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The Respect Program has programming all over campus, within all schools. Below are our most active collaborations and partnerships within Emory, read on to learn about each one, and figure out one (or a few) that sound the most interesting to you!

Alliance for Sexual Assault Prevention (ASAP)  – A student group dedicated to increasing campus education/awareness of sexual violence. ASAP’s signature programs include Take Back The Night, Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM), and Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM).

Greek Initiative – The birth place of “The Talk,” (you know, like the one your parents are supposed to have with you about you-know-what), a provocative discussion run entirely by students about a concept so simple you probably don’t think it takes 90 minutes to discuss. But trust us, you’ll enjoy the talk, and maybe even learn a thing or two. Greek Initiative also includes the Sorority Network (SNLs) and Chapter Chats.

Grads Against Violence (GAV) – A student organization that spans all 8 of Emory’s graduate and professional schools. GAV’s signature programs include a weekly Journal Club on SV Prevention Scholarship and a workshop for grads on how to support a friend who has experienced domestic violence.

Summer Internships – Summer interns participate as a group in a 10 week curriculum, discussing the roots of sexual violence and emerging issues within the field. Each intern is required to complete an individualized project that demonstrates mastery of the material and contributes meaningfully to the campus movement to end violence.

Sexual Assault Peer Advocates (SAPA) – SAPA offers a myriad of ways to get involved with creating a survivor supportive Emory campus. From weekly meetings to advocate trainings, SAPA is our largest student group and has trained over 2,500 students!

Bystander Training: Emory ABS  – A 2-hour workshop which gives you Active Bystander Skills, so that the next time you see something sketchy you don’t just shrug it off, but you step up and do something.

Have an idea for a program we aren’t doing yet? Email respect@emory.edu, we’ve love to grab coffee and get started making your idea Respect’s next project.