SATC’s New Toolkit Engages Campus Partners in the [respect] Campaign
The Sex Abuse Treatment Center’s (SATC) [respect] campaign educates and empowers all individuals to take action to prevent sexual violence, and has launched a toolkit and training to help make it happen.
An instructional resource, the [respect] toolkit combines a number of interactive, user-friendly educational materials designed to deepen understanding and practice of respectful behaviors. The toolkit gives community partners the knowledge and skills to share information about sexual violence prevention using the campaign messages: Know the line. [respect] the line. Protect the line.
Since launching the toolkit, SATC has trained several partners in Hawai‘i’s colleges and universities, including the University of Hawai‘i and Hawai‘i Pacific University. Those trained have since rolled out [respect] campaigns on their campuses and continue to partner with SATC to provide education to students and campus partners.
Through the use of the resources in the toolkit, SATC hopes to bring community action to preventing sexual violence and building a culture of [respect] in Hawai‘i. For more information about the [respect] campaign, toolkit and training, contact SATC’s Prevention & Education Services at 808-535-7600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Look up #respecthawaii on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for campaign updates and ways to get involved.