One of the most important ways we can work toward a campus community free of sex discrimination and sexual harassment is by turning our focus to prevention. Prevention means focusing up-stream and addressing the causes of discrimination. We know that true culture change can only be achieved by addressing the patterns, beliefs and behaviors that are at the root of sexual violence.
The Title IX Office implements and supports prevention strategies through training and education efforts, and supporting prevention programming by campus partners and student organizations.
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Not On My Campus is a student-led movement to end the silence surrounding sexual assault and create a safe environment for all students at Texas through peer education programming.
A program of Texas Blazers, Men Can End aims to be visible allies on campus against gender-based violence, and offers opportunities for men to get connected with gender-based violence prevention.
BeVocal is a university-wide initiative to promote the idea that individual Longhorns have the power to prevent high-risk behavior and harm by recognizing a potentially harmful situation or interaction and choosing to respond in a way that could positively influence the outcome.
The Interpersonal Violence Peer Supporters are a group of trained undergraduate and graduate students who offer peer-based support to students who have been impacted by interpersonal violence.