Tag Archives: sexual violence

1 in 3 uni students have been sexually assaulted in their lifetime. They demand action on their vision of a safer society

1 in 3 uni students have been sexually assaulted in their lifetime. They demand action on their vision of a safer society

One in three university students (30.6%) have experienced sexual assault at least once in their lifetime. This is one finding from the 2021 National Student Safety Survey (NSSS) report, released today. The survey responses from 43,819 students enrolled in 38 Australian universities, as well as written responses from 1,835 current and former students, demonstrate the extent […] … learn more→

The Weinsteins of academia can no longer be tolerated

The Weinsteins of academia can no longer be tolerated

The story of endemic institutional abuse – and pervasive cover ups masked as “ignorance” – is not new. It is embedded in institutions that have been established by the privileged and elite. Underpinning the success of these institutions is power and control: the desire either to acquire or maintain it. The Feudal dynamics are the […] … learn more→

The Campus rape culture protects sportsball

The Campus rape culture protects sportsball

Time and again I’ve covered how the kangaroo campus court system, incredibly vulnerable to corruption, has been corrupted. The vast bulk of the time when I’ve detailed what goes on in this grotesque simulacrum of a legitimate court system, I’ve shown how corrupt administration uses this system in one of two ways. The first way […] … learn more→

Time for a sexual-climate change

As more sexual-violence incidents at colleges across the country come to light, the need to understand campus sexual cultures becomes increasingly important. The University of Virginia is now under scrutiny for its handling of sexual-violence cases, revealed in an investigative report in Rolling Stone magazine. Administrators at UVa and elsewhere might lean heavily on the […] … learn more→

Innovative justice responses to sexual violence needed

Victims of sexual violence need more than legal reform in seeking justice, according to a Griffith University study. They need \”visionary change\” in policy perspectives. \”Conventional and Innovative Justice Responses to Sexual Violence\” by Professor Kathleen Daly, from the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, reveals that despite 30 years of sexual violence law reform, […] … learn more→