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Informational Signage and Resources

April 10, 2024

Practical resources were discussed, with vested interest in finding ways to turn the training’s presentation slide on “sexual harassment vs. mutual flirting” into venue signage or available information to empower patrons to understanding and thus self-identifying their own experiences of harassment.

The discussion also extended to creating and distributing ‘business card’ style printed tools for patrons who identify assault or harassment for after-care, with numbers for SARC and mental health lines.



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