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Flinders students confront rape on campus

A recent ABC Four Corners episode, I am that girl, shed light on the tricky nature of consent. Legally, it's not black and white. But Saxon Mullins, who says she was raped, wants it to be. Since her experience five years ago ...

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The other kind of sexual harassment on campus

On-campus sexual assault and harassment was one of the biggest news stories of the year. Yet only students were the focus of the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC)'s inquiry and report on this subject. This doesn't mean university staff are immune to this phenomenon. Indeed, the Weinstein scandal has shifted ...

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Postgrads speak up on sexual assault

Sexual assault and harassment on campus isn’t just the concern of vulnerable first-years. That’s why the Council of Australian Postgraduate Associations (CAPA), the peak body representing over 320,000 postgraduate students, has piped up. They’ve submitted 19 recommendations to the Human Rights Commission, ...

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Fulltime sexual assault counsellor for ANU

Fellatio and rape euphemisms formed the basis of chants at Australian National University's John XXIII College in March 2017. Though four male students were suspended over the incident and compulsory online consent training was introduced, ANU is proving it takes ...

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