assault survivors.
  2. Key skills for advocates
    This factsheet outlines useful skills for building campaigns, demanding change at your university, working with the media and navigating the different institutions involved in this issue.
  3. External reporting mechanisms
    This factsheet outlines four mechanisms external to university-based procedures for reporting incidents of sexual assault or university mishandling of these incidents. (For information about how to report sexual assault within your university, please visit our 'University Policies' page.)

To download PDF copies of these resources, please follow the hyperlinks above. 

If you would like further information or training on any of these issues, click the 'Contact Us' tab above to get in touch and set up a training session.

Report - 'Connecting the dots: Understanding sexual assault in university communities' 

In January 2017, End Rape on Campus Australia produced a submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission’s ‘University Sexual Assault and Harassment’ project. 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.

Download a pdf of the report here