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With its pages focused on teaching sexual consent and detailing their activities during the fall semester, the Consent Peer Education Program’s year-end newsletter was released on Thursday.
Read the Newsletter: CPEP Link
The front page touted a “great success” for CPEP’s “16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence”, saying that the group “had great discussions” over “being pro-social bystanders” and survivor supporters.
The newsletter gives several “tips for self-care”, including taking walking breaks, getting a healthy amount of sleep, turning on the tunes for distressing, swiping away social media and snatching some sunshine.
The newsletter’s final page features a large chunk of a Teen Vogue article about sexual consent by Dr. Zhana Vrangalova, a New York City-based researcher, writer and educator.
CPEP is a student-led program that aims to inform and educate students on consent and sexual violence prevention on campus through peer-peer interactions and works to support survivors.
Image of Consent Peer Education Program members from Humber College.