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Interpersonal Violence and COVID-19

While we adjust to COVID-19, public health officials have repeatedly issued the same important message: stay at home. Staying home and limiting contact with others reduces the likelihood of spreading COVID-19. This is especially important for vulnerable populations.

But what if home isn’t a safe place to be?

What about people who must shelter in place at home with an abusive partner?

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Conversations on Consent: In the Fight

Members of the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Student Group (#RSVPatUGA) at the University of Georgia sat down with students across campus to talk about consent. Here is what Simran Jadavji (she/her/hers) and Josh Dunn (he/him/his), In The Fight Executive Board Members, had to say…

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Who Should I Talk To?

Sexual Assault Resources at UGA: Confidential vs. Non-Confidential

No one should ever have to experience sexual assault, but it does happen. And it can be incredibly difficult to deal with your everyday life and the trauma afterwards.

It can also be difficult to navigate the different resources that are available on campus at the University of Georgia. An important first step is to know who you can speak to confidentially, as the majority of faculty and staff on campus are required to report information about sexual assault to University officials.

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